Notice of Public Hearing for Rezoning - 4306 Red River

Notice of Public Hearing to Amend Neighborhood Plan - 4306 Red River

Hancock Neighborhood Association Agenda – July 18, 2012

Hancock Neighborhood Association Agenda – July 18, 2012

  1. Approval of Minutes from May Meeting
  2. Discussion and Vote on Conditional Use Agreement for Day Care at 905 E. 38th Street
  3. Parks Committee Report
    • Trail Updates
    • Creek Clean-up
  4. Zoning Committee Report
    • 4306 Red River – Report and Vote
    • Concordia Update
  5. Perry Estate Committee Report
  6. Publications Committee Report
  7. HNA CANPAC Appointment (s)
  8. Discussion on Endorsement of 10 – 1 City Council Redistricting Plan
  9. Neighbor of the Year Award – Discussion
  10. Parade Report & Approval to Pay for Parade Costs
  11. Discuss & Vote to Support or Oppose Proposed Short Term Rental Ordinance
  12. Old Business
  13. New Business
  14. Announcements
  15. Adjourn

Notification of Filing for Application for Neighborhood Plan Amendment - 4306 Red River Street

4306 Red River Neighborhood Plan Amendment Meeting - July 9

There will be a city sponsored meeting to discuss an amendment to our neighborhood plan for a property at 4306 Red River. This is the property discussed at the May general meeting and at a June zoning committee meeting where Austin Vintage Guitars wants to open a business at what was previously a beauty salon. The meeting, hosted by the city, is scheduled for July 9th 6:30pm at the Hancock Recreation Center.

Notes from the 6-19-2012 Perry Ad-hoc Committee Meeting

Please Join Us for the 2nd Annual HNA 4th of July Parade and Picnic

On Wednesday, July 4th at 10:00 am, the second annual 4th of July Parade and Picnic will be presented by the Hancock Neighborhood Association.

All families and pets are invited to participate in the parade or to cheer on the participants along the route. The parade route will begin at the Lee Elementary School parking lot on Harris Avenue and travel west on Harris Avenue, north on Woodrow Street, west on Texas Avenue, south on Montrose,and then follow Harris Avenue back to Lee Elementary. At the school we will enjoy watermelon, lemonade, cold water, entertainment for the kids and more!

Dress up your pets, children, wagons, and bikes and join your neighbors in celebrating this festive occasion.

In an effort to keep the cost down, we are asking neighbors to volunteer to provide food and beverages for the event. If you are interested in volunteering or have questions, please contact Cynthia Smith at

Hancock Golf Course Community Engagement Document from PARD

Perry Project Conceptual Images

Perry Project Information

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