UPDATED: Tuesday, May 26 • Photo: downtownaustin.com District 6 will update this page with links to resources regarding short-term and long-term health concerns, economic resilience, and disaster recovery in the wake of coronavirus, aka COVID-19. Bookmark and refer back, as these sites are being updated often. CITY OF AUSTIN COVID-19Read More →

Election Day is Tuesday, November 5! Be sure you know how and where to vote! Travis County Election Locations (with tabs for Early Voting and Election Day Voting) Williamson County Election Locations (enter your address to find Election Day Voting Locations and scroll to find Early Voting Locations) Both counties are utilizingRead More →

Now that Austin’s cool and wet months are (mostly) behind us, it’s again time for seal coat season! That’s right: The Austin Public Works Department is hard at work on extending the lifespan of aging city roads with seal coat, a preventative maintenance that can keep a road functioning for 10Read More →

Homelessness is a triple threat — to public safety, public health, and most notably, a humanitarian crisis. The city and the council have already taken some significant moves to offer care and help keep people off the street, but there is more work to do. There is a debate ragingRead More →

Today, three Council Members and I signed off on a Austin City Council Message Board post spotlighting the need for Council to address difficult questions around Land Use. The post offered by District 1 Council Member Natasha Harper-Madison, District 5 Council Member Ann Kitchen, District 3 Council Member Renteria, and myselfRead More →

It’s very exciting to see so many Council Members in agreement with the City Manager’s approach to reform our land code and that we will quickly be discussing and taking action on key policy issues. It is important that the Council provide clear direction on key policy drivers at theRead More →

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 →

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 →