Community Affairs

Leander – Round Rock 138-kv LCRA Transmission Line

The LCRA project has completed the public notification phase and will enter the PUC (Public Utility Commission) application phase in the April/May 2016 timeframe. This phase is important to the community as the LCRA will propose 6 or 8 possible routes to connect the Round Rock station (near Sam Bass Road and I35) to the Leander stations. This process could take up to 12 months to complete.

Many communities, including Brushy Bend Park have provided feedback on routes that would potentially impact their neighborhood. The Cities of Round Rock, Cedar Park and Leander have also documented their preferred routing.

The LCRA has set 2019 as a completion date for the project.

Brian Wickman
Brushy Bend Park POA

Projects in our Area – February 2016 Update

  • 1431 – Intersection work continues on 1431 at Parmer Lane
  • The LCRA is proposing a large transmission line project that could potentially run the length of the Brushy Creek Corridor.  If the Brushy Creek/Hairy Man Road route is chosen, this Project will decimate huge portions of Brushy Creek Trail with 140 foot tall towers and 100 foot wide clear-cut easements beneath. More Information
  • Sale of BBP Water distribution system from MC MUD to Aquos continues.  Deal could be finalized at the end of 2016.

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