Hosted by Travis County - On Saturday, October 26th, from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm, Travis County Constables will team up with the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) to give the public an opportunity to dispose of expired, unused, and unwanted prescription drugs safely. Residents can drop...

Hosted by the Travis County Sustainability Program - Learn about what different plastics can be remade into! Have you ever asked yourself, "What happens to my plastic bottle after I throw it in the recycling?" We have the answer for you! Join Sean Bibby, Outreach Coordinator from Whole Earth...

Hosted by the Sierra Club - Happy Hour /food and beverages (http://www.scholzgarten.com/): 6-7 pm Socializing and informal discussions on current events: 6-7 pm Announcements and program begin at 7 pm PROGRAM: Travis County current events, with Brigid Shea, County Commissioner Brigid Shea came to Austin in 1988 to start the...

Guest Post - from Travis County Commissioner Brigid Shea Brigid Shea is a Travis County Commissioner representing Precinct Two. She also serves on the board of the Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization, the region's transportation planning body. She recently wrote this open letter to the Austin/Travis...

There's an election going on right now in Austin and after 12 days of early voting, turnout in Travis County is still less than 6 percent! Here's the deal - Elections are important. Most people seem to understand that, but we also tend to forget how important they are when...

Remember when we told you that Travis County is putting a parks and roads bond on the ballot this November? Well today we've got a deeper dive into the issue. Quick refresher in case you forgot - The Travis County commissioners (kind of like the City Council of the county) have decided to...

Travis County has decided to put a bond on the ballot this November. Since much of Austin falls within Travis County, this is an important issue and one that you should definitely be paying attention to. Let's dig a little deeper. The Travis County commissioners (kind of like...

From Travis County - Spend your lunch hour with an expert! The Travis County Conserve program hosts speakers on environmental topics from composting to light pollution. Plenty of time is provided for Q & A, so come with questions. This month, the topic is the Texas...

From Travis County - Travis County is hosting a lunch & learn downtown with Dr. Karen McGraw. Bring a bag lunch and hear about the importance of preserving our dark skies. Almost every living thing on our planet uses the cycle of light and dark to trigger...

Danny Thomas, Constable Precinct One 4717 Heflin Lane, Ste 127 Austin, TX 78721 Adan Ballesteros, Constable Precinct Two 10409 Burnet Rd., Suite 150 Austin, TX 78758 Carlos Lopez, Constable Precinct Five 1003 Guadalupe St Austin, TX 78701 On April 30 from 10am to 2pm three of Travis County Constable offices and...