From the City of Austin: As you may know, a significant amount of material is discarded each year in West Campus during student move-out and move-in from single-family homes and apartments. The City of Austin is working on a collaborative pilot to reduce material discarded in July/August. After several public brainstorming meetings, Austin Resource Recovery … Continue reading City hosts meeting on West Campus move in/out
The Heritage Neighborhood Association Steering Committee will meet next Monday at 6pm at Salvation Pizza. We will be discussing the 2018 calendar, plans for our annual meeting and updates on CodeNEXT. Please feel free to join us. Gretchen Flatau President Heritage Neighborhood Association
Our neighbors at Pioneer Bank are offering 0% interest loans for homeowners earning less than $65,120 a year. We are happy to share this information in case it might be helpful to you! More information on the attached flyer below. Pioneer has been a welcome addition to our neighborhood and a strong partner—offering us free … Continue reading Pioneer Bank offering no-interest repair loans
The following document was reviewed & supported unanimously at the Heritage General Meeting held Monday, October 9, 2017. Heritage Exemplifies the Vision of Imagine Austin The Heritage Neighborhood, located in central Austin and bordered by 29th Street, 38th Street, Guadalupe Street, and North Lamar Boulevard is a diverse, walkable, urban neighborhood. Heritage includes and is … Continue reading Heritage NA shares position on CodeNEXT’s second draft
Heritage Neighborhood Association and Pioneer Bank's National Night Out event on Oct. 3 had a great turnout with a steady flow of folks, including Mayor Pro Tem/District 9 Councilwoman Kathie Tovo. A number of people met for the first time, stayed and and chatted. The whole event would have been even better yet if the … Continue reading National Night Out Fun!
Join your neighbors for a short membership meeting addressing how the latest version of CodeNEXT affects our neighborhood. Below is a draft neighborhood statement that reflects a careful, thorough review of the CodeNEXT draft released last month. The statement will be considered for approval at the meeting: Heritage Neighborhood Association 7 -8 pm, Monday, October 9 … Continue reading Heritage to vote on CodeNEXT position to share with city officials and general public
Dear Neighbor: It's tree planting season! TreeFolks, a local non-profit organization, is offering free trees to our community through its NeighborWoods program. Planting trees decreases energy bills, provides cooling shade during our hot summers, and makes our neighborhood more beautiful. Participation in the program is completely free. The only ‘catch’ is that you have to plant and care … Continue reading Free trees!