Waller Creek Revisioned

Four design concepts ready for public viewing

Waller Creek Revisioned
Illustration by Waller Creek Conservancy

Now until Sept. 30, the four final contest design concepts for the reconstruction of Waller Creek will be on display for public comment. An opportunity to comment is also available online at the web site of the Waller Creek Conservancy.

The images from each design team will also be on display at Laguna Gloria (AMOA-Arthouse) through Sept. 30, and on display at Austin City Hall (Sept. 20-21) and various locations throughout the city through Sept. 30. The full list of places and times, and images from all the presentations, are available at the Waller Conservancy website.

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