Thank you to the many Austinites that shared their feedback with us in May during the Waller Creek Conversations! Our future Waller Creeks Parks will be a reflection of our entire community, so we value your thoughts and comments. Read the full feedback report now.
Mayor Adler announces a plan to address and fund solutions to the most important issues facing the future of Downtown Austin, including: homelessness, expansion of the Convention Center, the Red River Cultural District, the Mexican American Cultural Center, historic preservation, and completion of the Waller Creek Chain of Parks.
The Contemporary Austin and Waller Creek Conservancy announce an upcoming two-part outdoor exhibition of large-scale installations by Chinese artist and political activist Ai Weiwei, to go on view to the public beginning June 3.
Austinites are invited to come see designs for the new Waller Creek Park at Waller Creek Conversations on May 13 & 17. The community will learn about designs for the district, including Waterloo Park, the Moody Amphitheater, and get a first look at the Waller Delta, where the mouth of the creek meets Lady Bird Lake.
Tickets are on sale NOW for the 6th Annual Waller Creek Benefit Concert featuring Oh Wonder on October 11 at Stubb's Waller Creek Amphitheater! All proceeds benefit Waller Creek Conservancy.