The Safe Routes to School team wants to hear from parents, students, and residents about improvements to sidewalks, intersections, bike lanes, and other facilities that would help students safely walk and bike to school. Throughout 2018, public meetings were held in Council Districts 1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 8, 9Read More →

Enroll Now! Help Us Spread the Word! It is open enrollment season for health insurance through December 15! Travis County’s health care district, Central Health is here to help folks navigate the 2019 Affordable Care Act (ACA). At the bottom of this post, we’ve included some resources for you toRead More →

Hey, hey, hey, October 22 is the day! Early voting begins in Texas! Remember, Early Voting happens Monday, October 22 through Friday, November 2. That means two full weeks to get your Early Vote on! Be sure you know how, when, and where to cast your ballot. And if youRead More →

As Early Voting and Election Day in the 2018 Mid-Term draw near, so does that inevitable state of panic when you realize you haven’t read up on all the Bonds… and Propositions… and all the things that aren’t people on the ballot. And let’s not kid ourselves, sometimes the wordingRead More →

District 6 projects are moving forward, one culvert, one disc golf course, and one school crossing at a time. While ambitious, long-term projects like Anderson Mill, the Four Points Bypass, and Parmer Lane are keeping apace in our area, some small victories worth celebrating are happening across the district. McNeilRead More →

District 6 curbs are getting another splash of color this week. That green bin delivered to homes throughout the district is a key part of the City of Austin’s Curbside Composting Program expansion. Composting of organic waste plays a big part of the City of Austin’s Zero Waste goal toRead More →

Our District 6 office is working hard to pass a budget that balances necessary and valuable city services while trying to keep the city’s finances stable for the future. To this end, Council Member Flannigan is working hard to find savings within various departments of the City.  While the initialRead More →

Expect nightly lane closures as construction along MoPac ramps up with overnight projects. The Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority hopes to take advantage of the lighter traffic that usually occurs during the summer months. Read More →