The health and safety of Cedar Park residents and visitors are top priority to Cedar Park Fun. We encourage everybody, including travelers, to follow health and safety guidelines issued by the CDC and exercise healthy travel habits.
Governor Greg Abbott has issued Executive Order 29 requiring all Texans to wear a face covering over the nose and mouth in public spaces, with few exceptions, in counties with 20 or more positive COVID-19 cases. Open Texas checklists are now updated consistent with this order.
The Governor also issued a proclamation giving mayors and county judges the ability to impose restrictions on some outdoor gatherings of over 10.
Revised October 4, 2020:
Governor Greg Abbott today issued an Executive Order to open bars and similar establishments at up to 50% capacity in conjunction with county officials. In hospital regions with low COVID-19 hospitalizations, County Judges will be able to opt their county into opening bars beginning October 14th, provided they assist in enforcing health protocols. The Governor’s Executive Order also increases the occupancy levels for all business establishments other than bars to 75%.
For details and a full list of guidelines, openings, and relevant dates, visit open.texas.gov.
Cedar Park Restaurant Update
Most Cedar Park restaurants have re-opened, but they may have different hours of operation, limited dine-in capacity, and updated safety procedures. Restaurants are still offering curbside, to-go and delivery options. Please check with the individual businesses to directly to confirm. Read about cedar park restaurant updates here
Cedar Park Hotels
Cedar Park hotels are open an accepting guests but with increased sanitation procedures in place. Some amenities may be unavailable to protect the health of visitors – such as a gym or buffet dining areas, etc. Please check with the individual hotel directly for more information. Read about cedar park hotel updates here
Splash Shack, Cedar Park’s first indoor water park has reopened. To purchase tickets and to read about their COVID-19 health & safety measures, visit splashshacktx.com
The Austin Steam Train Association
The Austin Steam Train Association has reopened for vintage train rides. The steam train office will be open every Friday from 10am-2pm for in-person assistance. The office will also be open one hour prior to each train departure. To purchase tickets and to read about their COVID-19 health & safety measures, visit austinsteamtrain.org
Lake Travis Zipline Adventures
Lake Travis Zipline Adventures has reopened. To purchase tickets and to read about their COVID-19 health & safety measures, visit ziplaketravis.com
In-Store Shopping Hours: Wednesday, 10am-5pm & Thursday – Saturday, 10am -6pm
Curbside pickup is also available Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday from 11am – 2pm. Call (512) 456-0008 to place an order on anything you see on their social media or shop online 24/7 at www.beaukisses.com
Grit & Grace Boutique
In-Store shopping Hours: Tuesday – Saturday, 10am – 5pm
Curbside pick up will continue to be available during business hours. Go to gritandgraceboutique.com to shop online or call (512) 852-8602
Honey & Hay Home
Open Monday – Saturday from 10am-5pm. Or you can shop online at www.honeyandhay.com
Ruby Keys Boutique
In-Store shopping Hours: Tuesday – Saturday 11am-5pm. Check out their Facebook Page for more information.
Titan Moon Comics
Shop is open to the public Monday – Sunday 11AM-6PM. Offering curbside pickup of your favorite comics. G to titanmooncomics.com for more information.
1890 Ranch Shopping Center
Cinemark Movie Theater is temporarily closed, but working on a mid-summer reopening.
Several Tenants may have limited services following state guidelines. Go to www.shop1890ranch.com for a directory list.
The Parke Shopping Center
Several tenants may different hours or limited services following state guidelines. Go to www.shopattheparke.com for a directory list.
H-E-B Center at Cedar Park
Message from H-E-B Center: We care greatly about our community’s health and safety. We have and will continue to reach out to our guests with event status updates. Any event updates will also continue to be posted at hebcenter.com
POSTPONED EVENTS – All tickets with the original event dates will be valid for the new show date. For further questions, please contact the H-E-B Center box office at 512-600-5001 (leave a voicemail and your call will be returned within 24 hours).
CANCELLED EVENTS – Refunds are available at point of purchase. Credit card purchasers through Ticketmaster.com will receive automatic refunds. Box office purchasers must return to the H-E-B Center box office to receive a refund. For ticketing questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call (512) 600-5001
CITY OF CEDAR PARK – park amenities, library and city lobbies update
The City of Cedar Park is implementing a phased approach to City facilities and amenities.
- Visit the Cedar Park Parks and Recreation website for more information or call (512) 401-5500 with any questions
- Visit the Cedar Park Library online for more information or call (512) 401-5600 with any questions
For the latest updates, resources and general information on COVID-19. Please visit our HEALTH & SAFETY PAGE