Correction: Round Rock Police Foundation fundraising event not open to public
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The nonprofit partners with long-term care facilities in Williamson County to connect with elderly residents.
Austin City Hall notebook: Council to look at downtown safety, homelessness and budgeting in return from meetings break
The first regular council meeting since mid-June features a packed agenda and opportunity for resident feedback on Austin's proposed budget.
The project will build stormwater drainage infrastructure to direct water into Cluck Creek. It would be along Monarch Drive between Cedar Park Drive and Lonestar Drive.
Pflugerville City Council considered options for emergency medical services, or EMS, and advanced life support, or ALS, as part of a process in part necessitated by ongoing talks with Travis County Emergency Services District No. 2 during a July 27 meeting.
APH also mirrors the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's latest guidance for vaccinated individuals to wear masks in some circumstances.
A 43-acre plat of undeveloped land west of the Living Spaces warehouse in Pflugerville has been rezoned to allow for more flexibility for future development.
The budget draft includes sales tax revenues totaling $23.9 million, and the city plans to add about 51 new positions.
Early voting for the Nov. 2 election will be Oct. 18-29.
The East and Southwest Austin representatives shared their thoughts on the process one week after city properties in their districts were tapped as workable encampment sites.
Lake Travis ISD Superintendent Paul Norton addressed plans for the 2021-22 school year in a July 27 letter to the community.
A variety of in-person and virtual events are happening around Austin this summer.
Local experts say a "perfect storm" of construction obstacles continue to restrict home supply.