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The Capital City’s park system ranked No. 3 in Texas and No. 44 in the US in ParkScore’s annual report.
The Austin Transit Partnership surveyed Austinites for around two months to inform future routes, costs, connections, and locations.
Did you know the city and county provide interactive GIS maps of Austin to connect you to resources and help you get to know your communities?
Crews brought “The Drum” down without any use of explosives and the site is expected to be clear and ready for redevelopment in September.
We’re taking a look at the last year of life, work, and entertainment in Downtown Austin — what has changed?
The 2023 festival generated $499.9 million toward the local economy, announcing that $8.1 will go toward the Austin Parks Foundation.
Event-goers will take a first look at the art institution’s future.
The City of Austin is asking locals to share their knowledge of Downtown Austin through a new survey to help inform historical elements.
The 21-acre green space has two playgrounds, splash pads, public art, and plenty of space for outdoor activities and community gatherings.
The city has set goals to reduce water usage and waste by setting realistic guidelines for five and 10-year conservation efforts.
Lost Creek, Blue Goose Road, and River Place outparcels voted to leave Austin city limits over the weekend.
Austin may be a loud city, but there are many places Austinites can go to clear their minds and escape the noise of the big city.
We’re saying goodbye to the Frank Erwin Center — which will be gone by fall — with memories of the venue submitted by readers like you.
The project will expand the airport by 75,000 sqft, add plenty of new TSA lanes at Checkpoint 3, and allow for growing demand at Austin-Bergstrom International Airport.
It may be Earth Day, but we’re offering tips and tools for supporting Austin’s thriving urban forest 365 days a year.
Austin City Council will vote on the the next phase as early as May — here’s what you need to know.
Help conserve water and lower the cost of your bills with a rainwater collection system in your backyard.
Spring is here — it’s time to throw open those windows, air out those closets, and give gently used items a new home.
The old home to Texas basketball will be completely gone from the skyline by the end of summer.
The east Austin bridge is nearly six years in the making and recently received $4.12 million in federal grant money.
Mayor Kirk Watson stopped by to proclaim April 10 “Stephen F. Austin Royal Sonesta Hotel Centennial Celebration Day” — say that three times fast.
The park is named after Japanese immigrant Isamu Taniguchi, who is credited with creating parts of Zilker Botanical Garden.
We’re here to make your flying process plane and simple.
A plan for Downtown-like development south of Lady Bird Lake is about a decade in the making, but may reach implementation by this summer.
SXSW 2024 is coming to a close, so we wanted to share a few of the most special moments, innovations, and films that came to town this year.
The city and county plan to prepare for an onslaught of tourists much the same way they would for a major festival.
It’s National Poetry Month, and our readers are invited to submit original poems in a special ATXtoday contest.
Austin Board of Realtors statistics from February 2024 indicate good conditions for both buyers and sellers in the Austin housing market.
Austin City Council approved some key funding elements to help boost Austin’s reclaimed water infrastructure and initiatives through GoPurple.
The series will premiere with artist Chief Cleopatra, followed by episodes with Brother Thunder, Moving Panoramas, and Tomar & the FCs.
Your humble City Editors will be all over the festival this year and we want your help choosing how we should spend our time.
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