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Dear Friends,

We are excited to share the latest updates and events for the Colony Park Sustainable Community.

On May 8, Catellus Development Corporation submitted their proposal to the City of Austin as the shortlisted developer vying to serve as the Colony Park Master Developer.

Over the summer, City staff along with one Community stakeholder, will review and evaluate the proposal. In addition to the proposal, Catellus submitted a video presentation that was shown at the Colony Park Public Open House on May 24. Over 100 attendees scored the video and provided questions and comments. Input gathered during the event will contribute toward the evaluation of the developer's proposal and comments/questions received at the event will be addressed at our next public meeting.  


Thanks again for your continued support. We'll be back in August with more updates.

Have a great summer!  

PUBLIC MEETING UPDATE
Community Video Presentation

Thank you to everyone that joined us for our public meeting on May 24. A special thanks to all our partners and vendors that made this event possible. 

Close to 300 community members attended the event to view the Community Video Presentation and celebrate the Grand Opening of the Northeast Health Resource Center.

If you missed the event, here's a sneak peak of the fun! You can also view a video interview produced by ATXN with our key project staff and partners. 

SAVE THE DATE 
Public Meeting #2

Join us for our next public meeting scheduled for Saturday, September 8. Members of the community will have an opportunity to meet the team of Catellus Development Corporation. A presentation will also be given to respond to questions and comments received during our May 24 event.

Stay tuned for more details!

COMING SOON
Economic Development Survey

Travis County is currently preparing its first countywide Economic Development Strategy and will be sending out a survey to county residents in July.

More updates will be posted soon!

COMMUNITY EVENT 
Back–to–School Bash

Central Health and partners are sponsoring a Back-to-School Bash to help students in Northeast Travis County prepare for a successful return to school.

Mark Your Calendars!
Saturday, August 25 

10:00am–1:00pm
Turner-Roberts Recreation Center

The event will include free backpacks, school supplies, food and refreshment, as well as, a resource fair that includes services available for students and families throughout the year.

For more information, please email: Liliana.Ordonez@centralhealth.net

COMMUNITY SURVEY
Walter E. Long Metropolitan Park

The Austin Parks and Recreation Department invites the community to complete a new public survey. 

The survey asks for the public's feedback on four park alternatives and takes about 5 to 10 minutes to complete. The survey closes on June 20.   

Complete the English survey here.
Complete the Spanish survey here.

For more information, go to the project website

HEALTH SERVICES
Northeast Health Resource Center 

The Northeast Health Resource Center is OPEN

Students and families are invited to visit the Center, located at Volma Overton Elementary, Portable B


The Center offers:
  • Health Screenings
  • Diabetes Education
  • WIC Services
  • Health Care Enrollment Assistance
CommUnity Care Health Center will also be providing primary care services beginning June 7.

A calendar of services for June can be found here.

Center Hours:
Monday–Thursday: 3:00–8:00pm
Saturday: 9:00am–2:00pm

The Northeast Health Resource Center is made possible through the collaboration of Central  Health, Austin Public Health, Travis County Health & Human Services, CommUnity Care Health Centers, and Austin Independent School District. 

COLONY PARK DISTRICT PARK
Art in Public Places

After a competitive application process, Tyson Davis was selected as the local artist to design the artwork for the new Colony Park District Park.   

Prior to starting his artwork, Tyson will be engaging with the community to learn more about residents' most memorable moments. Tyson will be making several appearances in Colony Park and at the Turner-Roberts Recreation Center to gather inspiration. 

BUS SERVICE CHANGE
Capital Metro

On June 3, Capital Metro introduced a simpler bus system with more direct routes and more frequent services across the city.

During the Summer 2018, all kids 18 years old and younger ride all Cap Metro services free of charge! Students with school-issued IDs can simply show their ID cards to the bus operator or fare inspector. 

Visit www.capmetro.org for the latest updates and changes. 
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