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Input requested on Shoal Creek neighborhood plan

Monday, December 4, 2017 by Katy McElroy

A draft North Shoal Creek Neighborhood Plan has been released by the Planning and Zoning Department, and the department is now seeking community input. The plan concerns the shape and character of future development within the area of approximately one square mile, comprising about 3,700 residents, bordered by U.S. Highway 183 to the north, Anderson Lane to the south, Burnet Road to the east and MoPac Expressway to the west. The draft was guided by the Imagine Austin plan principle of “complete communities” and created after a thorough planning process, which included public and small group meetings as well as online surveys. After community input and review, the plan will be submitted to the Planning Commission and City Council for adoption. View the proposed plan here and attend the open house this Saturday, Dec. 9, from 10 a.m. to noon in the Pillow Elementary School cafeteria, 3025 Crosscreek Drive.

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