North Shoal Creek Neighborhood Plan Public Hearing at City Council on August 9
The draft North Shoal Creek Neighborhood Plan was recommended for approval by the Planning Commission on June 12th. City Council is scheduled to hold a public hearing to review the plan on August 9th in City Council Chambers at City Hall (301 West 2nd Street, Austin, Texas). The draft plan is available for review in PDF format (12MB file), with Planning Commission’s changes highlighted on pages 18, 19, and 71. The draft plan will also be available for review at the North Village Branch Library. The draft FLUM is available here. Comments from the Open House and Final Survey are available here.
The North Shoal Creek neighborhood planning area is bounded by Anderson Lane, Mopac, US 183, & Burnet Road.
When completed, this plan will offer strategies and recommendations to guide North Shoal Creek into becoming a more Complete Community, as described in the the Imagine Austin Comprehensive Plan. A Complete Community is one which:
Provides access to employment, shopping, learning, open space, recreation, amenities and services
Accommodates people of all ages: children at every stage of their development, young adults and their families, and seniors aging in the neighborhoods where they raised their families
Is easy to travel about and to local destinations by walking, biking, transit, and/or by car.
Planning Process and Community Input
Staff has compiled this PDF document containing a summary of meeting exercises and survey results. Links to full results are available on this page.