Would you like a free tree delivered to your home? If you’re an Austin resident or an Austin Energy customer, you can sign up for our NeighborWoods program and we will deliver a tree directly to your doorstep by the end of March.
The North Shoal Creek Neighborhood Plan Contact Team’s first quarterly meeting of 2019 is Thursday, February 14, from 6:30 to 7:55 p.m. in the First Texas Honda Conference Room*. The agenda for the meeting is posted below.
* (Please enter the dealership via the Steck entrance and park in the visitors’ parking lot to your left, nearest the big United States flag. If you enter through the main entrance, the conference room is down the corridor to your left. If … Read More
183/MoPac Shared Use Path To Be Completed Spring 2019
This is the design for the mosaic to be installed on the south or KVUE side of the bridge. Design is by Kevin Wier, NSCNA President, 2018-2019. Members of NSCNA’s Beautification Committee are currently working on creating this mosaic. If you are interested in participating or want more information on this project, please email beautification [at] nscna [dot] org.
This design, also created by Kevin Wier, is to be installed on the north side of the bridge:
Several reports of coyote sightings have been posted recently on NextDoor North Shoal Creek. Here’s information from the Humane Society’s webpage on how to haze a coyote to keep them away from our yards and pets:
“Hazing is a method that makes use of deterrents to move an animal out of an area or discourage an undesirable behavior or activity. Hazing can help maintain a coyote’s fear of humans and deter them from backyards and play spaces.
North Shoal Creek’s low tree canopy (20%) combined with the recent adoption of its neighborhood plan recently resulted in 173 free trees being distributed to North Shoal Creek residents who requested them via ACT’s 2018 program. Residents could select from three kinds of shade trees — Lacy Oak, Mexican Sycamore, or Mexican White Oak – and three kinds of understory trees — Mexican Buckeye, Texas Mountain Laurel, or Mexican Plum. Community volunteers along with Austin Development Services staff and staff … Read More