Friends of Hyde Park recently voted on 3 resolutions and our 2017 board elections. I’ve included the voting results below. 101 people voted total out of our 372 members. The full voting results and full text of all resolutions can be found here: http://friendsofhydepark.atxfriends.org/record-of-votes/ Relaxing Quack’s and Neighborhood Business Parking Requirements: Passed with 91 out[…]
Friends of Hyde Park and Friends of Austin Neighborhoods (FAN) are co-hosting a CodeNEXT Q&A with Paul DiGiuseppe (Principal Planner at Austin Planning and Review Department) and Jorge Rousselin (Austin Planning and Zoning Department). If you’re curious about what the CodeNEXT test areas are all about, how to get involved in the CodeNEXT process, or[…]
One of the most commonly heard concerns from ADU detractors seems to be off-street parking. It is a valid concern, and one that should be taken into consideration when making important decisions regarding ADU regulation. There are two issues to consider when talking about off-street parking and ADUs: How many cars will be added to[…]
Friends of Hyde Park has partnered with Bike Austin, Quacks and JuiceLand to create our own fueling station here in the hood for those participating. For those of you that don’t know, Bike to Work Day will be happening on Friday, May 15th. There will be fueling stations all across the city providing food, drinks[…]
We encourage our members to promote Friends of Hyde Park. Here’s an Outreach Flyer that you can download, print, and pass out!