Anderson Mill is a great community with lots of local conveniences. Its prime Northwest Austin location puts it in close proximity to Round Rock, Cedar Park, Leander, and other nearby communities, so you can enjoy exploring a wide variety of local shops and restaurants. Homes in this Northwest Austin neighborhood are surrounded by 60 acres of lush parkland. You can take a stroll or a ride along several miles of hike and bike trails, admiring the scenery and replenishing your spirit after a hard day. The Anderson Mill Neighborhood Association makes a special effort to keep the community safe, clean, and enjoyable.
This family-friendly Austin community offers access to the great schools in the Round Rock ISD. Kids will attend Purple Sage or Spicewood Elementary, Deer Park middle school, and McNeil High School.
You’ll find endless fun in Anderson Mill. For starters, check out the Anderson Mill and El Salido Pools, which even has a fitness center. Enjoy a game of tennis at one of this Austin community’s four lighted courts or hit any of the seven public parks for more family playtime.
Homes in this Northwest Austin neighborhood offer a range of sizes and prices to fit most budgets. With homes ranging from the $350's to the high 950's. Homes for 1,500 square foot and up, there is sure to be a home to fit your needs!
Limited Utility District
Anderson Mill Limited District was created 12/31/2008 at 12:01 AM as part of the Strategic Partnership Agreement (Tx. Local Govt. Code, Sec 43.0751) signed in 1998, and amended in 2004, between the City of Austin and the Anderson Mill Municipal Utility District. This agreement's goal was to allow for a relatively smooth transition into the inevitable annexation of Anderson Mill by the City of Austin. Copies of these documents are available on this site on the Limited District page. The Limited District was ratified and given taxing authority by an election of the voters in the District on May 9, 2009.
The District is governed by a Board of Directors who are elected by the residents and who must be residents of the District. There are 5 directors, elected to four (4) year terms. The terms are staggered with 2 or 3 positions on the Board elected every 2 years. Elections are held on the first Saturday in May every two years.
Anderson Mill is a community of approximately 11,000 residents. The Limited District's mission is to provide quality, safe and accessible recreation programs, facilities and parks that meet the leisure service needs of Anderson Mill.