Infastructure & Utilities



U.S. Route 183 is a major north-south highway that runs from south Texas through its northern terminus in South Dakota. This roadway provides direct access to downtown Austin from Leander.

The 183A Toll Road is an 11-mile toll road extending from FM 620 through Cedar Park and Leander. This roadway provides motorists with an option to bypass traffic on U.S. Route 183. The toll road also provides non-tolled lanes on frontage roads north of RM 1431.

Ronald Reagan Boulevard offers north-south access through Leander on the city’s eastern side and has helped to facilitate development. The City of Leander approved a Transportation Master Plan in 2021 to strategically improve Leander’s transportation infrastructure over the next decade. More information on the Transportation Master Plan can be found here.

Commuter Rail & Bus

The City of Leander is served by commuter rail service provided by Capital Metro. The 32-mile route connects Leander to downtown Austin. Riders are able to access other locations throughout the region by making connections at Capital Metro’s additional 8 MetroRail stations.

Commuter bus service is provided by Capital Metro’s MetroExpress service. The Leander Station includes a park and ride that allows customers to leave their cars at the station and utilize its mass transportation services.



The City of Leander, in partnership with the Brushy Creek Regional Utility Authority (BCRUA), treats and distributes water from the Lower Colorado River Authority (LCRA). The City of Leander sells water directly to consumers.

Commercial rates

Commercial rates shall consist of a monthly customer charge plus a consumption charge. The monthly customer charge shall be determined by the size of each water meter converted into living unit equivalents (LUEs) as follows:

Water Meter SizeLUEsMonthly Customer Charge
5/8 inch1.0$43.11
3/4 inch1.0$43.11
1 inch2.5$107.78
1-1/2 inch5.0$215.55
2 inch8.0$344.88
3 inch16.0$689.76
4 inch25.0$1,077.75
6 inch50.0$2,155.50
8 inch80.0$3,448.80
10 inch115.0$4,957.65

Customers requiring a meter size larger than 10 inches shall receive a customer charge of $43.11 per LUE. For an accurate estimate of your expected water related costs or fees, please Contact Us.


The City of Leander provides wastewater service. The monthly customer charges are determined by the size of each water meter. A consumption charge of $3.10 for each one thousand gallons, or part thereof, will apply to commercial customers. The monthly charge for customers requiring a meter size lager than 10 inches shall be calculated as $15.94 per LUE.

Water Meter SizeLUEsMonthly Customer Charge
5/8 inch1.0$15.94
3/4 inch1.0$15.94
1 inch2.5$39.85
1-1/2 inch5.0$79.70
2 inch8.0$127.52
3 inch16.0$255.04
4 inch25.0$398.50
6 inch50.0$797.00
8 inch80.0$1,275.20
10 inch115.0$1,833.10

For an accurate estimate of your expected water related costs or fees, please Contact Us.


Leander is served by Pedernales Electric Cooperative (PEC). PEC has provided customers with reliable electric service to its customers since 1938 and offers competitive rates. To find information on PEC’s rates, please click here.

Natural Gas

Natural gas service in Leander is provided by Atmos Energy. Atmos Energy is the nation’s largest natural-gas only distributor and provides service to more than 3 million customers across 1,400 communities. To find information in Atmos Energy’s rates, please click here.