North Austin Civic Association

Roads to the Future

These links guide you to vital government and community websites, and connect you to plans, projects and proposals for your NACA neighborhood.

The NACA Neighborhood Plan

The North Austin Civic Association Neighborhood Plan is the result of a collaborative effort between neighborhood residents, businesses, property owners and non-profit organizations, with support from city staff.

Included in the Plan is an entertaining history of the neighborhood and its Fiskville roots, a description of land usage and the diversity of its residents, and priorities for its continued growth, development and safety. A must read for anyone interested in the future of the NACA area.

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McCombs School of Business Survey
NACA Neighborhood Goals

Zoning Information

Follow these simple steps to find how a property is zoned:

Click this link to go to the City of Austin Viewer. Then click the Address button in the left column. Type the address in the field the appears at the bottom. When the map changes to display the address, click the Zoning Map button.

For more details, click Zoning Profile, then click/drag your mouse to select the area of the address. A window will open with the specifics for the area.

General information on zoning may be found at Neighborhood Planning & Zoning Resources.

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Little Walnut Creek Library
835 West Rundberg

The Little Walnut Creek branch of the Austin Public Library is geared toward the location, diversity and interests of the residents of NACA. It has has been the recipient of a lot of neighborhood support and improvements over the years, making it one of the brightest stars in the Library system.
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Austin Neighborhoods Council

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The Austin Neighborhoods Council was formed in 1973 to unite the many neighborhood associations of Austin and support mutual interests. It is active in all levels of municipal government and serves as a forum and advocate for all communities in the Austin area.

To learn more about the Austin Neighborhoods Council, visit the
ANC homepage.

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Austin Clean Water Program


The City of Austin is under an Administrative Order from the US Environmental Protection Agency to eliminate sanitary sewer overflows within its jurisdiction. There are five sanitary sewer system improvement projects slated for the NACA area.

ACWP has set up a hotline and there is information about the project on the City web site.
Hotline number: 684-3204

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Governments and Services

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> City of Austin

> Austin Police Department > Austin-Bergstrom International Airport

> Austin Independent School District
> The University of Texas at Austin

> Capital Metro Homepage
> Travis County
> State of Texas > Department of Public Safety (DPS)

> Comptroller of Public Accounts > Attorney General of Texas > Texas Legislature Online
> Better Business Bureau
> Other State and Local Governments on the Net

Compiled by Keith Huntsman. First edition August, 2006. Updated August, 2008.