Updates on the planning progress to convert Airport Boulevard from an auto-centric corridor into a high-density, walkable stretch of retail and residential development are expected to be made available to the community within the next three months.
Zinger Hardware, which features traditional general store items along with a unique collection of products ranging from indoor and outdoor furniture, toys, kitchen items and paper goods, made a good move last summer.
By spring, Austin City Council is expected to consider adopting a new comprehensive plan that would direct the city’s growth and development over the next 30 years as its population likely doubles to 1.5 million people.
In 2011, Colleyville saw its first gas drilling site, implemented water restrictions and upgraded its residential recycling program. In the future, residents can look forward to new developments and the possibility of repairs to city infrastructure.