Austin City Council Discusses Pocket Park for the Lamar/Justin Lane Site


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Residents from the Crestview Neighborhood Association and the Brentwood Neighborhood Association in Austin, Texas expressed a desire to use a 5.5 acre, city-owned, piece of land, for a new park. According to an agenda from the Austin City Council, a resolution to evaluate the feasibility of using property located at 6909 Ryan Drive, for the creation of a pocket park, was brought before the council.

The council approved the resolution and the result is a report which outlines the community vision, the current regulatory authority, existing conditions and development scenarios, and open space opportunities, among other items.

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Austin City Council Agenda, January 17, 2013

The Austin City Council discussed item (no. 54) on the agenda, a resolution which asks the city manager to evaluate the feasibility of converting a city-owned piece of property into a pocket park.

Resolution for Pocket Park in Austin

In this resolution, the Austin City Council asks that the city manager evaluate whether 6909 Ryan Drive, a city-owned property, should be used for an energy-efficient, affordable housing project, with a pocket park or whether the entire piece of land should be used for a park.

Development Scenario Report: Lamar/Justin Lane Austin Energy Site at 6909 Ryan Drive



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of Latinos live within walking distance (<1 mile) of a park

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