Joint Arts and Music Commission MeetingEconomic Development Offices, 5202 E. Ben White, Suite 400
Saturday, November 16, 11:00 am
Please join us for a Joint Arts and Music Commission Meeting to learn about the Joint Music and Arts Commission Working Group recommendations on use of the $12M Creative Space Bond fun
ds. This meeting will be recorded and available afterwards. More information on the meeting will be available early next week.
Click Link below to view: DRAFT Sample Bond RFP (Request for Proposal) Criteria
Click Link below to view: DRAFT Bond Working Group Recommendations
The City of Austin is Committed to Compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Reasonable Modifications and Equal Access to Communications will be provided upon request. ASL Interpretation services can be coordinated by request. For ASL services, call our TDD/TTY number 512-972-9848 or Anne-Marie McKaskle at AnneMarie.McKaskle@austintexas.gov or 512-784-1704 for questions or assistance.
Joint Arts and Music Commission MeetingThe public is invited to attend a joint Arts and Music Commission Meeting at the American Resource Center (8401 Cameron Rd) on Saturday, June 8, 2019 from 10 a.m.–1 p.m. regarding use of approved bond funds for creative space acquisition and improvements. Community input at this meeting will help the City determine creative space priorities and inform the process that should be considered for any specific project or uses.
The Commissions are asking for input from the community via an online survey that was launched in March and open until May 31, 2019. Survey results will be shared at the meeting, which will also provide an opportunity for citizens to communicate their ideas. Citizens wishing to speak will be asked to direct their comments towards this specific question: “Given the purpose of the bond funds and the parameters relating to the use of these bond funds, what would ‘success’ for the community look like?”
Spanish translators will be provided at the meeting. The City of Austin is Committed to Compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Reasonable Modifications and Equal Access to Communications will be provided upon request.
Election DayOn November 6, 2018, voters in the City of Austin approved seven bond propositions totaling $925 million. The approved propositions are:
Proposition A -- $250 million for affordable housing;
Proposition B -- $128 million for libraries, museums and cultural centers;
Proposition C -- $149 million for parks and recreation;
Proposition D -- $184 million for flood mitigation, open space, and water quality protection;
Proposition E -- $16 million for health and human services;
Proposition F -- $38 million for public safety; and
Proposition G -- $160 million for transportation infrastructure.