North Shoal Creek Neighborhood Plan Draft Element Releases
The Planning and Zoning Department is pleased to announce the release of draft plan content for the North Shoal Creek Neighborhood Plan. The four main elements of the plan will be released over the next few weeks. The draft elements on release contain only the main body text, including Goals, Priorities, and Actions. Instead of releasing a complete draft of the plan, draft elements will be released in digestible portions, giving stakeholders a ten day period to review each element. As each element is released, this web page will be updated. Below is a list of the four draft plan elements, along with a key contact for each element. Please direct comments for each element to the listed contact, via email or telephone. Following the comment period for all four draft elements, there will be an Open House for the plan in August, 2017.
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.