It’s Spring Festival Season in Austin. Hold on to your bluebonnets. Whether you’re looking to come into downtown to dig in the festival or you’re avoiding the influx of humanities like the plague, the City’s Austin Center for Events (ACE) has resources to help you get there, avoid there, orRead More →

Welcome to 2019, and welcome to a new year of meetings of the NW Austin Coalition! Mark your calendars for the fourth Monday of each month, for the monthly gathering to learn about and discuss the developments of City of Austin and regional projects. Invite your friends, and make aRead More →

Last month we saw historic numbers in voter participation in a mid-term election. Let’s keep that momentum going for the runoff! Early voting for the runoffs has begun in Texas! Early voting for the 2018 Runoff begins Thursday, Nov. 29 and runs through Friday, Dec. 7. That’s one week andRead More →

What to do? What to do with that gallery of campaign yard signs poking out of your lawn? Why, recycle them, of course! Check out these Recycling Do’s and Don’ts (plus a few bonus hints) of how to move those signs on to their next lives and make your grassRead More →

The confluence of fresh Barton Springs water flowing into muddy Lady Bird Lake. photo courtesy JTPics Latest UPDATE: 10/28, 4pm Austin Water Boil Order Is Lifted Austin Water has lifted the boil water notice that has been in place since Monday, Oct. 22, 2018. Customers no longer need to boil waterRead More →

Today, Thursday, October 18, 2018 the Lower Colorado River Authority is slated to open the Mansfield Dam floodgates above Lake Austin. This will have a great impact on our area. Check out KUT’s coverage for context and some resources. This week’s rain events, compounded by severe flooding in the HighlandRead More →