North Shoal Creek Neighborhood Plan Meeting #2 on 11/5

The North Shoal Creek neighborhood planning area includes
everything surrounded by US 183, Burnet Road, Anderson Lane, and Mopac. We
invite every resident, business, and property owner in the neighborhood to join
us. At the first meeting we discussed what makes a complete community. The
second meeting will focus on how you travel within and outside of your
neighborhood. The meeting is on
Saturday, November 5th,
2016, from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM at the Pillow Elementary School cafeteria.
Please join us for refreshments and a conversation with your fellow residents
about your neighborhood. Additional meetings will come in December and next

In addition to the upcoming meetings, please visit the North Shoal Creek Plan web page for more
information about the neighborhood and the planning process. Results from
meetings and surveys will be posted shortly after they wrap up. Sign up to be
notified of future events for the North Shoal Creek Neighborhood Plan on the
web site.

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The official announcement from the City just came out yesterday on this event (which also notes the date of the next & 3^rd event:

The City of Austin Planning and Zoning Department has recently begun working with residents to develop the North Shoal Creek Neighborhood Plan. All community members are welcome to the second neighborhood workshop, from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, Nov. 5, in the Pillow Elementary cafeteria, 3025 Crosscreek Drive

The North Shoal Creek Neighborhood Plan will guide the form, location and character of future development in the approximately 1-square mile area bounded by Burnet Road to the east; Anderson Lane to the south; MoPac Expressway to the west; and U.S. 183 to the north. The planning area includes approximately 3,700 residents…

Following the Nov. 5 meeting, the next workshop will be Dec. 3 and will focus on community character – shaping the form and character of public spaces and districts within the neighborhood. Once adopted, the North Shoal Creek Neighborhood Plan will be used as a policy guide for future decision-making in the planning area.

For more information on the planning process and upcoming meetings, contact Jeff Engstrom at 512-974-1621 or visit