River Oaks Neighborhood Association (RONA) represents the people living in or who own property in the River Oak Lake Estates Subdivision of Austin, Travis County, Texas, USA. For RONA members only: Join us on Facebook. RONA members have property or live within the boundaries of the River Oak Lake Estates Subdivision.
River Oak Lake Estates Subdivision is in the north part of Austin, Travis County, Texas, USA about ten miles from downtown in the zip code 78758. It is bounded by Parmer Lane (FM 734) to the north, the Merrill Gardens at Parmer Woods and River Oaks Elementary School to the west, North Lamar Boulevard (Loop 275) to the east, and Walnut Creek Metropolitan Park (300 acres) to the south. Wells Branch Creek runs south through the neighborhood and empties into Little Walnut Creek in the park. The approximate geographic center of the neighborhood is N 30.40687 W 97.68264. See also: Google Maps and this image:
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The neighborhood is in the Pflugerville Independent School District and with schools all within about a mile of the neighborhood:
Other schools nearby are:
Streets in River Oak Lake Estates Subdivision include
- Blue Water Circle
- Blue Water Drive
- Bluestone Circle
- Cardinal Hill Circle
- Cardinal Hill Drive
- Chimney Rock Drive
- Indian Mound Drive
- Knoll Ridge Drive
- Oak Shadows Drive
- Old Cedar Lane
- Rolling Hill Drive
- Willow Bend Drive
- Willow Wild Drive
Plat of River Oak Lake Estates - The subdivision was platted in 1968 and houses were built the same year. Some lots were not built on until the mid 1980s and at least one lot was not built on until 1997.
There are about 210 residential lots in the subdivision, made up mostly of single family dwellings with less than ten per cent duplex housing.
City of Austin, Travis County, Texas, USA
Walnut Creek Trail
Travis County Appraisal District - Search for and view property records.
Keep Austin Weird, but also Keep Austin Beautiful.
The TreeFolks want to make Austin shadier. Check out their website and sign up for a free tree. They have a Tree Growing Guide for Central Texas to help us choose, plant, and care for trees. Parts of our neighborhood have wonderful shade trees - let's plant more.
History of the Cox Zoo - A little zoo was operated for about 40 years on North Lamar Boulevard (Loop 275) just south of the River Oak Lake Estates neighborhood.
For RONA members only: Join us on Facebook. RONA members have property or live within the boundaries of the River Oak Lake Estates Subdivision.
Last updated: August 22, 2016
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