Convenient Country Living
Located north of Austin, along the IH35 corridor, this thriving community boasts an award-winning school district in a more relaxed environment, away from the hustle-bustle of the big city. Residents are drawn to affordable homes and land just a stone’s throw away from the busy Austin metropolitan region. Jarrell is also within minutes from neighboring historic Hill Country towns with popular bed and breakfasts and boutiques.
Real Estate Market Data
The data used in these reports come from the Texas REALTOR® Data Relevance Project, a partnership among Texas REALTORS® and local REALTOR® associations throughout the state. Analysis provided through a research agreement with the Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University
2020 Q4 Jarrell (76537) Market Statistics
Months of Inventory
0.8 Months (Seller’s Market)
Less than six months = Seller’s Market | More than six months = Buyer’s Market
Days on Market
Days to Close
Area Codes: 512 & 737
Mayor: Larry Bush
888.313.6862 Oncor • https://www.oncor.com/SitePages/ForHome.aspx
512.746.4593 City of Jarrell • https://www.cityofjarrell.com/departments/utilities/
888.286.6700 Atmos Energy • https://atmosenergy.com/
512.778.5449 Al Clawson Disposal, Inc. • https://www.clawsondisposal.com/services/residential
800.288.2020 AT&T/DirecTV • https://www.att.com/
855.885.7714 Spectrum • https://official.spectrum.com/
877.694.9474 Suddenlink • https://www.suddenlink.com/
855.707.2579 Dish Network • http://dish.com/
512.257.1077 Western Broadband • http://www.westernbroadband.com/
Jarrell Texas Web Page
512.746.4593 • https://www.cityofjarrell.com/
Chamber of Commerce
512.930.3535 • http://www.jarrellcoc.com/
Jarrell Independent School District
“Jarrell ISD is located in northern Williamson County. The mascot is The Cougars. It has four campuses: Jarrell High School, Jarrell Middle School, Igo Elementary School and Jarrell Elementary. The district is home to more than 2,060 students and is expected to average 9.4 percent growth for the next 10 years.”
108 E AVE F, Jarrell, 76537
512.746.2518 • http://jarrellisd.org/ • Map
ACC – Round Rock
“ACC Round Rock is spacious and bright. Located off University Boulevard, this campus is a vital part of the city of Round Rock’s higher education district. In 2018, a new building was added and renovations were made to accommodate the growing student body.
At ACC Round Rock, you can take general education courses intended for university transfer or choose from a variety of career-technical classes like welding, construction, and automotive technology. This campus also offers several health sciences degrees including nursing, sonography, radiology, and more.
Students at ACC Round Rock have access to academic advising, a Testing Center, Cashier Office, career counseling, and more. This campus also features the state-of-the-art ACCelerator, an interactive learning hub, offering innovative classes.
Find out what classes are offered on this campus. View Course Schedule under “Campuses”.”
4400 College Park DR, Round Rock, TX 78665
512.223.0000 • https://www.austincc.edu/campuses/round-rock-campus • Map
“At Southwestern University, you are not simply the passive consumer of current knowledge; you are an active participant in the creation of new knowledge. The Southwestern Experience is designed to develop the intellectual practices necessary to enhance your ability to explore regions of original thought and creative expression.
The world is changing—and at an accelerating pace. In a 21st-century career, you will be required to advance the frontiers of knowledge, adapt quickly to change, problem-solve new and complex challenges, and anticipate what’s next.
We’ve created an experience that prepares you for these new realities. Combining our flexible curriculum, the development of modern ways of thinking, and real-world experience, SU will equip you with the skills required to adapt, create, collaborate, and view challenges from multiple perspectives. These skills represent a valuable piece of a much broader, more relevant education for the tomorrow that awaits you.”
Texas State University – Round Rock
“Texas State University Round Rock Campus (RRC) is Texas State University’s campus in Round Rock, Texas.
The Round Rock Campus offers the junior and senior level classes to complete a bachelor’s degree in 12 programs as well as 16 graduate degrees, post baccalaureate certification and continuing education programs. Students can complete their first two years (freshman and sophomore level classes) at the Texas State University San Marcos Campus, any community college, or transfer to the RRC from another school. Courses at the RRC are offered at convenient times close to where students live and work. Students who complete their degree requirements at the Round Rock Campus earn their degrees from Texas State University.
You can find more complete information about Texas State University Round Rock Campus on our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) page.”
Healthcare and Community Services
St. David’s Georgetown Hospital
“St. David’s Georgetown Hospital is part of St. David’s HealthCare—one of the largest health systems in Texas. Patients who choose us for their care benefit from a wide range of specialty services, including 24-hour emergency care, a Level IV Trauma Center, Neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) and an accredited Chest Pain Center.
Additionally, our hospital has also received an “A” from The Leapfrog Group’s Fall 2019 Hospital Safety Grades. The designation recognizes our efforts to safeguard patients and provide high-quality healthcare.”
2000 Scenic DR, Georgetown, TX 78626
512.943.3000 • https://stdavids.com/locations/st-davids-georgetown-hospital • Map
Georgetown Behavioral Health Institute (Psychiatric Programs & Substance Abuse)
“Georgetown Behavioral Health Institute (GBHI) is a 118-bed acute care psychiatric hospital offering comprehensive mental healthcare programs and services in Georgetown for adults, teens, and seniors. In addition to offering inpatient acute care services, we provide outpatient programs that help support patients as they discharge or as an alternative to hospitalization. Our hospital provides a safe environment staffed by caring and highly educated professionals where we support a person-centered treatment program that promotes stabilization and healing.”
Rock Springs Hospital (Psychiatric Programs & Substance Abuse)
“It takes courage to ask for help.
We’re here to support you on your journey to recovery and wellness, wherever you may be along that journey. Our team of physicians, therapists and clinicians will work together to provide the mental health services best suited to meet your specific needs and goals — today and in the future.
Nearly everyone has some experience with mental illness. Whether you’re seeking treatment for yourself or someone you love, we offer help and hope.
Substance Abuse Programs
Whether you or someone you love struggles with substance abuse, treatment can be life-changing. And life-saving.
Substance abuse is a difficult and dangerous illness that affects millions in the United States – not only people who are addicted but also their family and friends. Every story of substance abuse is different. So, each individual’s addiction treatment should be different, too.
At our Austin, TX-area facilities, you’ll be treated as a person, not an addict. We offer medically supervised detox to help you get off drugs or alcohol, and both inpatient and outpatient therapy to help you stay sober. Our beautiful facilities provide a safe and welcoming environment where you can focus on recovery. If you choose treatment with us, you’ll work with a team of physicians, therapists, clinicians, and other specialists who will create a treatment plan specific to your needs and goals.”
First 3 Years
“Mission Statement: We educate, advocate, and collaborate to advance the healthy development of infants, toddlers, and their families.”
972.310.4097 • https://first3yearstx.org/austin-chapter-meetings/
Texas Health and Human Services
“From the headquarters in Austin to eligibility offices in the Rio Grande Valley to laboratories in the Panhandle, Health and Human Services employees are there to respond to the needs of Texans.
The professionals that staff health and human services agencies across the state are ready and willing to assist people who need services, contractors who provide them and anyone with questions about the services we provide. While the headquarters offices are located in Austin, there are offices across the state that serve Texans.”
Phone: Dial “211” • http://hhs.texas.gov/
Texas Department of Family and Protective Services
“The Texas Department of Family and Protective Services (DFPS) works with communities to promote safe and healthy families and protect children and vulnerable adults from abuse, neglect, and exploitation. We do this through investigations, services and referrals, and prevention programs.
DFPS has five major programs that do this important work:
Adult Protective Services • Protects the elderly and people with disabilities from abuse, neglect, and exploitation through investigations and services.
Child Protective Services • Protects children from abuse and neglect through services, foster care, and adoption.
Child Protective Investigations • Investigates reports of child abuse or neglect to determine if any child in the family has been abused or neglected. If the children aren’t safe, the investigator starts protective services.
Prevention and Early Intervention • Manages community-based programs that prevent juvenile delinquency and child abuse and neglect.
Statewide Intake • Takes reports of abuse, neglect, and exploitation from across the state through its Texas Abuse Hotline (1-800-252-5400) and through the website TxAbuseHotline.org 24-hours a day, every day of the year.
Call the Texas Abuse Hotline if you suspect that a child or adult who is elderly or has disabilities is being abused, neglected, or exploited.”
800-252-5400 • http://www.dfps.state.tx.us/
Can be found on our related blog post under Williamson County.
Arts, Sports, and Recreation
City of Jarrell Memorial Park
The Jarrell Memorial Park Community Center is located at:
Bark Park is the City of Georgetown’s first public off-leash dog park. Located adjacent to the McMaster Complex, and situated on approximately 6 acres, Bark Park features separate areas for small dogs (under 30 pounds) and large dogs.
Bark Park is located in a beautiful pecan grove providing significant shade for dogs and their owners alike. There is parking available as well as water fountains, trash containers and agility equipment for owners and their dogs. Be sure to locate, read, and understand the Rules for Use posted at the park for an enjoyable visit to Bark Park for yourself, your dog, and your neighbors.”
Berry Springs Park and Preserve
“Berry Springs Park and Preserve is utilized for passive recreational uses including camping, hiking, and fishing. To learn more, please view Berry Springs’ rules and regulations. The park features a 2.5-mile hike/bike trail that will eventually connect to Georgetown Parks and Recreation trails. Berry Springs Park and Preserve was voted “The Best Kept Secret” in the 2010 “The Best of Georgetown” contest. The park was also recognized for its outstanding trails and picnic facilities. The 2010 winners were selected by citizens, visitors, and businesses.”
1801 Co Rd 152, Georgetown, TX 78626
Blue Hole Park
“Blue Hole Park is a scenic lagoon bordered by limestone bluffs along the South Fork of the San Gabriel River. It is located five blocks north of the downtown Square along N. Austin Avenue. The park features picnic areas, restrooms, and wading areas. There is no entry fee to access Blue Hole Park. Equipment rentals are not offered.”
Booty’s Road Park
“The Booty’s Park Pavilion has 17 – 6 ft. picnic tables, 20 amp electric plugs, water spigots, and grills. Booty’s Road Park amenities include restrooms and access to trails.”
“Chatauqua (shuh·taa·kwuh) Park has a large playground and restrooms, along with a basketball court and a pavilion that may be rented for events. A section of the hike and bike trail extending from University Avenue north to Blue Hole Park parallels Scenic Drive and goes through Chautauqua Park.”
“The City of Georgetown Parks and Recreation Department identified the need to replace a beloved community-built play structure in the city’s signature park several years ago due to its age and deterioration. The previous structure was built in 1993 with over 800 volunteers and over the last 20 years had become a fixture of the community. Staff began the formal planning process in the spring of 2013 with the assistance of Baker|Aicklen and Associates. It was clear from the beginning that the new play area must be special due to the popularity of the old structure.”
Downtown Splash Pad
Located next to the Art Center, the Downtown Splash Pad is a beautiful brick courtyard with water jets erupting from the ground! Unstaffed and free to the public.”
The Village of Salado community park. A beautiful setting for that family reunion, wedding celebration, or any gathering. Covered pavilion with power available. Visit the Village web site at villageofsalado.org.”
“Paved parking is provided at the entry of the park, off Green Slope Lane. Other park amenities include picnic tables, grills, a basket court and a playground.
The Pinnacle Park 9-hole disc golf course was professionally designed and completed in 2008. There is a course map sign located at hole #1, each tee is numbered, and the tee boxes are decomposed granite.”
River Ridge Pool
“The River Ridge Pool is located in the River Ridge subdivision off Leander Road. It has a four feet deep larger shallow area and a smaller, 10 feet deep area.”
“There is a large Tree House playground for the kids and fishing is permitted in the pond. The City of Georgetown Hike and Bike Trail and the 18-hole Disc Golf Course are also accessible at this park.”
San Gabriel Park
“Meandering right through the heart of Georgetown are the North Fork and the South Fork of the San Gabriel River. Along the banks of the San Gabriel River where the two forks meet, between the river and Austin Avenue, you’ll find one of the most beautiful parks in the state of Texas.
San Gabriel Park was designated a Lone Star Legacy Park by the Texas Recreation & Parks Society in March 2012. San Gabriel Park is one of only nine parks in Texas to be awarded this designation in its inaugural year. These parks were chosen for their historical prominence within their communities and the state by providing natural respite and social interaction as those communities were founded, developed, and prospered.
San Gabriel Park is graced with 200-year-old oak trees that offer shady spots for family picnics. The 180-acre park also provides space for concerts and festivals, as well as fields for soccer, football, lacrosse and baseball.
A hike and bike trail goes through the park, including a 1.6-mile loop in the park and other segments that connect to Blue Hole Park, Rivery Park, Chautauqua Park, and all the way to Lake Georgetown. View our interactive parks and trails map. There is also a 9-hole disc golf course at the north end of the park.”
San Jose Park & Splash Pad
“The San Jose Park Pavilion has 3 – 8ft. picnic tables and grill with access to the playground, basketball slab and restrooms. It also has access to the splash pad which is operational daily April 1 through Sept. 30, 9 a.m.-8 p.m.”
“The skate park is located in San Gabriel Park behind the Georgetown Community Center.”
“Softball Fields. Rent the VFW Park softball fields“
“The Village Pool is located in the Georgetown Village subdivision. The main pool is 4-5 feet deep and the baby pool is 6 inches-1.5 feet deep.”
Williams Drive Pool
“The Williams Drive Pool is the largest City of Georgetown pool. It has a length of 50 meters and can be divided into eight lanes. The pool is four feet deep overall, with a 12 feet deep diving well.
3201 Williams DR, Georgetown, TX 78628″
Wolf Ranch Farmer’s Market
“The weekly Saturday morning farmers market at Wolf Ranch Town Center in Georgetown. WRFM Community LLC was established in Williamson County Texas to provide a market for our local farmers and food producers. Held on Saturday mornings.”
The Vineyard at Florence
Food & Drink
“Italian inspired with a Texas twist. An ever-changing menu based on fresh, regional and seasonal ingredients. Perfectly matched with the best wines of Texas and from further afield.”
“Seamless service, unique locations, mouth-watering food and wine, creating everlasting memories.”
A Real Working Winery
“A working Winery, imagine an exceptional event between the barrels, join the Wine Club, and experience never-ending happiness.”
“At Georgetown Winery, we only feature our own exclusive wines made and produced from Texas and California grapes at the right stage of ripeness, aged to perfection and bottled in limited lots. We carry a range of wines from light to intense, soft to powerful, whites, sweets, and reds, all fascinating, noteworthy, and award-winning. Our wines are made at our 2nd Winery in Liberty Hill Texas at the Thirsty Mule Winery.”
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