Mallard Park is a charming community in Taylor, Texas. People choose to live in Taylor for its outstanding quality of life, low unemployment rate, and close proximity to great schools, workplaces, and surrounding cities. Major employers in Taylor include the Electric Reliability Council of Texas, Durcon, Scott & White Hospital, and the Corrections Corporation of America.
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Mallard Park kids go to schools in the Taylor Independent School District. The motto of Taylor ISD is “Relentless in the pursuit of educational excellence.” Taylor ISD encourages students to participate in athletics as a means of strengthening character and improving their overall quality of life. The Electric Reliability Council of Texas and the Beginners Learning Alternative Designs of Energy (BLADE) club have donated solar panels to Taylor High School, to help lessen the cost of electricity and provide a valuable lesson to students about renewable energy. In 2011, students at Taylor Middle School outperformed their peers in other states on the TAKS math exam. Pasemann Elementary encourages parental involvement to ensure academic success.
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When Mallard Park residents want to dine out, they have plenty of options in Taylor. Within two miles of the neighborhood you will find Mas Fajitas restaurant and bar, Ricoco’s Latin Grill, and the famous Louie Mueller BBQ, in addition to many other popular chain restaurants. Get in touch with the spirit of rural Texas at the Charlie Horse Equestrian Center, which offers horseback riding lessons, training, and boarding. Old Thyme Gardens is a great local resource for gardeners–this organic nursery sells high-quality vermicompost and heirloom variety seeds. As a Mallard Park resident you’ll have the rest of the countryside well within reach for a scenic ride, thanks to the nearby Taylor Amtrak, right off of Highway 95.
Taylor is located east of Round Rock and Georgetown, off Highway 79. Mallard Park is just a few minutes south of the San Gabriel River, a typically gorgeous body of water for the Texas Hill Country region, notable for its limestone deposits and canyons. Take Highway 29 to get to quaint, quiet Georgetown, home to Southwestern University, the oldest university in Texas. To get to Austin, you would take Highway 290 west to Interstate 35, altogether a 40-minute drive. Highway 95 lies to the east of Mallard Park, a major highway that will take you to Temple to the north, and Elgin and Bastrop to the south.
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