Category Archives: General

Summer 2018 SRCC Newsletter

The Summer 2018 edition of the SRCC Newsletter is being printed and delivery is about to begin. You can also get a head start on reading it here. Complete delivery of the paper newsletter to thousands of homes takes a few … Continue reading

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Norwood Project Open House – June 2

The Norwood Park Foundation would like to invite SRCC residents to a special open house at the Norwood House–just for SRCC neighbors. For those of you who aren’t familiar with the house, it sits at the end of Edgecliff Terrace, … Continue reading

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Curbside Composting Update

The city of Austin is again expanding their curbside composting program. Beginning the week of June 25, 2018, the number of households receiving this service will approximately double. Most of the SRCC area will be included. Complete press release here. … Continue reading

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City of Austin 2016 Mobility Program: South Congress Avenue

On February 27 2018, the City of Austin hosted an Open House to provide information and gather input on the proposed improvements to South Congress Avenue. This project is part of the larger 2016 Mobility Bond program https://data.austintexas.gov/stories/s/2016-Mobility-Bond/9krn-a66r/ that aims … Continue reading

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Transportation Department defends “speed cushions”

Posted from the Austin Monitor. Tuesday, February 13, 2018 by Jack Craver Roads Transportation Department defends ‘speed cushions’ Transportation Director Robert Spillar showed up at a meeting of the Public Safety Commission on Monday to defend “speed cushions,” the traffic-calming … Continue reading

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