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~ Announcements ~
RPP Permit Update By Antonia Trevino on January 8, 2016 Residents eligible to participate in the RPP program can now purchase parking passes for the 2016 year. Parking Permints can be purchased at Mueller Central during business hours (Tuesday through Friday, 9am to 5pm or Saturdays, 9am to 3pm). Homeowners will need proof of residency such as a driver's license and utility bill and can purchase up to two hang tags at $15 per tag with cash or check. Tenants must also bring a signed agreement from their landlord authorizing use of the residence’s parking permits.
Please be aware that City Council has approved an increase to the permit fee for permits issued in 2016. The permit fee will increase from $10 per permit to $15 per permit.
General information for the Mueller RPP program can be found under the “Parking and Transportation Management District” tab on the community intranet www.MuellerAustinOnline.com. Please direct questions or concerns as follows: general questions about the RPP process, implementation and regulation can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org, while permit distribution or purchasing questions for the Mueller RPP zone can be sent via email to email@example.com.
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With Porches And Parks, A Texas Community Aims For Urban Utopia
Posted on Feb 16th, 2015
In Texas, a state where cars and private property are close to a religion, there is an acclaimed master-planned community that's trying something different.
When Austin's municipal airport closed 16 years ago, it created a planner's dream: 700 acres of prime real estate close to the city core. What emerged from years of public/private/neighborhood collaboration was the Mueller Community — often spoken of as a masterwork of smart urban design... (read more from NPR)
Central Texas Gardener: Mueller Gardens
Posted on Feb 14th, 2012
Central Texas Gardener Episode shows gardening at Mueller with compact yards. It's a community that unites with nature, too, through the parks and ponds that have brought back the wildlife on land once covered by airport runways and parking lots.
Mueller's Southwest Greenway featured in the New York Times