REMINDER FOR CORRIDOR MEETING DEC 8

REMINDER FOR CORRIDOR MEETING DEC 8

The following is copied from an email from Michael Gaudini of Council Member Leslie Pool’s office: Just sending around a reminder that Public Works will be holding meetings on the $19 million in mobility improvements for Burnet Road and North Lamar that they are planning on implementing. Please remind your communities and any other interested folks as you see fit. (This should put the cap on the 2012 bond funds for these corridors; the corridors will continue to see major…

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MEETINGS RE: Code NEXT and Density Bonuses

MEETINGS RE: Code NEXT and Density Bonuses

 We apologize for the late notice, but those of us interested in CodeNEXT and density bonuses have two opportunities to learn more via two Density Bonus Stakeholder Meetings. The same information will be presented at both meetings: Tues., Dec. 6th, 6-7:30 pm Neighborhood Housing and Community Development Office, Room 400A 1000 E. 11th St., Austin TX 78702 Wed., Dec. 7th, 8-9:15am City Hall Executive Session Room, Room 1027 301 W. 2nd St. Austin, TX 78701 CodeNext staff will present their…

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CodeNEXT MEETING ABOUT POTENTIAL DENSITY BONUSES FOR AFFORDABLE HOUSING

CodeNEXT MEETING ABOUT POTENTIAL DENSITY BONUSES FOR AFFORDABLE HOUSING

The following is copied from a recent email: The City of Austin invites you to attend one of two stakeholder meetings to learn about the CodeNEXT process for analyzing the City’s potential density bonuses aimed at producing affordable housing. Consultants will provide preliminary insights about density bonuses in different areas of the city. As part of their work, the consultants have compiled preliminary development assumptions for areas around the City using CoStar and inputs from local Austin real estate professionals….

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LAND DEVELOPMENT DECISION MAKING PANEL DISCUSSION DEC 5

LAND DEVELOPMENT DECISION MAKING PANEL DISCUSSION DEC 5

The following is copied from a recent email from Carol Gibbs of the City of Austin Neighborhood Assistance Center: “This message is being sent to all “Association” and “Primary Contact” email addresses listed in the City’s Community Registry on the Data Portal. Please share this invitation with your organization’s membership, to the extent that it may be of interest to them. Panel Discussion: Tips & Tools for Effective Engagement in Land Development Decision-Making Please join us this coming Monday night,…

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North Shoal Creek Annual Luminaria Walk Dec. 19th 6-8pm Pillow School Track

North Shoal Creek Annual Luminaria Walk Dec. 19th 6-8pm Pillow School Track

You are invited to enjoy a beautiful Luminaria Walk Dec. 19th, 6-8 p.m. at the Pillow School track. There’ll be 500+ luminarias set up around the track plus hot chocolate and cookies under the pavilion. We need volunteers to help set up before and to clean up after. If you can help set up, please come to Pillow’s pavilion at 4 pm. To help afterwards, please stay a few extra minutes after 8 pm to help pick up and disassemble…

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IMPORTANT NEIGHBORHOOD PLAN MEETING SATURDAY DECEMBER 3RD 9-Noon

IMPORTANT NEIGHBORHOOD PLAN MEETING SATURDAY DECEMBER 3RD 9-Noon

Join us Saturday to discuss Community Character in North Shoal Creek! The next North Shoal Creek Neighborhood Plan community meeting is coming up on Saturday, December 3rd, 2016, from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM at the Pillow Elementary School cafeteria. Please join us for refreshments and a conversation with your fellow residents about the character of your neighborhood. The discussion on community character will continue on January 21st, 2017. A limited amount of child care will be available at the…

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Burnet Road Corridor Improvements Public Meeting

Burnet Road Corridor Improvements Public Meeting

The City of Austin’s Public Works Dept. invites you to learn more about the Burnet Road Corridor Improvements Project. City staff will present Corridor Report findings, along with recommended improvements, project scope, and sequencing via a series of community meeting. Meetings are open to the public and we invite all interested parties to attend. Here’s the info for the meeting closest to North Shoal Creek: Thursday, December 8, 2016, 6:30 p.m.-8:00 p.m. Northwest Recreation Center, 2913 Northland Dr., Austin, TX…

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REMINDER: IMPORTANT NEIGHBORHOOD PLAN MEETING COMING UP

REMINDER: IMPORTANT NEIGHBORHOOD PLAN MEETING COMING UP

Please come to the third North Shoal Creek Neighborhood Planning Workshop, Saturday, December 3rd, 9:00 AM – Noon, in the cafeteria at Pillow Elementary School. This will be an important and interesting meeting on the topic of Community Character – what is North Shoal Creek’s community character? What combination of things makes our neighborhood unique and different from other Austin neighborhoods? Please join us for refreshments and a conversation with your fellow residents about your neighborhood. A limited amount of…

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The future character of the North Shoal Creek neighborhood is up to you.

The future character of the North Shoal Creek neighborhood is up to you.

The Planning and Zoning Department is hosting two key meetings on community character and land use coming up on December 3rd and January 21st. The North Shoal Creek neighborhood planning area includes everything surrounded by US 183, Burnet Road, Anderson Lane, and Mopac. We invite every resident, business, and property owner in the neighborhood to join us to discuss the future shape of North Shoal Creek’s community character. The next meeting will be on Saturday, December 3rd, 2016, from 9:00…

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Summary of NSC Planning Process Kickoff Survey Results

Summary of NSC Planning Process Kickoff Survey Results

Planning and Zoning Department staff have created a one-page summary showing the results of the Kickoff Survey for the North Shoal Creek Planning Process (that survey closed on October 7th).  The summary page contains the following charts: How complete is your community? (North Shoal Creek scored 6.9 on a 10 point scale). What would make your neighborhood more complex? How often do you travel by car, bus, bicycle, or by foot? What would encourage you to walk, bike, or use…

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