Category Archives: Public Safety

Pipeline Problems at St. Edward’s/Sherwood Oaks Neighborhood

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

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City of Austin Flood Recovery Information

We hope that everyone stayed safe during the Memorial Day weekend storms and our thoughts go out to those affected by flooding in the Central Texas area. Please utilize the following online resources to learn more about the recovery effort and how … Continue reading

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Neighborhood Watch and Patrol Update

This past July, SRCC launched a pilot Neighborhood Watch Patrol program in an effort to dramatically increase our impact on the ongoing vehicle and home burglaries in our neighborhood.  The pilot program covers Areas 4a and 4b, two parts of … Continue reading

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Neighborhood Watch Patrol Training

Thursday June 23rd is the second night of the neighborhood watch patrol program training.  It will also be held on Wednesday the 22nd but you only need to attend one. For details, please see – http://www.srccatx.org/?p=440

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Neighborhood Watch Patrol Training

Wednesday June 22nd is the first night of the neighborhood watch patrol program training.  It will also be held on Thursday the 23rd but you only need to attend one. For details, please see – http://www.srccatx.org/?p=440

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