Tue Feb 25th 2020
Just 15 minutes to the west of Georgetown, nestled in the Texas Hill Country, you’ll find the quaint little town of Liberty Hill. For those seeking country living, this rural community is ideal. Views aren't the only thing that makes Liberty Hill such a desired place to live. Excellent schools, community events, and the diversity of this little town call to those who are looking for a relaxing and peaceful place to live.
Established in the 1840s with only a handful of settlers, Liberty Hill is a hill country gem that seemingly exists in its own little universe. With a population of a little over 1,900 residents, Liberty Hill has seen explosive growth over the years that has resulted in it being one of the most coveted and more expensive areas to live in the Greater Austin Area.
Recognized by the Texas Education Agency as a highly-acclaimed school district, Liberty Hill is home to three elementary schools, an intermediate school, one junior high, and one high school. The mascot is a panther.
The schools in this district include:
Although Liberty Hill doesn’t house its own university, there are some great schools conveniently located near here. Those schools include:
Liberty Hill is surrounded by natural beauty for you to enjoy with the number of parks available in the area. Maintained by Liberty Hill Park and Recreation, you’ll find plenty of outdoor activities. Parks for the city include:
Take in fantastic art sculptures at Liberty Hill’s Sculpture Park at Lions Foundation Park, founded in 1976, and home to more than 27 unique sculptures.
The Liberty Hill Public Library, considered “The Heart of the Hill”, offers more than 15,000 books, has weekly story time, and promotes several reading programs.
Head down the road to Georgetown and experience some of the oldest caverns in the state at Inner Space Caverns.
The Austin Steam Train is a terrific family outing for those looking to experience the gorgeous Hill Country.
Located just between Georgetown and Liberty Hill sits Tejas Park where you can experience fun on the water. Spend the day boating, fishing, and swimming or take a hike along the 26-mile San Gabriel Trail.
The Liberty Hill Fair and Rodeo is hosted by the city every April so, head out to the rodeo to enjoy barrel racing performances, a carnival, Mutton Bustin’, and more. It promises to be a boot-scootin’ good time.
When May rolls around, check out the Whimsy & Wonder Art Festival on Main Street where downtown businesses transform their shops into art galleries that support local artists, live music, and live art demos.
Every December, you’ll enjoy the Liberty Hill Christmas Festival and Lighted Night Parade that hosts snow playgrounds, a Jingle Bell 5K Run, Santa's Village, Reindeer Games, Holiday Marketplace, food trucks, live music, the Trail of Lights, and more.
Everyone loves movies. Each summer in Liberty Hill, you’ll find summer movies in the park, thanks to City Park Cinema in Liberty Hill. Weekly movie showings, food vendors, and friendly neighbors are just the tip of the iceberg.
With the Fourth of July comes fireworks and loads of fun at the Independence Day Spectacular in Liberty Hill. A family-friendly event hosted by the City of Liberty Hill, you’ll enjoy the Splash Zone, mechanical rides, kid’s activities, food vendors, a free concert, the list goes on and on.
In October is when you’ll enjoy the International Sculpture and Hot Air Balloon Festival in Liberty Hill at the Lions Foundation Park. More than 25 sculptors from six different countries gather to showcase their art. The hot air balloons are a new addition.
Considered one of the most expensive areas in the State of Texas, Liberty Hill boasts neighborhoods to suit every need:
For electric service, Liberty Hill is an unregulated area when it comes to choosing an electric provider. Visit PowerToChoose.org when deciding on utility companies for electric service in Liberty Hill. Here are the other utility companies you may need to call for new service:
Around here, we...
smile often, treat clients like family, do more than what’s expected, gather wisdom through doing, find joy in the journey, and love properties and people.