Join the annual Park(ing) Day celebration – where folks transform parkings space into temporary "parklets" to promotes public conversation on the need for public, open spaces in urban areas. Applications to make your own mini park are due Sept. 17. Email for additional information.
Boat dock owners are now required to properly address and register their dock with the city. Now through Sept. 30, owners can take advantage of the current grace period as there's no cost to register at this time.
The city's Development Services Department wants your input on proposed changes to the demolition permit process. Want to add your thoughts, but can't attend? Submit them online from Aug. 18 to Sept. 2.
Sat., Aug. 18, 1-3pm; submit online feedback by Sept. 2
Lakeway Municipal Court will dismiss Failure to Appear and Violate Promise to Appear charges under certain conditions from now through Aug. 30. Those who voluntarily turn themselves in to court staff to pay fines will not be arrested. Call Warrant Clerk Martina Brazell for more information.
NFBPA Central Texas Chapter is looking for presentations for this November's Regional Leadership Summit. They're looking for speakers to "energize professionals at all levels to seek their best selves."
Keep Austin Affordable (a coalition of local non-profits, businesses, and neighborhood groups) along with US Congressman Lloyd Doggett, Mayor Steve Adler, and Council members Kathie Tovo, Pio Renteria, Ann Kitchen, and Greg Casar: discuss affordable housing issues to build community support for the $250 million Housing Bond (Proposition A) on star wars empire at war forces of corruption crack chomikuj.pl.
vanilla pudding pie with graham cracker crust Tue., Aug. 21, 6-8pm
Central Health Enterprise and the Central Texas Food Bank will provide Travis County low-income families a healthy, free lunch every weekday for 11 weeks, beginning June 4. A weekend take-home food bag will be available on Fridays.
June 4-Aug. 24. Mon.-Fri., 11am-1pm
Central Health Southeast Health & Wellness Center, 2901 Montopolis
The Austin History Center's latest exhibit spotlights local efforts to create social change over the decades, including the Civil Rights and Women's Liberation movements. Residents are invited to upload personal photos of recent marches and rallies for inclusion.