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Official distribution memos provide updates and status reports on City issues and programs to the mayor, council, and City staff. View memos online. For memos from before January 2009, contact the City's Media Relations Team.

If you need assistance with a story, please check the list for departmental media contact names, emails, and phone numbers.

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The Texas Public Information Act gives you the right to access all government records, except where certain exceptions apply. The public information officer may not ask you why you want the records. Visit the Austin Public Records Center to request public records online.

Bring your valued voice to the table about a number of topics and initiatives. Visit SpeakUp Austin! to share your ideas and feedback.

How to contact the City, including departmental addresses and phone numbers. 

The Media Center is a central hub of information for Austin residents and media about the City of Austin, designed to help keep our community informed and involved in City government.

The City of Austin's Open Data Portal provides easy access to open data and information about your City government. We encourage the use of this public data to spark innovation, promote public collaboration, increase government transparency, and inform decision making.

Attending a City Council meeting or contacting your representative are only a couple of ways to impact your local government. The City of Austin provides some alternative ways to participate