Floodplain Changes Print
Thursday, 09 February 2017 09:54

Floodplain Map Update

A Public Meeting was held on Wednesday, Feb. 22 to inform neighbors about changes to the floodplain maps for our area.  The project was presented by the City of Austin watershed staff with a slide presentation and Q&A.

The City of Austin and other communities within the Upper Brushy Creek Water Control and Improvement District are updating the floodplain maps for the Upper Brushy Creek watershed, including Lake Creek, Rattan Creek and South Brushy Creek. The preliminary maps indicate that some properties have a higher risk of flooding than previously realized. Other properties have a lower risk. Although many of the residents in your neighborhood are probably not affected, some of your residents and homeowners may be. A notice has been mailed  to those whom they think may be affected. Residents can also check an online map to see if they’re affected.

Here are some links for more information:

For more information, contact:

Stephanie Lott
Public Information Specialist Sr.
Watershed Protection Department


Welcome to NASWC Print
Thursday, 21 April 2016 08:19

Neighborhood Association of Southwestern Williamson County

NASWC is a Neighborhood Association (not an HOA) of volunteers who serve our community in Williamson County from Parmer Lane to Hwy. 183 and Anderson Mill Road to Hwy. 620. We invite you to scroll through our menu items to learn more about NASWC and our community, the benefits of membership and the various activities and projects that we support.  Read more

Monthly meetings of the Executive Committee (Officers, Board Members, Committee Chairs) are held on the 2nd Thursday of each month.  Meetings are held at the Jollyville Fire Station on Anderson Mill Road (parking behind the station).  If you are a member of NASWC and would like to learn more about the EC, please come to one of our meetings.

We invite you to get acquainted - get involved - and get to know more about our NASWC community -- click here.

Next Monthly Board Meeting - Thursday, March 9, 2017 at 7:00 pm

Next Quarterly Meeting - Thursday, April27, 2017 - 7:00 pm at T&C Clubhouse
Program:  Williamson County Representatives

What Does NASWC Do?  Click here for "Now & Then" to learn about your Neighborhood Association...we've been working in our neighborhood community since 1994.

Visit the Williamson County Website for county information and to view the current issue of WilCOunty Line Newsletter.

NASWC Scholarship Print
Sunday, 09 February 2014 18:27

The Doreen L. Scholtes Scholarship Award
Applications Accepted through April 30, 2017

The Doreen L. Scholtes Scholarship Awards are available to students graduating from public, private, or home high schools and are to be used to help with expenses of college, university, technical or trade schools.  Students currently enrolled are also eligible to apply.

Click on the NASWC Scholarship link in the Main Menu for more information and to download an application.

2017 February Update - Drainage Project Print
Thursday, 09 February 2017 09:39

The February 2017 Update for the Forest North Drainage Improvement Project has posted.  For more information, contact the Public Involvement Team by calling (512) 943-1195 or emailing This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

All project materials and updates, including any lane or road closures, will be posted on the Forest North Drainage Improvement Project page of the Road Bond website. We encourage you to sign up for news and updates under the “Subscriptions” tab. Forest North Drainage Improvement Project web link: www.roadbond.org/forestnorth

Scam Alert - Austin Energy - Feb 2017 Print
Thursday, 09 February 2017 10:22

Picture of Austin Energy

Scam alert!

Austin Energy warns against phone scammers who demand money to avoid power cutoff


Several Austin residents have reported receiving phone calls from someone claiming to be from Austin Energy, demanding payment of their utility bill within a half-hour,or power will be shut off. If the resident fell for the scam, the scammers presumably would ask for credit card, gift card or bank account information to complete the payment.     READ MORE


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