Join one (or more!) of these committees to work with your neighbors to make our neighborhood even greater than it already is. Email the noted contact for more information on a committee.

Check our Upcoming Events page for upcoming committee meetings.

Armadillo Park Committee
Work to care for and improve Armadillo Park through park work days and long term planning.
Chair: Margot Shields
Update given at 4-27-15 APNA General Meeting
Update given at 7-25-15 APNA General Meeting
Notes from the 2015 Park Improvement Education Series’ Riparian Restoration class

Odom Elementary Education Support Committee
Volunteer to help the students at Odom Elementary through tutoring, serving on the CAC, and improving health and wellness programming at the school.
Contact: Karen Webb-Hachman (Odom Community Advisory Council member),
Latest meeting notes

Odom Elementary Park Committee/Adopter Team
Work to care for and improve the park at Odom Elementary through beautification projects, physical activity programming, and infrastructure improvements.
Contact: Laura Bucaro, GoAustin/VamosAustin (GAVA!) PA Sector member & Odom Elementary Park Adopter,
Learn more here

Public Safety/Neighborhood Watch Committee
Work to improve safety and lower crime in our neighborhood.
Chair: TBD

Access to Healthful Food Committee
Work with GAVA to improve our neighborhood’s access to nutritious, whole foods within our neighborhood.
Chair: Ivanna Neri, GAVA Community Liaison

City of Austin Development Monitoring
Keep the community apprised of City and development changes affecting our quality of life, allowing us to have an active part in our neighborhood’s future. And make sure the APNA is represented on the SACNP’s Contact Team. 
Helpful links – More about Contact Teams. More about the SACNP.
Chair: TBD

Traffic and Traffic Safety Committee
Work to improve traffic safety in our neighborhood, including “Safe Paths to School” and improved public transportation or alternative transportation options.
Chair: TBD
Neighbors have met with city traffic officials to learn what we need to do to get some of our issues solved. There are a few hoops we need to jump through to get traffic studies done and (hopefully) get some traffic calming considered for the ‘hood. It’s doable, but it would be best to do it in a coordinated way. If you would like to lead these efforts, please contact us.
Traffic issues as of 5/6/15-Sent to CM Garza’s office