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Wells Branch is currently under mandatory stage 2 water restrictions. For more information please read Mandatory Water Restrictions
The District works in a cost effective and efficient way to support the vision by monitoring, tracking, and ensuring quality of life in the District. Quality of life has been defined as safe and reliable water supply, well maintained parks and facilities, recreational opportunities, general safety, and stable and appreciating property values.
Wells Branch is famous for its 4thFest celebration. The day begins with a short parade starting at KF Park at 10am. Spectators are welcome to line the street to watch. Please contact the Recreation Manager at 512-251-9814 if you would like to have a float in the parade. When the parade returns, there’ll be an afternoon of entertainment under the big tent (see schedule below), concessions from local restaurants and community service groups offering a variety of items to enjoy, and activities for the kids around Katherine Fleischer Park. KF pool will be open and free to the public as well.
Depart Community Center
West on Klattenhoff
Right on Alpha Collier
Right on Fronia Woodward
Right on Cervin Blvd.
Right on Wells Port Dr.
Right on Crystal Shore Dr.
Right on Klattenhoff to KF Park
10 am Parade, starts at theCommunity Center
11-3 pm Childrens' Activities : Kiddy Train, Balloon Clowns, Challenge Coursel, Bungee Bouncer, Dunk Tank, Face Painting, Photo Booth
12-4 pm Games at KF Pool
Live Entertainment Under the Big Tent
11- 11:45am Gusto The Great
12:30-2pm Off The Record - Band
2:30-3:15pm Ian Varella - Ventriliquist
3:30-5pm Off the Record - Band
KF Pool - 11:30am - 8:45pm
WB Pool - 12:00pm - 4:45pm (Cars must be out of the parking lot by 5:00pm).
The display will be fired over Willow Bend Pool at the corner of Sauls Drive and Bratton Lane beginning at 9:30pm. You can view the show anywhere along Shoreline Drive, Long Vista Drive, Bratton Lane and even Mills Pond. No parking or spectators will be allowed on Sauls Drive from Bratton Lane to Crissom Drive. Parking will be limited so we encourage residents to walk or bike utilizing the various bike lanes and hike and bike trail.