This issue reviewed the Rosedale 4th of July Carnival, including highlights and thanks to all who helped to make this year’s celebration such a success. The newsletter includes a number of items about Ramsey (and other) parks. There’s an update on what’s been added to Ramsey Park recently and what’s still to come. There are details about the fun ‘art in the park’ that we’ve been enjoying. An item called for help for an event planned (now past) to plant an additional 30+ trees in the park, and an open letter is included from the Greater Austin Parks (GAP) coalition to the Austin City Council expressing a desire that the council update the Parkland Dedication Ordinance. In RNA business, the newsletter announced the annual RNA meeting, along with the officer and steering committee member nominations for 2016. There’s a reminder call for us to pay our 2016 dues ($10 per household) to help continue the association’s work to keep Rosedale a nice place to call home.
Monday, October 26th, is the next Rosedale Neighborhood Association meeting. Come help the RNA keep Rosedale a great place to come home to. This month’s agenda likely contains issues that affect you. The meeting starts at 6:45 pm at the Yarborough Library on Hancock. As always, all are encouraged to attend and participate.
The agenda for this month’s meeting includes:
- Local noise issues
- Tree planting and art event November 7
- RNA Officer and Steering Committee nominations
- BOA variance cases for 1403 W. 45th St. and 4217 Shoal Creek Blvd.
Other issues may also come up, including recent activity regarding the development at The Grove, and additional improvements in Ramsey Park. We look forward to seeing you!
The minutes for the Rosedale Neighborhood Association meeting on September 28th have been posted. Highlights include: The City’s Swim 512 initiative and call for input by residents; Updates to Ramsey Park (including an art installation, a call for help to plant more trees on November 7th, and four more enhancements coming to the park!); A couple of local zoning issues/variance requests; New news on work being done by the Bull Creek Road Coalition in support of the neighbors who will be affected by the development of The Grove at Bull Creek; and more. Read the minutes here. Note that the RNA website maintains minutes for most RNA meetings from the past few years.
Monday, September 28th, is the next Rosedale Neighborhood Association meeting. Whether you use the pool, the park, or just drive in and out of Rosedale, this month’s agenda contains issues that affect you. The meeting starts at 6:45 pm at the Yarborough Library on Hancock. As always, all are encouraged to attend and participate.
The agenda for this month’s meeting includes:
- SWIM 512 Neighborhood Talk: City of Austin discussion and solicitation for concerns with Ramsey Pool
- Ramsey Park update: Happenings at the park
- Board of Adjustment Variance Request for 1403 W. 45 St. – Discussion on additional concerns raised by neighbors on this proposed variance request
- The Grove Development – Update from RNA’s representative to the Bull Creek Road Coalition (BCRC)
- Nominating Committee – Appoint members to serve on Nominating Committee
The minutes for the August meeting of the Rosedale Neighborhood Association are now available. The meeting was held on August 26th at the Yarborough Library. As always all were welcome to attend. Topics covered in this month’s meeting included continued improvements to Ramsey Park (with welcome help from a local developer and contractors), another tree planting planned for Ramsey Park, and the evolving plan for the development of the former state property along Bull Creek Road, just south of 45th street. The RNA continues to push for the best possible outcome for Rosedale through a long standing coalition with other neighborhoods (the BCRC) that surround the property. Ways to become more knowledgeable about the project, and how to help ensure the best possible outcome, were discussed. As always this site contains the minutes for this month’s meeting plus minutes of many prior meetings and information on how to attend future meetings.
August’s monthly meeting of the Rosedale Neighborhood Association was rescheduled to make it easier to get the kids back to school. This month’s meeting is now being held this Wednesday, August 26th at 6:45 p.m. at the Yarborough Library. As always, all are encouraged to attend and participate. This meeting’s agenda includes development plans for The Grove at Shoal Creek, the planned fencing around the State Archives/Records Management Building on Shoal Creek Boulevard, and an update on the improvements to Ramsey Park. Please join us and help ensure all these projects end up being as good as possible for the neighborhood and surroundings. Meeting durations vary based on how much there is to discuss and on the interest of the attendees, but we normally try to wind up by 8 p.m.
Please note that there will not be a meeting of the Rosedale Neighborhood Association in July. Meetings are typically held on the fourth Monday of the month and information about the meetings and minutes to past meetings are available on this site. The RNA Steering Committee looks forward to seeing Rosedale residents at the next RNA meeting.
The minutes for the Rosedale Neighborhood Association meeting on June 22th have been posted. Highlights include: Ramsey Park Renovation Update, a Variance Request for 4705 and 4707 Rosedale, update on Milestone Properties—The Grove at Shoal Creek Development including discussion on affordable housing with several ownership options.
The RNA website maintains minutes for many of the RNA meetings from the past few years.
June 22nd, the fourth Monday of the month, is the next Rosedale Neighborhood Association meeting. The agenda contains a number of important issues for Rosedale. The meeting starts at 6:45 pm at the Yarborough Library on Hancock. As always, all are welcome to attend and participate!
The agenda for this month’s meeting includes: Continue reading
Normally Rosedale Neighborhood Association meetings happen on the fourth Monday of the month. That’s Memorial Day this month, a day set aside to honor the sacrifice of our fallen soldiers. Since the library is closed on Monday, the RNA May meeting will slide to Thursday, the 28th. As always, all are welcome. Note the change in time! We’ll meet at the Yarborough Library on Hancock from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. The primary topics for the meeting will be planning for the upcoming July 4th Carnival in Ramsey Park, and the RNA Newsletter. We would love to see you there.