Your ballot for the CC&R Amendment Vote is included in your 2nd semi-annual billing statement which includes two options to cast your vote, by paper ballot or electronically. You are able to cast your vote electronically through the website at … Read the rest
The Board approved Phase One of the re-opening of the pools starting June 2, 2020. Phase One allows for lap swimming/aquatics exercise at the Swim Center using a reservation system. Residents are able to register for a 40 minute time … Read the rest
An Oak Wilt Center has been discovered by the CIty of Austin Forester Several Oak trees in the City of Austin right-of-way have been identified as having Oak Wilt around Medfield Ct, Rickerhill Ct, Rickerhill Ln and along Pebble Garden … Read the rest
On June 26th, Mayor Adler issued an order Stay Home, Mask and Otherwise Be Safe through August 15th. To read the order in full, click here.
On June 15, 2020, Austin Mayor Adler extended the Stay at Home/Work Safe … Read the rest
The new ramp from westbound La Crosse Avenue to northbound MoPac is expected to be complete and open to traffic by Saturday morning, Aug 1st, weather permitting. Once the ramp is open, drivers on La Crosse Avenue will be able … Read the rest
As most are aware, the City of Austin is re-writing the Land Development Code (LDC). The CCHOA has been working with Council Member Ellis’s office and city staff over the last several months on the new proposed LDC for clarifications … Read the rest
We meet the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month, 2 p.m. at the Circle C Community Center, 7817 LaCrosse Ave. We enjoy fellowshipping with other caregivers of individuals with various forms of cognitive decline. Sharing a common understanding of … Read the rest
After listening to Circle C residents, and studying the implications of the proposed Austin Strategic Mobility Plan on Circle C, the CCHOA Board of Directors decided to aggressively address segments of the plan that negatively affect the overall quality of … Read the rest
On Tuesday, March 12th, the developers from Cadence Development meet with residents concerning the future commercial development on Archeleta Blvd.
On the west side of Archeleta Blvd there will be an “Active Living” building which will be 4 stories and … Read the rest
The Austin Police Department has been receiving complaints of vehicles driving in the bicycle lane to bypass traffic in the area of Escarpment Blvd and La Crosse Ave, during the morning school drop-off. City Ordinance 12-1-21 addresses this and makes … Read the rest