In Southwest Austin, city staffers are reaching out to members of the community to determine what residents would like to see incorporated into CodeNext, the process of revising the city’s land development code.
The San Jacinto River Authority is preparing for the next phase of road construction as one segment nears completion. Beginning in January, all southbound lanes of Grogan’s Mill Road between Research Forest Drive and Woodlands Parkway will be closed
Central Health, Travis County’s health care district for the underinsured and uninsured, hosted the Transforming Health Care in Central Texas event Nov. 21 to highlight major health care projects that will take place as a result of Proposition 1.
The Hays CISD committee charged with recommending projects for a potential bond arrived at a $59.3 million option on Nov. 21. The proposal calls for the construction of a new middle school and technology upgrades, among other improvements.
More than 600 Austin-area students are collecting food and coats for the Capital Area Food Bank of Texas and Coats for Kids in preparation for local nonprofit A Legacy of Giving’s Day of Service on Nov. 26.
Body anew Wellness Center, which opened in October as an addition to Body anew Medical Spa, is now offering a unique style of testing that can determine foods people are allergic to through a food sensitivity test.
The final say on what sites will be getting Google Fiber through the Community Connections program is postponed until December after several council members wanted to take a closer look at the tentative list.
The majority of construction at the Austin Community College Hays campus in Kyle has been completed, and ACC officials said on Nov. 21 that 565 students have already registered for spring classes at the campus.