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Community Services

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Get involved with your community! Participate in our Drop-by-Drop Landscape Rebate program and do your part to conserve water, start a garden in your own plot at the Community Gardens, sign up for the Adopt-A-Trail program and help keep our parks and green spaces beautiful, or become a vendor at the Pfarmers Market. We can also help with any mandatory volunteer hours or Eagle Scout projects.

Contact: Eddie Garcia, Community Services Coordinator, by email at or by phone at 512-990-6350

Drop-by-Drop Landscape Rebate Program

The Drop-by-Drop Landscaping Rebate Program offers up to $500 to Pflugerville residents and water customers for landscaping improvements meeting the program guidelines.

The Drop-by-Drop Rebate program promotes easy, efficient, economic and environmentally sound water use and conservation as when native plant species, properly planted and mulched, create low-maintenance landscapes.

Download the Drop by Drop Program Application


The Adopt-A-Trail program encourages families, neighborhoods, community or civic groups, businesses, youth groups, schools and individuals to get involved in the beautification of the trails system, by allowing partners to adopt sections of trail corridor. These civic partnerships allow citizens to take pride in their community and help keep the costs of litter collection under control.

Download the Adopt-A-Trail Application

Community Gardens

The Pecan Street Community Gardens are located next to the baseball fields in Travis County NE Metro Park, 15500 Sun Light Near Way. Submit an application to reserve your plot.

Download the Community Gardens Application and Guidelines

Pfarmers Market

The Pfarmers Market brings fresh, locally grown and prepared foods to the Pflugerville community. Vendors sell a variety of produce including tomatoes, cucumbers, beans, squash, okra, garlic, melons, peaches, and grapes; artisan baked goods; honey; flowers; eggs; free-range meats; jarred salsas, pickles and jams; fruits and plants. 

Craft items are often available for purchase, and live music is on site on selected dates.

Cash is preferred. Credit card purchases depend on the vendor's capability. Some of the vendors accept WIC vouchers.

Interested in being a vendor? Download the Vendor Application and view the By-Laws. Contact Market Coordinator, Eddie Garcia by phone at 512-990-6360 or by email at for more information.

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