Aldridge Place Local Historic District Information

Aldridge Place is an extraordinarily intact historic subdivision in Central Austin that has retained its original appearance and landscape patterns and conveys a vivid and accurate sense of its own history. Aldridge Place is committed to its preservation and on April 29, 2016 requested city designation as a local historic district (LHD). Documents related to […]

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APD Reminders

The Austin Police Department (APD) recommends that if there is a problem or an offense “in progress,” call 911 and make a complaint. In order to have this complaint followed through, the caller must also request an officer come and speak with him/her. For all other calls or complaints 311 is the number for something […]

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Central Austin Combined Neighborhood Planning Area

The Central Austin Combined Neighborhood Planning Area is located in the central part of Austin’s Urban Core. It is composed of the Hancock, North University, and West University Neighborhood Planning Areas. The Central Austin Combined Neighborhood plan was adopted by City Council on August 26, 2004. Learn more…

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Curfews and Noise Levels – Tips

We are an eclectic neighborhood with many kinds of people living here, including students. It is not a predominately student neighborhood, and it is sometimes necessary to remind those who are not permanent residents that they live here alongside permanent residents: families with young children, professionals such as doctors and nurses, UT professors, and older […]

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DUES! DUES! DUES!

This is the time of the year to renew or establish your membership with NUNA. We need your support and your money! Please join NUNA today with a check for $15 per individual, $25 per family or $10 per student. Membership Dues are used for the Annual Fourth of July Parade, signs to promote NUNA […]

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The North University Neighborhood Planning Team

The North University Neighborhood Planning Team was formed as the follow-up group to the neighborhood planning process. This committee is in charge of land use matters for NUNA. The North University Neighborhood Planning Team meets on the second Wednesday of every month at 6:30 p.m. in the AGE Building located at 3710 Cedar St. Meetings are open […]

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VOLUNTEERS WANTED!

A painless way to help your neighborhood 6 times per year is to help with the delivery of the neighborhood newsletter. We need more people to help cover our neighborhood on foot. The newsletter is published every other month. If you are interested in volunteering to deliver newsletters, please contact “Gnome de Plume” (AKA newsletter […]

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Welcome New Neighbors!

You can view the latest version of the North University Welcome Letter here.  For over 100 years the North University Neighborhood has been a thriving, densely populated community with people from all walks of life. Every person contributes to our unique Central Austin community. Since so many of us live in such a small geographic […]

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