Imagine a Parking Space

First public hearing on comp plan set for Tuesday

Map your future
Map your future (by Jana Birchum)

The city Planning Commission holds its first public hearing Tuesday (March 13) on the Imagine Austin comprehensive plan, 6pm, at City Hall. Have no fear of finding a parking space in the midst of SXSW doings as the city has reserved 200 spaces in the City Hall parking garage for those attending the hearing.

Just to be safe, though, the Planning Commission has set additional hearing dates for March 27 and April 10.

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