10 years ago in May 1999, the last flight left Robert Mueller Municipal Airport and signified the closing of Austin’s first airport. The return flights landed at Austin Bergstrom International Airport and planning for how to reuse the 711 acres that was the former airport continued. Now, with over 20 years of planning and four years of construction, progress in Mueller can be widely seen. Over 500 homes are sold and over 3,000 employees call Mueller home. 75 acres of parks are completed and three historic structures still stand. To learn more about the historic timeline behind Mueller, visit the “History” page under the “Explore” tab on MuellerAustin.com.