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Please Keep Sidewalks Clear of Overgrown Bushes and Trees

As more residents are walking and cycling in the neighborhood, Austin Public Works is asking us to help keep streets and sidewalks clear of overgrown trees and vegetation.

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Free COVID-19 Neighborhood Testing Available!

Come by these FREE neighborhood testing locations in areas with highest need! Southeast Branch – Austin Public Library - 5803 Nuckols Crossing Rd. Given District Park – 3811 E 12th St. Little Walnut Creek Branch – Austin Public Library – 835 … Continue reading

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Protected Bike Lanes Coming to So. Congress (Wasson Rd to Live Oak St)

This month, the Austin Transportation Department (ATD) is initiating work to add physical protection to the bike lanes on both sides of Congress Ave. between Wasson Rd. and Live Oak St. The bike lanes will be protected using flexible posts.  The first … Continue reading

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Welcome to South River City Citizens!

In-person general membership meetings are currently postponed until further notice, due to the pandemic. Sign up for our Monthly Update emails to hear about our next online meeting as well as local events and key issues. Want to be a … Continue reading

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Magic Portal Coming to Little Stacy Park

Austin’s Art in Public Places program has awarded an art project for Little Stacy Park to James Edward Talbot, an architect and well-known artist, a neighbor from Bouldin. The project is in the final stages of production and will be … Continue reading

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