Southwest Austin - Dripping Springs Edition - October 2020

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Months into the pandemic, consumer spending is still down, and nancial aid has dried up. Many small-business owners such as Alia Khan are having to adapt in order to pay bills. For some, that means seismic shifts in how they operate. Khan is reopening her yoga studio as a coworking space. RESILIENCE

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Prolonged pandemic forces small biz into survival mode but Khan knows it cannot last. She tried subletting her space and created a digital library of yoga classes along with livestreamed sessions. She has had eeting successes, but none have solved her long-term challenge of paying rent on a 2,000-square-foot studio space that has sat mostly vacant Limited aid, slow spending tests local owners CONTINUED ON 28 BY CHRISTOPHER NEELY Alia Khan’s yoga studio, Oak + Lotus, operated for four months before the pandemic took hold. Her last in-person session was in March. Khan lost half of her clients by going virtual and seldom sees any new faces on her computer screen. Her landlord has been exible,

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MARKET TEAM GENERAL MANAGER Deeda Lovett, dlovett@communityimpact.com EDITOR Jack Flagler jagler@communityimpact.com SENIOR REPORTER Nicholas Cicale REPORTERS Olivia Aldridge, Christopher Neely GRAPHIC DESIGNER Miranda Baker ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE Alyssa Cevallos METRO LEADERSHIP PUBLISHER Travis Baker MANAGING EDITOR Amy Denney ART PRODUCTIONMANAGER Haley Grace CORPORATE LEADERSHIP PUBLISHERS AND FOUNDERS John and Jennifer Garrett GROUP PUBLISHER Traci Rodriguez EXECUTIVE EDITOR Joe Warner John and Jennifer Garrett began Community Impact Newspaper in 2005 in Pugerville, Texas. The company’s mission is to build communities of informed citizens and thriving businesses through the collaboration of a passionate team. Today we operate across ve metropolitan areas, providing hyperlocal, nonpartisan news produced by our full-time journalists in each community we serve. BECOMEA#COMMUNITYPATRON CREATIVE DIRECTOR Derek Sullivan SALES DIRECTOR Tess Coverman WHOWE ARE

FROMDEEDA: “Wow!” is all I hear from inside the stroller as I push my toddler past houses covered in spiderwebs serving as backdrops for carefully curated skeletons in costumes. It’s my favorite time of year. While much has been taken away in 2020, like many of you in the neighborhood, I refuse to let the thrill of decorating for Halloween fall by the wayside. To learn more safe ways to celebrate the holiday, look inside (see Page 23) for what local physicians recommend along with what your family can expect should you venture out Oct. 31. Deeda Lovett, GENERALMANAGER

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FROMJACK: My favorite part of my job is talking to business owners, but over the last six months that has also been the hardest part of our work. In this overwhelmingly dicult year, the adaptability of the business community has been incredible. Bars are becoming restaurants. Restaurants are ipping their service models. Yoga studios are becoming coworking spaces. In our front-page story, Reporter Christopher Neely spoke to 13 business owners about how they are overcoming all that has been thrown at them in 2020. In my opinion, our city includes some of the most inventive, creative, outside-the-box thinkers anywhere. If anyone can get through this, it is Austinites. Jack Flagler, EDITOR

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NOWOPEN 1 Two new restaurants have opened in South Austin’s Music Lane development. A Aba , a new, Chicago-based Mediterranean restaurant from chef CJ Jacobson, opened Oct. 1 at 1011 S. Congress Ave., Bldg. 2, Ste. 180, Austin. B Two Hands, an Australian cafe based in New York City, opened in late September at 1011 S. Congress Ave., Ste. 170, Austin. The new Two Hands location is the chain’s first outside of New York. Aba: 737-237-0199; www.abarestaurants.com. Two Hands: www.twohandsnyc.com 2 The Center for Vein Restoration , a national medical provider, opened full- time in September at 7900 FM 1826, Ste. 170, Austin. According to the practice, it offers solutions to remove “unsightly and uncomfortable veins.” The Center for Vein Restoration initially held a grand opening for the South Austin location in March prior to closing due to the coronavirus pandemic. It reopened in a limited capacity in June. 512-522-9965. www.centerforvein.com 3 Chisos Boots opened its showroom at 3507 South First St., Austin, on

Oct. 1. Owner Will Roman launched Chisos in 2019 and named the boot company after the mountains in Big Bend National Park. A portion of all sales supports Texas land conservation. 512-866-7222. www.chisos.co 4 Easy Tiger opened its new location at 3508 S. Lamar Blvd., Austin, on Oct. 16. The bakery, restaurant and beer garden features a large outdoor dining area and will offer curbside and delivery options. Easy Tiger’s North Austin location also remains open. Its downtown location on Sixth Street closed in September. 512-964-8229. www.easytigerusa.com 5 Meanwhile Brewing Co. , created by Portland Oregon-based Breakside Brewery’s Will Jaquiss and Nao Ohder, opened Oct. 16 in Southeast Austin. Located on a 3.7-acre property at 3901 Promontory Point Drive, Austin, the brewery includes an indoor tap room, a live music stage, an outdoor playground and three on-site food trucks: Craft Woodfire Pizza, Garbo’s and Pueblo Viejo. Meanwhile Brewing Co. opened with six beers on tap, including pale ales, a Kolsch and an ESB, or “extra special bitter,” English-style pale ale. It also offers a menu of frozen drinks,

cocktails and boozy seltzers. www.meanwhilebeer.com COMING SOON 6 Paige and Co. Salon will open later this fall at 5701 W. Slaughter Lane, Ste. A120, Austin. Owner and South Austin resident Angelica Zamora is pre- booking appointments through social media. www.instagram.com/paigesalon 7 Pie Bar, which was planning to open in October, has pushed back its estimated opening date until January due to construction delays. The South Austin location at 8900 S. Congress Ave., Austin, will be the first franchise for the Lubbock-based dessert business. The original Pie Bar can be contacted at 806-687-2618. www.piebaraustin.com RELOCATION 8 Bon Vivant Gift Boxes relocated Oct. 1 to 2307 Thornton Road, Ste. 110, Austin. Owner Steely Dipuccio said the business, which offers curated or custom gift boxes, outgrew its old space, which was at 2121 S. Lamar Blvd., Ste. 100, Austin. Dipuccio started the business

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being sold to an undisclosed investment group in November. 512-444-0261. www.tacoxpress.com 14 Local Argentine Tango studio Tango Tribe closed its brick-and-mortar location at 5446 W. Hwy. 290, Ste. 105, Austin, on Aug. 31. It was started by South Austin resident David Phillips in 2017. Phillips has continued to host group and private dance lessons via Zoom and at his home dance studio by appointment. www.tangotribe.com

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Ocer Tony Gonzales said the Dripping Springs-based distillery is planning to expand onto a second Texas Hill Country property in 2021, where it will distill its gin product line—Waterloo Gin. Although a location has not been nalized yet, Gonzales said Treaty Oak will both produce its gin and have a tasting room similar to the one at Treaty Oak Ranch, located at 16604 Fitzhugh Road, Dripping Springs. The distillery also hopes to launch a new, low-calorie, canned Waterloo Gin spritzer by the end of 2020. Production of Treaty Oak’s bourbon will stay at The Ranch, as will Alice’s Restaurant, which serves barbecue at the property. 512-599-0335. www.waterloogin.com. www.treatyoakdistilling.com RELOCATIONS 4 Local outdoor vendor 10,000 Pots ocially moved Sept. 15 into its new location at 12008 W. Hwy. 290, Austin. Previously located two miles east at 9601 W. Hwy. 290, Austin, the local store specializes in Vietnamese pottery that it sells to garden centers, pottery stores

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NOWOPEN 1 After original plans to open in the spring were delayed due to COVID-19, Acupuncture + Restorative Medicine opened full-time in September and installed new signage to mark the occasion at its oce at 13110 W. Hwy. 290, Dripping Springs. According to owner Lindsay CS Black, the business specializes in the treatment of chronic neuromuscular pain, women’s reproductive health and skin care. 512-915-7915. www.acupuncturerm.com 2 Crimson Creek Smokehouse opened a food truck Oct. 10 at Cedar Valley Eats, located at 12701 Nutty Brown Road, Austin.

Owned by pitmaster Marcus McNac—who is from Lawton, Oklahoma, but has lived in the Austin area since 1997—the business specializes in pork barbecue, including pulled pork, spare ribs, sausage and pork belly burnt ends. It also serves chicken and other specialty items. Crimson Creek Smokehouse began by oering online catering and box meal ordering earlier this year. After its grand opening Oct. 10, the food truck began operating Thursday through Sunday from noon until sold out. www.crimsoncreekbbq.com EXPANSION 3 Treaty Oak Distilling Chief Marketing

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OCTOBER 31 12 FOX BEER CO. 5K Hosted by Run In Texas and located on Fitzhugh Road northwest of Dripping Springs, participants run in a 5K that starts and ends at the 12 Fox Beer Co. brewery. Runners receive a free beer tasting, glass and T-shirt. 8 a.m. $60 (pre-race registration cost), $65 (day of race cost). 4700 W. Fitzhugh Road, Dripping Springs. www.runintexas.com 31 VIRTUAL HALLOWEEN CHILDREN’S CONCERT Austin Symphony Orchestra hosts its annual Halloween children’s concert virtually this year. The one-hour program’s theme is “Fantasy and Fable: A Fantastic Fabulous Mix of Sorcery, Enchantment and Magic,” and it features the music of Harry Potter and “Peter and the Wolf.” All are welcome to tune in, but the program is geared toward families with children ages 2-10. 3 p.m. $20 (per household). 512-476-6064. www.austinsymphony.org 31 ASLEEP AT THEWHEEL AT AUSTIN CITY LIMITS Texas band Asleep at the Wheel will partner with Austin to celebrate ve decades in the music industry with nationwide airing of “ACL Presents: 50 Years of Asleep at the Wheel” on KLRU. Willie Nelson, Lyle Lovett and the Avett Brothers will also perform. The program kicks o a yearlong career retrospective and celebration with Open to reservations only on Saturdays and Sundays through Nov. 22, the Lady Bird Wildower Center’s Native Plant Sale oers native Texas plants including grasses, succulents, owers, trees and shrubs. The sale takes place outside, and face masks will be required for entry. Reservations slots are for one hour. 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Free admission for shoppers. 4801 La Crosse Ave., Austin. 512-232-0100. www.wildower.org (Courtesy Lady Bird Wildower Center)

additional events to come. 11 p.m. Free. www.acltv.com 31 THROUGHNOV. 15 TEXAS BOOK FESTIVAL The 25th annual Texas Book Festival goes virtual this year with two weeks of free virtual sessions for all ages. Featured authors and speakers at this year’s festival include Matthew McConaughey, David Chang, Isabel Wilkerson, Julia Alvarez, Dean Koontz and many others. While events are free, $100 Festival Friends passes are available, which give access to special ticketed sessions and other perks. Session times vary. 512-477-4055. www.texasbookfestival.org NOVEMBER 03 ELECTIONDAY The U.S. general election will be held Nov. 3, with polling locations in Travis and Hays counties open from 7 a.m.-7 p.m., or until the last individual in line by closing time has the chance to vote. Early voting began Oct. 13 and runs through Oct. 30. Turn to Page 17 for a list of local Election Day voting locations. 09 THROUGH 11 SAMARITAN CUP GOLF CLASSIC The 21st annual fundraiser supports the Samaritan Center’s mental health programs for children, families and veterans. Golfers are given a designated tee time Nov. 9 and 10. A virtual award show will follow Nov. 11. Tee times vary. The monthlong art exhibition at Vault Stone Shop will be a tribute to the St. Elmo neighborhood’s namesake, whose feast day is June 2. The museum had planned an exhibit in June which had to be rescheduled due to COVID-19. The exhibit now coincides with All Saints Day on Nov. 1. Appointments can be made online to visit the gallery. 10 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Free. 4361 S. Congress Ave., Ste. 103, Austin. www.vaultstoneshop.com (Courtesy Vault Stone Shop)

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Find more or submit local events at communityimpact.com/event- calendar. Event organizers can submit local events online to be considered for the print edition. Submitting details for consideration does not guarantee publication. Participate in a tour that details ghost stories dating back more than a century. An hourlong tour begins at 7:30 p.m., with a 90-minute interactive ghost hunting tour at 8 p.m. and 9 p.m. $20 (per person). Williamson Museum, 716 S. Austin Ave., Georgetown. 512-943-1670. www.williamsonmuseum.org Weekends throughNov. 15 BartonHill FarmsFall Festival Open Friday through Sunday, the farm oers a pumpkin patch, a corn maze, music and activities. 11 a.m.-5 p.m. (Fri.), 10 a.m.- 7 p.m. (Sat.), 10 a.m.-6 p.m. (Sun.). Admission prices vary. Barton Hill Farms, 1115 FM 969, Bastrop. 855-969-1115. www.facebook.com/ bartonhillfarms Oct. 30 Georgetown Square Ghost Tours REGIONAL FALL ACTIVITIES ThroughOct. 31 Texas Pumpkin Fest Leander’s festival returns with a pumpkin patch, photo opportunities, arts and crafts, face painting, pony rides, games, music and food trucks.9 a.m.-8 p.m. daily. $5 (weekday admission), $10 (weekend admission). Texas Humane Heroes, 10930 E. Crystal Falls Parkway, Leander. www.texaspumpkinfest.com ThroughNov. 7 ScreamHollow Smithville’s haunted park attraction returns with precautions in place. Only groups of six or fewer will be permitted to go through the attractions at a time. Ticket prices and times vary. Scream Hollow, 149 Split Rail Lane, Smithville. 512-669-1292. www.screamhollow.com ThroughNov. 8 Sweet Berry Farms Harvest of Fall Fun Stu a scarecrow, paint a pumpkin or pick your own owers in Marble Falls. Activity prices vary. 8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. (Thu.-Sat.), 11 a.m.-5 p.m. (Sun.), 8:30 a.m.- 5:30 p.m. (Mon.-Tue.), closed Wed. Sweet Berry Farms, 1801 FM 1980, Marble Falls. 830-798-1462. www.sweetberryfarm.com

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The Austin Humane Society presents its 15th annual Rags to Wags Gala to raise money for medical, food, shelter and other animal rescue needs. This year’s gala will be held online, with ticket holders getting food and cocktails delivered to their door. A live and silent auction will be held. 6:30 p.m.-midnight. Individual tickets free. Sponsorships $500-$15,000. 512-685-0118. www.ahsragstowags.org (Courtesy Austin Humane Society) $250 (per person). Omni Creek Country Club, 8212 Barton Club Drive, Austin. 512-451-7337. www.samaritangolf.com 12 BONE APPETIT VIRTUAL FUNDRAISER This virtual event supports non-kill animal shelter PAWS of Central Texas, which has a location in Dripping Springs and aims to provide homes to abandoned pets in Central Texas. The event will include a pre-ordered dinner delivered to the home, a live and silent auction, music and guest speakers. The event is free, but dinner orders and sponsorships range from $50 to over $1000. 7-9 p.m. 512-858-0016. www.pawsboneappetit.org 14 AUSTIN CELTIC FESTIVAL The Austin Celtic Association will hold its 22nd annual festival virtually this year, known as the Austin Celtic Festival Homebound. Celtic musicians will perform via Facebook live. All day. Free. www.austincelticfestival.com 26 THUNDERCLOUD SUBS VIRTUAL TURKEY TROT ThunderCloud Subs’ 30th annual event will be held virtually this year, with participants walking and logging the trot on their own. Those who sign up will also receive either a long-sleeved T-shirt or a $10 gift card to Thundercloud Subs along with other items. Packets can be picked up at First Texas Honda, 3400 Steck Ave., Austin. Proceeds go to Caritas of Austin, a nonprot aiming to end homelessness in Austin. Times vary. $10 (per child), $20 (per adult). www.thundercloud.com

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AUSTIN BCYCLE NOW KNOWNASMETROBIKE Austin’s program for residents to rent city-owned bicycles has a new name. After the city signed an agreement with Capital Metro to jointly manage the program, Austin BCycle is now called MetroBike as of late September. Residents can now use the Capital Metro app for a single ride or a membership to the program. In the future, according to a city press release, the eet of bikes is set to be fully electried and will be expanded to stations outside of the downtown core—all the active stations are either in downtown Austin or East Austin. ”If you don’t live in the core, you don’t have access to this program,” said District 5 Austin City Council Member Ann Kitchen, who is also a member of the Capital Metro board of directors. “So expanding it along our transit lines that go deeper out into the community is just going to be a huge plus.” The BCycle program began in Austin in 2013. The city owns 500 standard bikes and also has 200 ebikes on loan from a private company available for residents. City bikehare program Austin BCycle rebranded in September to MetroBike. (Jack Flagler/Community Impact Newspaper) ALL INFORMATION ON THIS PAGE WAS UPDATED AS OF OCT. 19. NEWS OR QUESTIONS ABOUT THESE OR OTHER LOCAL TRANSPORTATION PROJECTS? EMAIL US AT SWANEWSCOMMUNITYIMPACT.COM.

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ONGOING PROJECTS 1 183 South opens additional section as completion date nears The new northbound US 183 trac lane over the Colorado River bridge opened in mid-September—re-establishing exits to downtown for drivers coming from Southeast Austin and the Austin- Bergstrom International Airport. In addition, the Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority opened a stretch of the 183 Toll Road between Techni Center Drive and Bolm Road. A new northbound exit ramp installed at the end of September allows drivers heading north access to Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and Loyola Lane. The $743 million project is set to nish construction in early 2021.

COMPLETED PROJECTS 3 Bike lanes along South Congress Avenue get protection The bike lanes located on South Congress Avenue between Wasson Road and Live Oak Street in South Austin now are separated from trac. The Austin Transportation Department added physical barriers to separate bicyclists from vehicles along the 2.4- mile stretch of road in South Austin. Work began in July and nished in August. According to a media release, this project is part of a larger eort around the city to add physical protections to painted bike lanes in order to improve safety. In 2019, the city began installing “No parking” signs in the bike lanes along South Congress after noticing more vehicles parked in the lanes. This project to add protection is separate from the one the transportation department took on to, add bike lanes on Congress downtown from the Capitol to Riverside Drive. Those temporary lanes became permanent in October. Timeline: July-August 2020 Cost: $140,000 Funding source: 2016 mobility bond

Austin voters will decide Nov. 3 whether to approve Project Connect, a $7.1 billion plan that includes three new rail lines and additional bus routes. Included in the plan is $3 million dedicated to 15 new neighborhood circulators—or on-demand pickup services in which customers living within a certain zone can request a shared ride to connect with a main metro bus route. On Sept. 28, Chad Ballentine, Capital Metro vice president of demand response and innovative mobility presented the agency’s board of directors three potential zones to add should voters approve the Project Connect plan. Two of those three zones are located in South Austin—one A in the Oak Hill area near Hwy. 71, US 290 and Southwest Parkway, and another B south of Slaughter Lane approximately between Menchaca Road and Brodie Lane. Ballentine said the areas are approximate outlines, and Capital Metro will speak with neighborhood residents before nalizing any boundaries. Timeline: 2020-21 Cost: $3 million for all circulators Funding sources: Capital Metro, city of Austin, Federal Transit Administration

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Senior community inGreyrockRidge could see first residents in January

After breaking ground in 2018 near the entrance of the Greyrock Ridge neighborhood, the new senior living community at 12100 Archeleta Blvd., Austin, could be accepting its first residents by early 2021. Owned by Circle C Ranch resident Bob Ruggio and managed by Capstone Real Estate Services, ArborView is a 62+ active- living community that will have 151 total units at build-out. The community will offer 10 different floor plans, with one- bedroom options between 631-784 square feet, and two-bedroom plans from 935- 1,121 square feet. The 24-acre property was crafted into a community that embraces the active lifestyles of those in Circle C and one that Ruggio could see himself moving into in the future. “We think a lot of our residents will be people who already live in Circle C now who want to get into maintenance-free living or are maybe looking to downsize, or that they have family members who live in Circle C and want to move closer to them,” Capstone Regional Manager

Melissa Morrison said. Along with traditional amenities including an outdoor pool area and common spaces, ArborView will feature a demonstration kitchen, an on-site movie theater, a salon and craft rooms, Morrison said. There will also be a dog park with a wash station and a community garden for residents. “Bob pals around with his neighbors on weekends and outside, and that’s the kind of environment that we’re wanting to create here at ArborView with the amenities,” she said. Due to its proximity in Southwest Austin on a hill, Morrison said units either have a Hill Country view or a view of the Austin skyline. She also said ArborView will be the first senior active-living community in Circle C and one of only a handful in Austin south of the Colorado River. “This area of Austin does not have anything like it,” she said. “People in this area who are looking for this kind of solution either for themselves or for

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family members have been waiting for something like this, and it is almost here.” Although construction is slated to continue through the fall, Property Manager Erika Lopez said the ArborView management teamwill begin giving tours of the property and of one of its finished units by the end of October, with preleasing beginning at that time. She said the community’s first set of residents may move in as early as January, with an official opening expected in March. ArborView is located at the southern end of the property. A site plan for a separate assisted living facility with 90 units was proposed for the north side of the property, However, construction has not yet begun on that site.

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GUIDE

Candidates and information for November elections

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ELECTION DAY IN SOUTHWEST AUSTIN AND DRIPPING SPRINGS WHERE TO VOTE ON

On Nov. 3, there will be 177 voting centers open in Travis County and 36 in Hays County. Voters who choose to vote on Election Day must stay within their county of residence—otherwise they may vote at any open polling location. Polls open at 7 a.m. and close at 7 p.m.—anyone in line by 7 p.m. will be allowed to vote.

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18 Shepherd of the Hills Presbyterian Church 5226 W. William Cannon Drive, Austin 19 Small Middle School 4801 Monterey Oaks Blvd., Austin 20 Southpark Meadows A Ste. 400, 9600 I-35, Austin B Ste. 500, 9600 I-35, Austin 21 Southwest Family Fellowship 8203 Hwy. 71, Austin 22 St. Alban’s Episcopal Church 11819 I-35, Austin 23 Sunset Valley City Hall 3205 Jones Road, Austin 24 Texas Oaks Baptist Church 9910 Bilbrook Place, Austin 25 Travis County Community Center at Oak Hill 8656 Hwy. 71, Austin

26 Villages of Shady Hollow Amenity Center 12006 Gatling Gun Lane, Austin 27 Western Hills Church of Christ 6211 Parkwood Drive, Austin HAYS COUNTY 28 Belterra Centre 151 Trinity Hills Drive, Austin 29 Dripping Springs Ranch Park 1042 Event Center Drive, Dripping Springs 30 Hays County Precinct 4 Oce 195 Roger Hanks Parkway, Dripping Springs 31 North Hays County Fire/Rescue Station No. 2—Driftwood Battalion 15850 FM 1826, Austin CORRECTION Belterra Centre and North Hays County Fire/Rescue Station No. 2 are only Election Day voting locations. They are not open for early voting as reported in September.

10 Impact Family Church 2909 W. William Cannon Drive, Austin 11 Menchaca Road Branch, Austin Public Library 5500 Menchaca Road, Austin 12 Oak Hill Fire Department, Station No. 301 9211 Circle Drive, Austin 13 Oak Hill Fire Department, Station No. 302 4111 Barton Creek Blvd., Austin 14 Oak Hill Primitive Baptist Church 11408 FM 1826, Austin 15 Oak Hill United Methodist Church 7815 W. Hwy. 290, Austin 16 Pleasant Hill Elementary School

TRAVIS COUNTY 1 The Atlantic Grand Oaks 9323 Menchaca Road, Austin 2 Austin Oaks Church 4220 Monterey Oaks Blvd. Austin 3 Bailey Middle School 4020 Lost Oasis Hollow, Austin 4 Bedichek Middle School 6800 Bill Hughes Road, Austin 5 Berkeley United Methodist Church 2407 Berkeley Ave., Austin 6 Circle C Community Center 7817 La Crosse Ave., Austin

7 Dittmar Recreation Center 1009 W. Dittmar Road, Austin 8 Fairview Baptist Church 5606 S. First St., Austin 9 Hampton Branch, Austin Public Library 5125 Convict Hill Road, Austin

6405 Circle S Road, Austin 17 Shady Hollow Village Shopping Center 9901 Brodie Lane, Austin

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