Category Archives: water

Stormwater, potable water, and wastewater

North Lamar / Georgian Acres sponsorships and donations

The North Lamar/Georgian Acres neighborhood team can develop a sponsorship to meet your interest and your desire for recognition or anonymity – landscaping a neighborhood entrance, multilingual child safety outreach materials, classes on health topics, youth sports teams, … Let … Continue reading

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Brownie Grow Zone update / zona de crecimiento actualización

It’s been one year since the Brownie grow zone restoration plan was approved. El plan de restauración de la zona de crecimiento Brownie fue aprobado hace un año. Thanks to all the volunteers and parkgoers who have planted, watered, picked … Continue reading

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Brownie Grow Zone Restoration / Restauración de la zona de crecimiento

We now have an approved grow zone restoration plan. This means that we can move forward with making the creek a beautiful and safe green space for our neighborhood. Thanks to everybody who worked on the plan! Cover page and … Continue reading

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Stormwater and Flooding / Aguas pluviales y inundaciones

September 27, 2016 Follow-up from Watershed Protection Department Information on Stormwater Discharge Permit Program (SDPP), including a list of neighborhood businesses currently permitted under SDPP, stormwater discharge inspections conducted in the neighborhood since June 2014, and a list of business … Continue reading

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Little Walnut Creek water gauge

Our neighborhood has its own USGS stream gauge, in Little Walnut Creek where it passes under Georgian. Watch the water rise More info about water quality in our creek Like our stream gauge on Facebook.

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City-facilitated neighborhood planning process

From fall 2007 through early summer 2010, the City of Austin facilitated a planning process for our neighborhood. This process generated many maps, surveys, and other documents. Kickoff November 2007 Kickoff presentation Kickoff notes First Workshop December 2007 Initial survey … Continue reading

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Flood Plain Maps

More information from the City of Austin Flood plain map

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