To access Standards in pdf, AutoCAD and MicroStation format, click here. You can use the table of contents to locate details by name. This is a temporary location for the standards while the publisher sets up their site to provide all formats.
To access Specifications, you can access the publisher's website here. All other Criteria Manuals and the City Code are also available on the publisher’s website.
Check out our illustration to see how the department is organized.
For your convenience, our map is sold at various bicycle shops around town, but our Bicycle Program staff would also be happy to provide you with a map! Simply visit our office at 505 Barton Springs Road, Suite 700 to get your very own copy. We are also offering water and rip-proof maps for a $5 charge! Contact our bicycle staff for additional info.
|Project Type||Cost Range for Total Project Cost||Neighborhood Share Portion|
|Small||$75,000 or less||40%|
|Medium||$75,000 - $150,000||25%|
|GAP||Case by Case||Case by Case|
A Cost-Shared Project is one in which the City allows the applicant to share the actual cost. Cost sharing can be achieved through:
A Grant Assistance Project is one in which the City applicants apply for matching funds for external grant opportunities.
Created by the Austin City Council, the Neighborhood Partnering Program provides opportunities for community and neighborhood organizations to effect public improvements by sharing in the costs of those efforts with the City of Austin government.
The City allows many different types of projects, some examples are:
The City of Austin uses a Pavement Management Information System (PMIS) to track pavement inventory and performance to coordinate, plan, and forecast pavement needs. The PMIS ensures that the sealcoat method is the most cost effective program for long-term pavement maintenance. The decision to maintain a specific street is primarily based on its age and condition.
Please click here to view our Protected Streets List.
Please call 3-1-1 to find out when a particular street is due for preventative maintenance. To hear which streets are scheduled for the following day, please call the Street Resurfacing Hotline at 974-7878.
Just call 3-1-1 (512-974-2000 outside of Austin) or visit 311's customer service page to make your request.