Hill Country
2010 Census - 392
2000 Census - 50
Webberville, Texas
Village of Webberville, Texas History:
In 1838, Webber’s Prairie was established by retired physician John Ferdinand Webber. It was sometimes referred to as Smithwick’s for the town’s first postmaster. The post office was open from 1846 to 1903 when the mail was rerouted through Manor. The town was renamed Webberville in 1853. By the mid-1880s Webberville had steam gristmills and cotton gins, two churches, a school, four general stores, and 200 residents. Cotton and livestock were the main industries. In February, 2003, Webberville incorporated as the Village of Webberville. Many Webberville residents commute to Austin for work. Webberville is located on the Colorado River at the intersection of Webberville Road (FM 969) and Blake Manor Road, 18 miles east of Austin, 22 miles southeast of Pflugerville, 9.4 miles southeast of Manor, 17 miles southwest of Elgin, 18.5 miles northwest of Bastrop, 19.6 miles northwest of Cedar Creek via FM 969, 23 miles northeast of Garfield via SH 45/130, 34.5 miles northeast of Lockhart, 23.7 miles northeast of Creedmoor, 19.6 miles northeast of Elroy, 13 miles northeast of Del Valle, Texas.
Austin Yellow Bike Project:
They don’t fix bikes for individuals. Instead they teach you how to fix your own bike. Anyone can use the community bike shop space to learn to repair their own bikes in return for spending the same amount of time volunteering that they spent using the shop for personal projects. If you are looking for a particular bike part, you may look through their used parts bins; prices for used parts are negotiable. The “Earn-a-Bike program allows individuals to volunteer time in return for receiving any incomplete and unclaimed bike in the shop. You may also buy or build a bike, and borrow a small bike trailer.You do not need to call or email Yellow Bike before arriving; just check the schedulefor hours open. The Webberville Texas shop has 12 work stations available on a first come-first serve basis. It is located at the intersections of 12th Street, Webberville Road and Springdale Road, adjacent to the Simms Elementary School. 
Circuit of the Americas Formula 1 Race Track, Elroy, TX:
Formula 1 racing is returned to the United States on a 3.427 mile track built in Elroy, Texas. This is first time in Formula 1 racing history in the United States that a track was specifically designed and built for the race. The Elroy track is the only FIA-certified Grade 1 track in the United States, and one of only twenty-six such tracks in the world. From 2000 to 2007 races were held in Indianapolis, Indiana on a race course built inside the oval of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Formula 1 (One) is the highest class of single seater auto racing sanctioned by the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA). The F1 season consists of a series of races, known as Grands Prix (in English, Grand Prizes), held on purpose-built circuits and public roads. The results of each race are combined to determine two annual World Championships, one for the drivers and one for the constructors. Up to and including the 2011 Indian Grand Prix, 856 World Championship Grands Prix have been held. Volunteers are needed. The Elroy track is located on FM 812, approximately 1 mile east of SH 130, and nine miles southeast of the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport. The Elroy track will host races from 2012 to 2021. The first Elroy races will be (or were) held over three days in mid-November, 2012. (512) 301-6600. 9201 Circuit of the Americas Boulevard, Austin, TX 78617.  Email 
Annual Texas Winter 100K Canoe Race on Colorado River, Jan:
This 100 K (62 miles) race is an United States Canoe Association sanctioned race and includes a 14.6 mile stand-up paddle division. The race begins on Lady Bird Lake under the IH-35 bridge. The racers head downstream. Once around No Name Island, the potage to the right of Longhorn Dam is 200 yards ahead at the end of the large pipe fence. This take-out is manned by officials. Racers must go through Pleasant Valley Road pedestrian tunnel rather than cross the road. The potage to the safest put-in is a third of a mile away. Approximately 6.3 miles from the Longhorn Dam put-in, racers must potage right around Sheila’s Devil Dam. The half way point of the race is Big Webberville Park, 2305 Park Lane, Webberville, Texas. The race ends at Fishermans Park, 1200 Willow Street, Bastrop, Texas. Click on the above link for LCRA maps. 
Annual Colorado River 100 Mile Canoe Race & 100K Adventure Race, Early Sept:
This race begins at Fisherman’s Park, 1200 Willow Street, Bastrop, Texas. Checkpoints include Vernon L. Richards Riverbend Park in Smithville (107 SH 71) at 26 miles, Plum Park outside Plum, Texas (1517 Prairie Valley Road, Westpoint, TX) at 44 miles, Buffalo Trail Park at Business SH 71 Bridge in La Grange, at 62 miles. The 104 mile race ends at Howell Canoe Livery in Columbus, Texas. Click the above link for email.