SRCC Considers Change to Meeting Location and Day

Should we change our meeting place and date? Your input is requested!

SRCC’s current meeting location and day presents challenges in accessibility, parking and scheduling. As a result of feedback from neighbors and a gracious offer by Good Shepherd on the Hill to host our meetings, we are considering making a change.

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Get Involved with Your Neighborhood Association!

The SRCC needs you! Here’s a way to get involved with your neighborhood association. Check out all the things we do—we need your help!

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Travis Heights Art Trail November 2–3

The Travis Heights Art Trail is in its 17th year! This year there are 40 artists at 15 locations. We are excited to have many new artists and new locations this year. See the full website at https://travisheightsarttrail.org/

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Travis Heights Elementary Fall Carnival – Oct. 18th

The THES Fall Carnival will take place in less than 2 weeks on Friday, October 18th, 5-8 PM, at the THES campus on Alameda Drive. 
WE NEED TOYS! Please donate your gently used small toys and stuffed animals for carnival booth prizes. Please leave items in boxes outside the office.

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Project Connect coming to our neighborhood

CapMetro’s Project Connect has proposed two transit routes, the Orange and the Blue Lines, which will cross SRCC. The Blue Line will follow Riverside Drive from the Airport, across Lady Bird Lake between Interstate 35 and Congress Avenue to The University of Texas campus and possibly to Austin Community College Highland campus. You can view a map of the Blue Line here. The Orange Line will use Congress Avenue from Slaughter Lane to Tech Ridge, with stops near St. Edward’s University and South Congress. You can view a map of the Orange Line here. The Orange and Blue Lines will intersect near Congress and Riverside, also in our neighborhood. There will be a public input session on Monday, November 4, 5pm-7:30pm at The Bullock Texas State History Museum.

Here is a link to the flyer for the Project Connect open houses for the Orange Line and Blue Line.

Dates for future open houses. You can learn more about the projects here: https://capmetro.org/participate/

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