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Floodplain Map Update 2017 Print
Monday, 17 April 2017 16:55

A new Floodplain Map has been published for the Upper Brushy Creek Water District - which includes our Lake Creek areas.  Read more

 
Deed Restrictions Print
Wednesday, 29 March 2017 07:43

Do our residential properties have deed restrictions?  Yes, they do.  And also some of the commercial properties in our area.

To find out more about the Deed Restrictions/Restrictive Covenants and how they are placed on property, click here.

For a listing of the Deed Restrictions for our NASWC community neighborhoods, visit our Deed Restrictions page.

 
Pruning Trees - Oak Wilt Information Print
Thursday, 04 February 2016 16:51

Protecting Our Trees and Property Values from Oak Wilt

Don't Prune - February to June

This is the time when our trees are most susceptible to the Oak Wilt disease:
the open wounds attract nitidulid beetles which transmit Oak Wilt disease from one tree to another.

Our neighborhood continues to lose one of its most important assets--the beautiful live oaks and red oaks that form a shady, green canopy over our streets and homes.  Our trees can help reduce utility bills in summer, increase property values and the beauty of our community.  But the spread of Oak Wilt in our NASWC community is a serious threat to the health and beauty of our trees and neighborhoods.  Texas A&M Forest Service recommends that residents not trim oak trees between February 1 and June 30, as this is the time when the  nitidulid beetles which transmit Oak Wilt are most active.  Protect the value of your property by learning about Oak Wilt:  what it is - how it spreads - disease management.  Read more.

NASWC has small yard signs available to remind neighbors not to prune when trees are most susceptible to spread of Oak Wilt.  To request a sign, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

For additional information and links on our NASWC website, click here.

 
T&C Sports Print
Monday, 13 June 2016 07:09

Town and Country Optimist Club
"Play Hard - Play Fair - Have Fun"

T&C Sports - located at 9100 Meadowheath Drive - offers a variety of sports during the year:
basketball - softball - baseball - football - lacrosse - volleyball

For a list of the Spring Sports and Registration info, click here.

 

 

 
Floodplain Map Update Print
Thursday, 23 February 2017 17:14

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.

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.  Slide Presentation (pdf).

 
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