National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day is scheduled for Saturday, April 28, 10 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
The location nearest North Shoal Creek Neighborhood seems to be the Travis County Constable Office
Precinct Two, 10409 Burnet Road Site 150, from 10 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
All information and locations can be found at http://bit.ly/travco-takeback or https://takebackday.dea.gov/… Read More
The Planning Commission, the Zoning and Platting Commission, and the Austin City Council have scheduled four public hearings in upcoming months. The first meeting is next Saturday, April 28.
The public hearings are an opportunity for you to speak to the commissions and City Council about CodeNEXT. The public hearings are required by law in order for the City Council to vote on the ordinance.
Sign up to speak at the public hearings will begin 30 minutes before each meeting.… Read More
Austin ARMA’s 15th Annual Spring Shred Day
When: Saturday, April 28th, 2018
Where: CC Highland Campus (523 E Highland Mall Boulevard)
Time: 8am – 1:30 pm (or until trucks reach capacity and weather permitting)
“In 2017, we shred over 140,000 POUNDS OF PAPER and collected over $11,000 for the local chapter and local charities.
With the awareness of identity theft, it is important to carefully dispose of personal records including financial and medical records. The Austin chapter of ARMA along … Read More
The City of Austin announced in CodeNEWS: Draft 3 Open House 2/12 that CodeNext Draft 3 will be released Monday, February 12, quoted below:
“Join the CodeNEXT team Monday, February 12 for the release of Draft 3! There will be an open house at Austin City Hall from 5:00 – 7:00 PM. Learn about Draft 3, view the updated maps, and talk to code experts. Draft 3 will be available on our website February 12, 2018 at 5:00 PM.
“**Join … Read More
The Annual General Membership Meeting of the North Shoal Creek Neighborhood Association will be held:
When: Tuesday, January 9, 2018, 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm.
Where: Pillow Elementary School Library, 3025 Crosscreek Drive.
Activities and topics will include:
1. Election of officers and directors for 2018.
2. Annual Committee Reports.
3. NSC Neighborhood Plan and NSC Contact Team.
5. Sign up for 2018 committees, committee chairs, and work groups.… Read More
The following was received from Jeff Engstrom, AICP, Senior Planer , City of Austin Planning and Zoning Department:
We have extended the comment deadline for the Draft North Shoal Creek Neighborhood Plan.
Due to popular demand, we’re extending the time for everyone to review and comment on the draft North Shoal Creek Neighborhood Plan. The survey will now close on Monday, January 1st.
Check out the Draft North Shoal Creek Neighborhood Plan on the plan web page: www.austintexas.gov/northshoalcreek
If you … Read More
The following information has been received from Capital Metro:
Capital Metro will host a series of public outreach meetings beginning September 25th to introduce Austin to what would be the most significant transformation of its bus network in the agency’s 32-year history. The proposed changes, if approved by the board of directors November 15, would go into effect in June 2018.
The transit agency began preparation for this change in October 2015, when planners initiated work on the Connections 2025 … Read More
The following information is from a communication from Sara Behunek of the Corridor Program Office
The City of Austin’s 2016 Mobility Bond Corridor Program team will be popping up near your neighborhood to share information about the Corridor Mobility Program and the Corridor Mobility Plan for Burnet Road. We hope you’ll drop by to talk with us about potential improvements, ask questions, take a quick survey, and pick up a cool treat or two!
Date: Tuesday, September 19
Time: … Read More
The North Shoal Creek Neighborhood Association will meet:
TUESDAY, SEP 5, 6:30-8:00 PM, PILLOW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL LIBRARY
Election of Nominating Committee
Community Garden and Garden Committee
North Shoal Creek Neighborhood Plan
CodeNEXT … Read More
The City Planning and Zoning Department (PAZ) released the Draft Quality of Life Element (QLE) on June 16, with a deadline of 10 days for comments. Due to the insufficient time for review of the element, plus numerous incorrect and/or objectionable items contained in the draft it was decided that NSCNA should request additional time and submit a revised QLE.
Representatives of NSCNA met with officials from PAZ, other City staff and Council Member Leslie Pool’s staff on July 12 … Read More