NATIONAL NIGHT OUT is our nation’s premiere crime prevention event. This year, it’s Tuesday, Oct. 3, 2017, from 7:00-9:00 pm. North Shoal Creek needs neighbors to step forward and host a block party or other related event for your street. The deadline to register your event is 5:00 pm, Friday, Sept. 15th
For info on registering your block party or other type of event online, go to http://www.austintexas.gov/page/national-night-out-registration#overlay-context=user
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This announcement is copied from the Brentwood Neighborhood Association’s blog. This is a joint Crestview NA and Brentwood NA meeting, but North Shoal Creek residents are invited to attend and can ask questions too.
“Mayor Steve Adler Comes to Brentwood to Discuss CodeNEXT
Wednesday, June 21st • 7pm
Location: Faith Lutheran Church Activity Center at 6600 Woodrow Ave (corner of Woodrow and Ruth)
Mayor Steve Adler will attend our joint meeting with Crestview Neighborhood Association to discuss the new CodeNEXT
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NORTH SHOAL CREEK CHARACTER DISTRICTS
Residential Core (Yellow)
- Characteristic of most single-family areas
- Can include houses of worship, libraries, parks, schools, fire stations, etc.
- Specific character will vary in different parts of Austin
Neighborhood Transition (Gold)
- Mostly residential
- Serves as a buffer between more and less intense areas
- Wide variety of housing (apartments, cottage courts, townhouses, row houses, etc.)
- Depending on local conditions — a small amount offices/ local-serving commercial
Neighborhood Node (Light Purple)
- Mixed use district
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WE NEED YOUR HELP DIGGING IT!
Our next workday is Saturday, May 20th
9:00 AM to Noon
The plan is to start a compost pile and begin putting in a drip irrigation system. Of course, we’ll also do some digging.
PLEASE COME HELP!
To volunteer, just email Sarah Brandon at gardenchair [at] nscna [dot] org and tell her you’ll be there.
Want some more information?
Check out our new Community Garden webpage: www.nscna.org/garden/… Read More