PFLUGERVILLE, Texas — On Monday, people who live in Pflugerville got to see a facelift in their downtown area.

The city's new Main Street Plaza is opening, and a ribbon-cutting ceremony was held at 11:30 a.m.

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The plaza is located on the east side of Pflugerville's City Hall, and features murals, gardens and seating areas for people visiting downtown.

Former mayor Jeff Coleman wanted the plaza to be built years ago.

“Our growth has been amazing,” Coleman told KVUE last month. “It's great to see that the city has decided they're going to invest in our downtown area to truly try to make it more of a traditional downtown.”

Pflugerville’s Community Development Corporation granted the city $100,000 to develop the first downtown gathering spot in Pflugerville.

WATCH: Pflugerville using grant money for Main Street


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