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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.
- APD Weekend: No Refusal DWI Enforcement Initiative January 19, 2018
- January 22 to be Designated "HI, HOW ARE YOU?" Day in Austin January 19, 2018
- Asian American Resource Center & South Asian Austin Moms Present Smithsonian Traveling Exhibition: Exploring the History of Indian Americans January 19, 2018
- ViaAir launches Austin-Tucson nonstop from South Terminal January 18, 2018
- AUSTIN CULTURAL ARTS DIVISION PRESENTS SHADOWING January 18, 2018
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Category Archives: Parks and Environment
This past summer, work began at the south end of East Side Dr. on the St. Edwards University property where there was an underground high pressure natural gas pipeline. The pipeline has been there for at least half a century … Continue reading
The City of Austin’s Bond Election Advisory Task Force is seeking public input in advance of offering its recommendations to city council for a bond package to go to voters in 2018. The council specifically directed city staff and the … Continue reading
In 2013, the City of Austin Parks and Recreation Department began an Aquatic Assessment which resulted in a phased approach to aquatic master planning. The Master Plan will help the Parks and Recreation Department decide how to manage aging pools … Continue reading
Thanks to David Todd and his volunteers! Trail signs installed in Blunn Creek Preserve!