New office project coming to South Lamar
Rendering courtesy Michael Hsu Office of Architecture
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By Jack Flagler |
By Jack Flagler
The first round of funding will support programs initially established with Coronavirus Relief Funds.
The Lions Municipal Golf Course is part of a University of Texas-owned property that may be rezoned by the city of Austin over the coming months.
Agenda items will be announced before the session begins, according to a release from the governor's office.
The Austin Symphony's Fourth of July fireworks show is back this year at Vic Mathias Shores.
The interactive outdoor art exhibit was originally part of the popular "Fortlandia" event at the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center in 2020.
Public feedback process now open for rezoning of 4 UT-owned properties, including West Austin's Muny golf course
An initial public engagement session covering the Brackenridge tracts, where Muny is located, will be held June 21.
Springdale Green developers detail plans for recently approved East Austin office and restoration project
The site will include a pair of six-story office towers and nearly 20 acres of restored natural space with an expected completion date set for late 2023.
Office of Police Oversight report finds complaints against Austin police officers went up, but discipline fell in 2020
The new report centers on the office's three main functions, including tracking APD officer discipline, reviewing the city's police policies, and engaging with Austin residents.
For the past five months, grassroots volunteer groups have been working to connect thousands of Central Texans to COVID-19 vaccines.
The project, funded by a 2018 Bond, will cause some lane closures
Owner of Austin-area shopping centers files for bankruptcy; entertainment complex coming to Cedar Park and more top area news
Read the top business and community news from the past week from the Central Texas area.
Commissioners directed staff this week to develop a plan to fully electrify Travis County's fleet of vehicles, a leading source of greenhouse gas emissions for the county.