The Barton Creek Greenbelt will be closed until early next week. Staff report flooding in the greenbelt and persons are encourage to stay away from the greenbelt until flooding subsides and trail conditions return to normal. A media advisory will be distributed as soon as staff determine a re-opening date for the Barton Creek Greenbelt.
The Austin Parks and Recreation Department Aquatic Division has closed Barton Springs Pool due to flooding. Once the flooding stops staff will clean the pool of debris, silt and assess conditions at the pool.
Williamson County has released the following:
The Williamson County Unified Road System announces the following roads are closed due to high water as of 3:30 p.m.
CR 176, CR 174, CR 258, CR 305, CR 272, CR 177, CR 174 from Great Oaks to Round Rock city limits, CR 123, CR 152, CR 100, CR 328, CR 347, CR 348, CR 366, CR 132, CR 337, CR 456, CR 471, Little and Big Mankins.
Williamson County Parks and Recreation announces that Berry Springs Park and Preserve, Champion Park and Twin Lakes Park will be closed due to flood damage.
The city of Cedar Park has released the following:
A portion of Riviera Subdivision is inaccessible due to high water. Currently various sections of E. Riivera Drive is closed.
Hwy 183 is open.
East Whitestone Closed
Westbound at Vista Ridge Blvd.
Eastbound at Spanish Oak Creek (2000 Blk East Whitestone)
All Brushy Creek Parks Closed.
Brushy Creek Road just East of Parmer Closed.
Hays County officials have released the following:
Hays County has closed its parks at Five Mile Dam on the Blanco River near San Marcos to ensure public health and safety. Parks Director Jerry Pinnix said that high, fast-running water filled with debris such as logs and the potential for higher bacteria counts due to runoff make the area unsafe for visitors. The parks will remain closed until further notice.