ALERT! Zoning Change to our Neighborhood

The City of Austin will vote to upzone nearly every home in our neighborhood on December 9th.
SPEAK OUT if you do not agree:

  • Meeting with Mayor, Friday Dec. 6th 5:30pm at City Hall.
  • Public Hearing at City Council, Saturday Dec. 7th 10am.

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Welcome to the South River City Citizens!

Our next meeting will be on Monday, December 2nd at 7:15 pm at Life in the City United Methodist Church at 205 East Monroe St. All are welcome! Interested in updates from SRCC? Sign up for our Monthly Update emails to get updates on local events and key issues. Want to be a voting member? Click here for  membership details .

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Zoning Change Slide Show

Barbara McArthur of Community Not Commodity presented detailed information on what the new zoning with do to our neighborhood and the city, and why it will be a disaster. Click here for the presentation.

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Meet with Mayor on Zoning Friday Dec. 6th at 5:30pm

Mayor Steve Adler has agreed to a joint meeting with SRCC and the Bouldin Creek Neighborhood Association this coming Friday, Dec. 6th, 5:30pm at City Hall (arrive early!). Free parking is available below City Hall (enter from Guadalupe St.), simply bring your ticket to be validated.

The meeting will cover issues related to the extensive upzoning proposed for our neighborhoods. See information about upzoning.

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Speak Out on Zoning to City Council Saturday, Dec. 7th

Austin City Council will hold a city-wide public hearing on the proposed re-zoning of Austin, this Saturday, December 7th beginning at 10 a.m. Free parking is available below City Hall (enter from Guadalupe St.), simply bring your ticket to be validated.

For those wishing to speak to Council, you will need to register for public comment. See information about upzoning.

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New Flood Maps

The National Weather Service has completed a historical rainfall study, called Atlas 14. This study shows that Central Texas is more likely to experience larger storms and resulting flooding than previously thought. A change to City code is proposed to protect the public from flooding; an interim 100-year floodplain will be based on the current 500-year floodplain. See the presentation.

For more information, see the city Watershed Protection Department site.

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SRCC General Membership Meeting Agenda – December 2019

SRCC GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING  (www.srccatx.org)
Monday, December 2, 2019     7:15 PM

LIFE IN THE CITY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH (formerly Grace UMC)
205 E. MONROE, AUSTIN, TEXAS

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