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MBE/WBE Contract Compliance

The City encourages Bidders to achieve the MBE/WBE participation goals and subgoals.

However, Bidders may comply with the City Code and Rules without achieving the participation goals so long as they make and document Good Faith Efforts that would allow the MBE and WBE participation per MBE/WBE Ordinance and Rules. 

See MBE/WBE Contract Compliance.

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512-974-7600 Small and Minority Business

Meeting Videos

Videos of council meetings are available on the Channel 6 page. Copies of older meeting videos are available to the public in the archives of the Austin History Center.

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3-1-1 Austin 3-1-1

Monitor City of Austin ADA Compliance

The coordinator conducts annual ADA onsite visits with City departments to review accessibility issues, training needs and initiatives.

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512-974-3256 Human Resources

Music on Hold

Music on Hold is one of the City's fun and unique ways of showcasing Austin’s great music—usually in sixty seconds or less. Anytime someone calls into the City telephone system and placed on hold, they will be listening to a well-curated and licensed playlist of Austin music.

If interested in having a song featured on Music on Hold, contact Erica Shamaly for details.

Learn about other City of Austin Music Performance Opportunities for Austin-area musicians and bands.

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512-417-3440 Economic Growth

Music Proclamations

The City of Austin is incredibly proud of our local music culture, and every Austin City Council meeting includes live City Council Music Proclamation performances during the lunch hour, which can be viewed live at ATXN.tv.

Selected performers are bestowed the honor of a “Music Proclamation Day” with an accompanying certificate and their band name permanently included in the City calendar. These musicians will have their own City of Austin “Day” for the rest of their lives, and many have annual celebrations of their day with fans and supporters. 

To be considered for a Music Proclamation, please reach out to your City of Austin Council Member or the Mayor to make a request. To determine your Austin Council District, look up your home address, then contact the corresponding Austin City Council Member's office. Please contact Erica Shamaly for additional information.

Learn about other City of Austin Music Performance Opportunities for Austin-area musicians and bands.

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3-1-1 Economic Growth