The volunteer board of 14 commissioners invite members of the public to an in-person public meeting about Austin’s District 8. At this forum, they will hear from the ICRC (Independent Citizens Redistricting Commission) and the work being done on the … Read the rest
Within the next week, the Corridor Program Office (CPO) will begin construction within city right-of-way of new, westbound shared-use paths (SUPs) along Slaughter Lane between Barstow Avenue and Gorzycki Middle School.
The outer westbound lane within the project limits will … Read the rest
For those that were not able to attend the virtual Tree Care Presentation by Karl Flocke and Amy Geppert, you can watch the presentation by clicking here.… Read the rest
Summer Hours begin June 7, 2021. Click HERE for details.
A Daily COVID-19 Waiver must be submitted online prior to each visit, and on the day of the visit. To fill out an online waiver prior to your pool visit,… Read the rest
Circle C HOA completed an application for a PPP loan and currently waiting to see it has been approved.
What is a PPP loan? PPP is a loan designed to provide a direct incentive for small businesses to keep their … Read the rest
On February 9th, the City of Austin entered Stage 4 of the COVID-19 risked based guidelines. Mayor Adler issued an order Stay Home, Otherwise Be Safe Order through February 16th. To read the order in full, click here
Governor Abbott … 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