Following the devastating floods that have impacted Austin over the Memorial Day weekend, the City of Austin is providing resource to small businesses and several volunteer clean-up efforts are taking place.
MetroRail service will resume normal operations beginning with its 3:44 p.m. trip northbound from Downtown Station, completing service to all stations.
Until that time, shuttle buses will continue transporting riders between the Leander, Lakeline and Howard MetroRail Stations.
The People’s Gallery at City Hall is extending its hours this summer! Stop by Friday, May 29th from 6-8 p.m. for an evening walk through the gallery and listen to talks from the exhibit’s artists.
On Thursday, May 28th at 1:15 p.m. Mobility ATX will live stream their conversation on impaired driving.
Google Fiber has announced the first-ever Digital Inclusion Fellowship. Through this pilot program, Google Fiber will work with local community organizations in all eight of its current and upcoming Fiber cities, choosing 16 fellows who will create digital literacy and awareness campaigns.
Following last year’s completion of a $20 million meeting and event space expansion, Hyatt Regency Austin has announced the start of a $12 million renovation and redesign of the hotel’s 448 guest rooms.
The Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (CAMPO) Transportation Policy Board (TPB) adopted the CAMPO 2040 Regional Transportation Plan at its May 11, 2015 meeting. The plan prioritizes the region's transportation funding and guides transportation planning for the next 25 years.
The May 7th Issues and Eggs introduced Austin’s South Central Waterfront Initiative and welcomed Alex Krieger FAIA, an internationally renowned architect, urban designer, Harvard professor, writer, and a global expert on riverfront planning.
As reported last week by Jan Buchholz of the Austin Business Journal, Strategic Hotels & Resorts Inc. announced that it is buying the Four Seasons Hotel Austin for $197 million.
The Austin Transportation Department invites you to an Open House to review and submit comments on the Pressler Street Extension Project Traffic Study draft results.
Discover new art downtown! As part of the 2015 West Austin Studio Tour, Art in Public Places will host a "Public Art Crawl" featuring new public art along 2nd Street. Meet on the southwest side of City Hall plaza (301 W.
Come enjoy a seat at the Austin History Center Association 2015 Spring Fling! This fundraiser benefiting one of our downtown cultural partners will be held Friday, May 15 from 6 - 10 p.m. at the Austin Business Furniture showroom at 9300 United Drive.
Travis Heights Elementary School (Pre-K – 5), located just off of South Congress Avenue, about 2 miles south of downtown, is accepting transfers from other schools in the Austin Independent School District.
The goal of the City of Austin's "Don't Block the Box" campaign, which began on April 6th, is to train drivers not to enter an intersection unless there is room for them to enter the traffic queue on the other side without blocking cross traffic or the pedestrian crosswalk.
The Downtown Austin Alliance, in partnership with the City of Austin and various community stakeholder groups, is hosting an Issues & Eggs forum to gather community feedback as a new vision for Congress Avenue is developed.