Farm & City Policy Hacking: eTOD in Austin

Farm & City will be “policy hacking” on Thursday, August 5th at 4pm central/3 pm Mountain as it brings stakeholders together to talk about the future of equitable Transit-Oriented Development (eTOD) in Austin, and what successful reform of land development and regional planning could mean for affordable housing options and economic opportunity for the people of the Austin region.

See new research focused on Austin’s land development code from the Rocky Mountain Institute, and Farm & City will also share its own work to help all Texas metro regions incorporate eTOD into equitable, sustainable regional growth strategies.

Zoom registration: : Meeting Registration - Zoom
Free and open to the public

Policy Hacking is a monthly Farm & City virtual gathering designed to disassemble, shake up, and figure out how to fix important public policy challenges across Texas. Farm & City seeks to engage and support citizen advocacy in local communities with viable solutions to pressing problems.