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When were prices and availability in Pflugerville, TX last updated?

Prices and availability in Pflugerville, TX were last updated on 17 Sep 2021.

What are the best apartments in Pflugerville, TX?

The best apartments in Pflugerville, TX are: The Emerson, Wells Junction, Century Stone Hill North, The Vineyard and Legacy.

What is the average rent in Pflugerville, TX?

The average rent in Pflugerville, TX is $1,405. Start your search for apartments in Pflugerville, TX now.

What is the price range for a 1-bedroom apartment in Pflugerville, TX?

The price range for a 1-bedroom apartment in Pflugerville, TX is between $1,142 and $3,249. Browse all available 1-bedroom apartments in Pflugerville, TX now.

What is the price range for a 2-bedroom apartment in Pflugerville, TX?

The price range for a 2-bedroom apartment in Pflugerville, TX is between $1,142 and $3,913. Browse and find a 2-bedroom apartment in Pflugerville, TX.

What is the price range for a 3-bedroom apartment in Pflugerville, TX?

The price range for a 3-bedroom apartment in Pflugerville, TX is between $1,142 and $5,199. Browse all available 3-bedroom apartments in Pflugerville, TX.

Renter’s Guide to Pflugerville, TX

Pflugerville, home of the Typhoon Texas Waterpark and various "Pfestivals" throughout the year, is a fast-growing suburb of Austin, Texas, and a bliss for the outdoorsy types. Being in the top ten fastest growing cities in Texas between 2010 and 2017, it was also announced the 12th 'Best Place to Live in 2016' by Money.com.

Although it is the smallest suburb of Greater Austin, with just 22.3 square miles of land, it has a population of 63,359 according to the most recent U.S. census estimates, making it about half the size of Round Rock, and a fifteenth of the size of Austin, TX.

Pflugerville is 14 miles northeast of downtown Austin along FM 1825, and 15 miles northeast of the Colorado River. It offers easy access to State Highways 130 and 45, and the city of Round Rock is just 7.4 miles from the center, with Georgetown only 16.5 miles away. Indeed, you can get mostly anywhere within the greater metro area in under 30 minutes, making this location a perfect base for commuters to the wider Austin area.

Described as having a humid subtropical climate, Pflugerville has long, hot summers and typically mild winters. Between June and September, the summer high is around 95°F, while the winter low can get to 37°F. On average, there are 231 sunny days and 25 days below freezing point per year. Rainfall averages about 33 inches each year, but the humidity rarely dips below 30 percent, so allergy season could last all year.

Pflugerville, TX Demographics

  • Total Population61,737
  • Female 29,483
    Male 32,254
  • Median Age36.1

Cost of Living in Pflugerville, TX

Pflugerville was previously referred to as a bedroom community, due to the lack of industry in the area. However, with its close proximity to the Austin Executive Airport and Texas State Highway 130, improved connectivity is attracting businesses and bringing jobs to Pflugerville. This has transformed this once sleepy town, although increased congestion on the local roads is the price residents have come to pay.

Currently, public transport options to downtown Austin and surrounding locations are rather poor, often requiring 2 or more buses. However, according to the city website, a 'Transit Development Plan' is underway, which will outline future commuter and transit opportunities for the city of Pflugerville. Until that time, residents have options such as walking, cycling, or using their personal vehicle to traverse the city. However, this being a rather small city, the median travel time to work is 27.5 minutes. Gasoline is on average around $2.74 per gallon, which more or less matches the national average.

A night out with a three-course meal for two people in a mid-range restaurant will cost you around $45-$70, but several inexpensive restaurants offer meals for around $15. To wash it down, one small imported beer will set you back $3, and coffee fans can expect to pay around $4.37 for a regular Cappuccino.

For basic utilities, a Pflugerville resident will have to pay around $155 per month in a typical 915 square foot apartment, which is lower than the U.S. average of $169.34 per month.

Average Rent in Pflugerville, TX

  • Pflugerville, TX Average Rental Price, September 2021 $1,405 /mo

Pflugerville, TX Apartment Rent Ranges

Pflugerville, TX Rent Trends

Average Rent Jul / 2018 Nov / 2018 Mar / 2019 Jul / 2019 Nov / 2019 Mar / 2020 Jul / 2020 Nov / 2020 Mar / 2021 Sep / 2021
Pflugerville, TX $1,167 $1,235 $1,239 $1,267 $1,284 $1,281 $1,243 $1,240 $1,276 $1,405
National $1,347 $1,356 $1,361 $1,393 $1,400 $1,402 $1,393 $1,397 $1,485 $1,510

Living in Pflugerville, TX

This is a town that did not lose its heritage, and the community sponsors many family-friendly festivals all year round to remind you of its German origins. The Deutschen Pfest takes place every May, the Pfirecracker Pfestival on the 4th of July, and the Pfamily Pfestival and Expo, that showcases professional goods and services are just a few. The close and friendly community makes it the perfect place to raise a family.

As a small town, the crime rate is far below the U.S. average. As most residents are in full-time employment, the unemployment rate is 3.2%, lower than the U.S. average of 3.9%. The size of the town may explain the lack of nightlife, but it being so close to Austin and Round Rock makes this potential negative point negligible.

Things to do in Pflugerville, TX

One of the main attractions in Pflugerville is the Typhoon Texas Waterpark, which offers a giant wave pool, a 10.000 sq. ft. activity pool with water features, a 1.000 ft. lazy river, and several multi-slide towers, featuring speed slides, tube slides and a six-lane mat racer slide. With so much to explore and enjoy for all ages, this is the perfect place for summertime family fun.

For those who prefer dry land, there are 28 developed parks covering over 500 acres and more than 40 miles of trails, plus an additional 528 acres of open space, all within Pflugerville's city limits. Many of the parks offer a full range of amenities from pavilions, gazebos, and playgrounds to pools and picnic areas.

The trail system that leads bikers and walkers to the Lake Pflugerville reservoir is perfect for active folks who enjoy the sunny weather. Whether you enjoy swimming, stand-up paddle boarding, wind surfing or fishing, this is the place for it. Adjacent to the lake is Lake Pflugerville Park, offering kayak and canoe rentals, picnic areas, and a beach.

If you feel like discovering the rich history of the town, it's worth checking out the Heritage House Museum and the Pflugerville Fallen Warrior Memorial. Popular hangout places include the Stone Hill Town Center --great for shopping--, Brotherton's Black Iron Barbecue, or the Texas Roadhouse, where you can grab a bite of delicious comfort food, while music lovers can enjoy live gigs at Hanovers.

Another Pflugerville festival is 'Music in The Park', which offers a variety of live bands on Friday nights in the summer and early fall. Starting 2015, the town also organizes an annual Comic Con.

Employment & Economy in Pflugerville, TX

The most important industry in this small town is Government Administration. The city employs more than 300 employees who help serve the Pflugerville Community.

Future residents can find a workplace in the areas of Municipal Government, Public Works, Development Services, Utility Billing/ Finance, City Manager's Office, Police Department, Library, Parks and Recreation / Pflugerville Recreation Center, and Human Resources.

However, thanks to its proximity to Austin and Round Rock, one can commute to work, thus enjoying the possibilities offered by the bigger city, without the fuss of living in one. Since Austin is fast becoming a booming high tech and software development center, Pflugerville has also attracted a number of new residents who are qualified in this field. Unlike other nearby suburbs however, it doesn't enjoy the same public transport options, making a private vehicle necessary.

Pflugerville, TX Households

  • Total Number of Households21,186
  • Family 15,593
    Non-family 5,593
  • Children 8,216
    No Children 12,970
  • Average People Per Household2.9
  • Median Household Income$93,627
  • Median Housing Costs Per Month$1,548

Education in Pflugerville, TX

Despite the sudden growth the area has experienced, the common goal of the community remains a good education system. The public education in Pflugerville is served by the Pflugerville Independent School District (PfISD) that offers quality education to more than 25.000 students, 31 schools, and 2 campuses.

The town is home to four high schools: Pflugerville, Connally, Hendrickson, and Weiss, and the football games between Pflugerville HS and Hendrickson HS are always an important event. Indeed, the competition can be fierce and breed world-class players, such as NFL Washington Redskins' Samaje Perine, who attended Hendrickson High School.

Pflugerville might not impress with a high number of schools, but education in this little town is highly valued. The high schools all offer a wide array of programs, including Marine Corps Junior ROTC at Hendrickson High School.

Pflugerville, TX Education Statistics

Tips for Renting in Pflugerville, TX

Thanks to the federal Fair Housing Act, potential tenants are protected from seller or landlord discrimination and their rights are well regulated by laws applicable in the whole state of Texas.

It is worth remembering that before signing any document, you should read it carefully and all agreements should be made in writing, since verbal agreements are usually not enforceable.

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