Category Archives: East Riverside/Oltorf Combined Contact Team (EROC)

In Oct. 2003, the City included SRCC Areas 6 and 7, located east of I-35, within the E. Riverside/Oltorf Combined Neighborhood Planning Area1 (“EROC”). Thus began SRCC’s involvement in 10 years of neighborhood planning east of I-35. Soon after the EROC Neighborhood Plan was adopted in Nov. 2006, the E. Riverside Corridor Master Planning process began. The E. Riverside Corridor Master Plan was adopted in late Feb. 2010, followed by the E. Riverside Corridor Regulating Plan, which was adopted in late 2013.

SRCC members Dawn Cizmar, Gayle Goff, Toni House, Pastor Fred Krebs, Linda Land and Jean Mather have been members of the EROC Neighborhood Plan Contact Team (“NPCT”) since the adoption of the Neighborhood Plan in 2006. Prior to the adoption of the plan, all were actively involved in the planning process as members of the Advisory Committee.

The purpose of the EROC NPCT is to “preserve and improve the quality of life in our residential neighborhoods, honor the cultural diversity of our residents, be good stewards of the natural environment, support the success of our locally owned business and major employers, and build and maintain a strong sense of community.”2
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1. EROC is comprised of three large planning areas: Riverside NPA(in which Areas 6 and 7 are located); Pleasant Valley NPA; and Parker Lane NPA. The combined NPA encompasses 3,345.54 acres.
2. Adopted E. Riverside/Oltorf Combined Neighborhood Plan, Vision and Goals.

Parkland Dedication Fees Rule Change

The E. Riverside/Oltorf Combined Neighborhood Planning Area, EROC (which includes SRCC Areas 6 & 7 and Heritage Oaks Park), needs your help to save our Parkland Dedication Fees. (Most of EROC is a designated Parkland Deficient Area.) Comments deadline is … Continue reading

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122 Unit Apartment Complex Planned at 1900 Burton/1901 Mariposa

The owners of an apartment complex located at Burton/Mariposa are planning on expanding the number of units they have on their property which may impact the amount of traffic along Woodland. While this development is outside the boundaries of SRCC, … Continue reading

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Petition to Complete Country Club Creek Trail

Petition for completion of the 3-mile Country Club Creek Trail that will stretch through SRCC areas 6 and 7 and connect with the Town Lake Trail: http://www.ipetitions.com/petition/country-club-creek-trail

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E Annie St and Woodland Ave – Notification of Striping Changes

A message from the city about stripping changes… You are receiving this email because you are listed as a neighborhood association or other stakeholder in the area of East Annie Street or Woodland Ave from South Congress Avenue to East … Continue reading

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CANCELLED – April 16th: Community Input on the Future Development of E. Riverside/Oltorf (EROC) Neighborhood Plan

April 16, 2014 meeting re CodeNEXT Community Character in a Box scheduled for 6:30 pm Wednesday at Ruiz Library is CANCELLED.  According to the City website, there will be additional opportunities to participate later this summer.  Please  notify your neighbors … Continue reading

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