The City of Austin invites members of the community to attend the first public meeting regarding the 2016 Mobility Bond Project on Spicewood Springs Road. The meeting will be held Tuesday, September 26, at 7 p.m. at Westover Church of Christ (8322 Mesa Drive, Austin, TX 78759).
The focus of the meeting will be educating the community about the project timeline, scope and process. Attendees will also have an opportunity to ask questions about the project and provide comments related to their experiences using Spicewood Springs Road.
Recognizing there are other events scheduled for that evening (congratulations Murchison Middle School on your 50th Anniversary!), the City has additional opportunities for residents who wish to participate or learn about the project:
Residents can leave comments about existing conditions on the online feedback tool starting on Monday, Sept. 25.
Watch or view the presentation and read the audience Q&A
Staff will post a video of the presentation and a PDF of the slides from the public meeting online on Oct. 2.
Email us your question or request a small-group presentation
Can’t attend or didn’t get your question answered at the public meeting? Email Cheyenne.Krause@AustinTexas.gov to submit another question or ask for a small-group presentation at your Neighborhood Association, book club, church group, etc!
Stay tuned for more opportunities to engage on the Spicewood Springs Road project
Visit the website to subscribe to the Spicewood Springs Road update list and learn about additional meetings or opportunities to get involved.
The 2016 Mobility Bond provides $17 million for preliminary engineering, design and construction of safety and mobility improvements on Spicewood Springs Road between Loop 360 and Mesa Drive. Improvements have not been designed but may include expansion from a two-lane section to a four-lane divided roadway, along with signals, sidewalks, bike facilities, and driveway reconstruction.
For more information about the 2016 Mobility Bond, visit AustinTexas.gov/2016Bond.