How Obama’s housing recommendations are implemented in Austin’s Land Development Code
AURA Members oppose Prop A & B City of Austin ballot propositions.
What we found when reading the first draft of Austin Land Development Code
AURA is a grassroots, all-volunteer organization that advocates for an Austin that is inclusive, open to change, and welcoming to everyone. The first draft of the new Land Development Code is a solid step in the right direction. While any new policy of such complexity and magnitude is bound to have issues, we believe that …
A brief introduction to Austin’s Land Development Code rewrite.
Over the past few months, a proposed plan to rezone the Hancock neighborhood as a Local Historic District has garnered significant community interest. While still in its nascent phases, this is a clear step in the wrong direction for the city, particularly as it struggles to address an increasingly acute housing crisis and encourage density …
North Campus’s density makes it a wonderful place to live for students, seniors, and everything in between.
a zone that can be residential and commercial (although usually not industrial). development in Mueller makes for a great life. The rest of Austin should follow suite.
The AURA Board urges council to adjust the proposed per-ride fee for micromobility vehicles down considerably from the $0.40 proposed by staff to somewhere in the range of $0.10 to $0.15.
West Campus. Wampus. Hell on Earth. Heaven on Earth. Whatever you choose to call it, West Campus is a predominant feature of the University of Texas. On any given day, one can see an abundance of students bustling around the area; walking home from class, mingling with their friends while grabbing a bite of well-deserved fried chicken, …