Photo: Dennis Murphy/Flickr Creative Commons Part Three of a Three-Part Series by District 6 neighbors Dave Marshall and Nancy Bain How to respond to foxes in your neighborhood – suggestions from the Austin Animal Center Here is some information from Adrienne Clark, Animal Protection Officer–Wildlife, Austin Animal Center. Adrienne encouragesRead 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 →

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 →

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 →

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 →