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South River City Citizens is an Austin, TX, neighborhood association founded in 1972 to give the residents a voice in their community. SRCC covers Travis Heights, South River City, South Congress, St. Edwards and other parts of South Austin (Map Here).
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General membership meetings are held the 1st Monday of the month at 7:15 pm in the Life in the City United Methodist Church, 205 E. Monroe.
- Survey Seeking Public Input for Central Texas Fair Housing Assessment April 19, 2018
- Shoal Creek Restoration (15th-18th Streets) Completion Celebration April 19, 2018
- APD seeks assistance in Murder #11 April 17, 2018
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……part of Keep Austin Beautiful (KAB) Adopt-a- Creek program, in partnership with Austin Watershed Protection
Note: there are about 30 people already on the Stacy Scouts email list to draw on for clean-ups. The need at present is for a new team leader, to organize clean-up days and contact volunteers.
- “Adopt” at least ¼ mile segment of an Austin creek for at least 2 years. In late 2012 the Stacy Scouts adopted Blunn Creek between Big and Little Stacy Parks.
- Conduct at least 4 creek and creek-side cleans-ups per year. Two of these can be in conjunction with KAB Clean Sweep in April and It's My Park Day (Austin Parks Foundation event) in November.
- Guidance for planning cleans-ups and trash collection.
- Supplies – trash bags, gloves, long-handled grabbers, etc,
- Tools and technical assistance for creek restoration projects, removal of non-native plants (e.g. Ligustrum,etc.)
Contact Sandy Booth for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org
SRCC GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING – MINUTES – www.srccatx.org
Monday, April 2, 2018 7:15 PM
LIFE IN THE CITY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
205 E. MONROE, AUSTIN, TEXAS (formerly Grace UMC)
Saturday April 14th is Keep Austin Beautiful Day. This event is hosted each year by Keep Austin Beautiful, and was previously named Clean Sweep. The goal is for volunteers to remove trash and beautify local parks.
This is a great opportunity to spend some time with neighbors and make a difference in the neighborhood.
There are 2 parks within the SRCC area that are participating:
- Heritage Oaks Park is a pocket park in the SRCC area east of I-35. Richard Whymark (email@example.com) gave us an update on this park at the April SRCC meeting. On KAB Day from 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM volunteers are going to clean beer cans out of the bamboo, pull trash out of the pond, and pick up micro-trash from the grass.
- Please join the Blunn Creek Partnership for a Keep Austin Beautiful volunteer day at Blunn Creek Nature Preserve, this coming Saturday, April 14th, from 8:30 AM to noon. We will meet at 1100 St. Edward’s Drive, the southwest entrance to the Preserve, to do another round of removing invasives, planting natives, and doing general clean-up and fix-up. Please come! Thanks, David Todd
Here’s a link to the Keep Austin Beautiful website’s page about KAB Day:
At the April 2nd SRCC General Membership meeting, Marjorie Flanagan with Art in Public Places (AIPP) presented about the AIPP component of the ongoing Little Stacy Park Improvement Project. The presentation included some information about the AIPP program and process, as well as specific thoughts related to the Little Stacy project.
Marjorie is asking for feedback from neighborhood members about the preferred location and goals for the artwork. You can contact Marjorie directly at Marjorie.Flanagan@austintexas.gov. Please provide any feedback by April 30th.
Lisa Robertson, the principal at Travis Heights Elementary, is retiring at the end of this school year. We’ll have a community celebration, Friday, April 27th from 4-6pm. Please spread the word. She has touched many lives in our neighborhood.