It’s been ages and we’ve been in a lull due to lack of funds, but I have been so shaken by losses in the neighborhood that I just had to make another push and get this ball rolling again. (Anyone who wants to help, PLEASE come forward!) Despite it being […]
It’s hot and most of us are hibernating a bit or wrapping up summer vacations before school starts. However, we’re still working on our historic district. Please consider making time this fall to volunteer with our project and possibly take on a leadership role. We could use block captains for […]
This mysterious house at 1924 Newning Avenue is finally having its story told. Come and learn more about it and its fascinating past at a fundraiser for our historic district effort. It will be an afternoon affair on Sunday, May 23, from 3-5 p.m. Admission is $15. The City of […]
Purchase a colorful serigraph print by Jon Pattillo and benefit historic Travis Heights.
Survey map in hand, volunteer organizers met with Greg Smith of the Texas Historical Commission today to check in on our progress toward creating a National Register Historic District for Travis Heights-Fairview Park. After assessing our progress, we learned we now need to breaking up the sections of our district […]
Welcome to our new blog for the Travis Heights-Fairview Park Historic District, a neighborhood founded in Austin, Texas in the late 1880s. Ask questions in the comments section and we will try to answer them as they come. We hope this space will be an informational platform and not a […]