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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.

Yes
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.

No
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.

No
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.

No
3-1-1 Economic Growth

Neighborhood improvement assistance

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512-974-6439 Public Works

New/Replacement Ground Transportation Equipment

Do you need to add new vehicles or replace existing vehicles to your ground transportation operating authority? Complete the Report of New/Replacement Equipment Form to report your equipment.

No
3-1-1 Transportation

NIGP Commodity Search

Use the City of Austin's online NIGP Commodity Search.

Yes
512-974-2500 Finance

No Lobbying Report

The No Lobbying Report is now a consolidated list, listing solicitations issued by the Purchasing Office, Contract Management Department, and all other delegated authorities. This replaces two separate No Contact Lists; one from Central Purchasing Department and one from Contract Management Department.

View the current No Lobbying Report.

No
512-974-2500 Finance

Other Permits

The Development Services Department (DSD) issues other types of permits for other City Departments

No
Austin 3-1-1

Outdoor Amplified Sound Permits

The City of Austin requires commercial establishments that use sound equipment outdoors to obtain an Outdoor Music Venue Permit (OMV). 

No
Austin 3-1-1

Outdoor Seating and Retail Programs

The City of Austin offers a variety of permit programs for businesses that would like to offer outdoor seating or retail options for their customers, including sidewalk cafes, street patios, and parking lot patios. 

No
Development Services

Park Viewer

The City of Austin has developed a parks viewer using Geographical Information System (GIS) mapping technology that allows you to find parks and facilities in Austin. See a map in street or aerial view of a park by selecting the "streets" or "imagery" button in the top right corner. For additional features, select the "Menu" button in the middle of the screen.

Yes
3-1-1 Parks and Recreation

Parking Services

View the Parking Division services to find information about valet parking, chauffeur permits, limousine and taxicab permits and ground transportation services.

No
3-1-1 Transportation

Parks and Facility Planning

The PARD planning process includes collaboration with community members to identify desired park or facility uses. These plans (formerly called "master plans") include District and Metropolitan Vision Plans, Concept Plans, Facily Plans, and Facility Expansion Plans (Terms and Definitions). PARD staff also reviews other adopted or recognized plans for consistency with the proposed plans.

No
Parks and Recreation

Parks and Recreation Jobs

Our team creates diverse programs and experiences in sustainable natural spaces and public places and offers essential support and maintenance services.

No
Parks and Recreation

Parks Classes and Program Registration

The Austin Parks and Recreation Department provides an online class schedule. You may search the site by location or by category and sort to find a particular program.

Yes
512-974-4040 Austin 3-1-1

Pay Austin Code Fees

View payment options ONLY to the Austin Code Department.

No
Code Compliance

Pay online

Get quick access to a number of departments and services that you can pay online. 

No
3-1-1 Austin 3-1-1

Payment Options and Credits

No
512-974-4800 Municipal Court

Pedestrian Hybrid Beacons

PHBs are pedestrian activated warning devices. The beacon consists of two red lights above a single yellow light. The beacon head is "dark" or unlit until a pedestrian activates the device.

No
3-1-1 Transportation