As part of the City of Pflugerville's Adopt-a-Trail
program, Creekside has "adopted" the trail through the
neighborhood. Adopt-a-Trail allows citizens to take pride in
their community and help keep the costs of litter collection
under control. Creekside organizes four clean-up days per
year including the citywide "Keep Pflugerville Beautiful
Trash Off" each March.
Each Spring and Fall, Creekside Neighborhood Association
(CNA) coordinates a neighborhood garage sale. CNA arranges
for advertising and signs, and neighbors who choose to
participate, just put their stuff out and sell sell sell!
The Creekside Eggstravaganza has become a favorite
annual event in Creekside. Over a thousand eggs are hidden
and within just a few minutes the neighborhood kids have
scooped them all up!
National Night Out
The biggest annual activity in Creekside is the National
Night Out Against Crime and Drugs party on the first Tuesday
in August. Regular visitors to this fun-filled neighborhood
tradition include members of the Pflugerville Police Dept,
Pflugerville Fire Dept, Travis County Sheriff's Dept.,
Constable's Office, elected officials, and 150-200+
Each year neighborhood kids show off their costumes and
parade along the hike-and-bike trail near Creekside Park
Annual Food Drive
A food drive is held each year in December to collect
food for needy families. Neighbors, Cub Scouts, Girl Scouts,
and Boy Scouts traditionally help pick up the food.
Volunteers are always needed and welcome! In 2005 over half
the Creekside residents participated by donating a total of
over 1,400 food items to the North Rural Community Center
(this region's Capital Area Food Bank).
Festival of Lights
Every December, Creekside becomes a "winter wonderland"
of beautifully lighted and decorated homes. Winners are
chosen by neighborhood block captains for the best displays.