The parade starts at 9:00 a.m. in front of Pillow Elementary School. After the parade ends, the party continues beneath the pavilion behind the school. Dress in your patriotic best and decorate your bicycles, tricycles, strollers, and pets!
Free Mom & Pop’s All-Natural Frozen Pops and Tiff’s Treats cookies
Parade starts at 9:00 a.m.! Everyone is invited! Free ice cream! Take your picture with a real fire truck!
The parade starts at 9:00 a.m. in front of Pillow Elementary School. After the parade ends, the party continues beneath the pavilion behind the school. Dress in your patriotic best and decorate your bicycles, tricycles, strollers, and pets!… Read More
The City of Austin has contracted with Joe Bland Construction to upgrade a portion of the water and wastewater line on Steck.
Where: The project will start at the Steck/Daleview intersection and continue east to the Steck/Rockwood intersection. Then the upgrade turns north on Rockwood for about 400 linear feet to the box culvert on Rockwood.
When: Work on the Steck section begins May 9 and is expected to extend to the end of June. Work on the Rockwood section … Read More
This map, from the City of Austin’s 2022 Mobility Annual Plan, shows in green sidewalks to be constructed in North Shoal Creek in 2022 and in red sidewalks to be constructed between 2023 and 2025. For more information about the City’s Mobility Annual Plan, including an interactive map showing what projects are planned throughout Austin, please use this link: Mobility Annual Plan | Open Data | City of Austin Texas
We’re updating our website, so don’t be surprised if some of our pages start looking different. There may be short periods when we’re temporarily out-of-service. Our goal is to give you more info and to delete out-of-date info.… Read More
Pillow’s principal, Dinorah De La Torre-Salazar, attended NSCNA’s March 1 membership meeting and spoke about traffic congestion in the afternoons when school is dismissed and parents arrive to pick up children (from about 2:30-3:50 pm, with the worst between 2:55 and 3:50).
Children are now back in class and that, in combination with the safety features recently put in on Crosscreek by the City of Austin’s Safe Routes to School Program, means that there is less street parking for parents. … Read More
REMINDER: NEW DEMOLITION NOTIFICATION PROCESS IN EFFECT
New Permitting, Notification and Inspection Procedures Required for Demolition
The City of Austin Development Services Department (DSD) wants to ensure area contractors and demolition customers have the information and resources needed to comply with new project requirements, which went into effect October 1, 2021.