Despite concerns over the city's water resources and increased traffic, city officials have approved final plans to bring a new $21 million waterpark to the Texas town.

In a public hearing October 29, voters approved a plan to bring Hawaiian Falls Water and Adventure park to Pflugerville. The park is expected to open Memorial Day 2014.

"Over the 30-year life of the project, we expected to see a $700 million impact on the city of Pflugerville," said Pflugerville Development Corporation's Floyd Akers, according to Austin Your News Now.

However, many citizens are concerned the project will have a major impact on the water supply, as well as cause increased traffic congestion. Others raised concerns over the park's potential to cost taxpayers money. Read More