How is the Quarter Cent Fund solving traffic and safety issues in District 6? The Quarter Cent Fund is an inter-local agreement between City of Austin and Capital Metro to fund regional mobility and transportation projects. Each Austin City Council district received $1.5 million of the fund to address thoseRead More →

Folks who drive, work, bike, or walk along Anderson Mill Road between Spicewood Parkway and US 183 have noticed the recent parade of construction vehicles and workers clad in reflective vests and hardhats, as work along the Eastbound lanes of the District 6 road has begun. Construction on Anderson MillRead More →

Early Voting is happening now (June 29-July 10) and Primary Election Day is Tuesday, July 14! 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 toRead More →

Bus Stop improvements come to the district Great news, District 6! Cap Metro recently installed new street furniture at another bus stop in our district. Riders now have access to a shelter, bench, and litter containers while they wait for the bus. The new features are at the stop atRead More →

Photo/art: Visit Austin/austintexas.org Local efforts make staying at home more palatable Stay Moving Yoga with Adriene Austin’s own yogi sweetheart, Adriene Mishler, offers an approachable yoga practice free on YouTube. Browse by title or video length on her page. Never yoga’d before? No problem, try Yoga for Complete Beginners. EsquinaRead More →

Photo by Jakob Owens on Unsplash The Joy of Giving As the year draws to a close, our DIstrict 6 office wishes you and yours a most wonderful holiday break for Thanksgiving. Elsewhere on this blog, we’ve updated our list of local D6 (or very close by) restaurants and shopsRead More →

It’s the orangey-est time of year! Time to head to the patch and get to thumpin’. Yes, it’s time to pick-a-punkin! Here’s a round-up of some pumpkin patches in District 6 as well as a few that are just a hop, skip, and a jump away. Listed on many “bestRead More →

Photo: austintexas.gov Part Two of a Three-Part Series by District 6 neighbors Dave Marshall and Nancy Bain A few years ago, one of our Canyon Creek residents, Nancy Bain, had an encounter with a fox near her home. Her experience, shared here, illustrates the predicament that many homeowners face andRead More →