Thank you to the millions of men and women who have served in the United States Armed Forces throughout our nation's history. CAPCOG offices are closed Monday, May 27, to observe Memorial Day and will reopen at 8 a.m. Tuesday, May 28.
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Seniors can apply for federal disaster assistance without sacrificing Social Security benefits, paying more taxes or dropping their income-based benefit programs, according to a Federal Emergency Management Agency news release.
Eager to share the stories of the Texas Hill Country through photos of flora, fauna and fun? Get your cameras out for a chance at a colorful calendar feature and cash prizes.
The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality is accepting applications until 5 p.m. Friday, May 31, 2013, for a grant to replace or repower medium- and heavy-duty motor vehicles with cleaner-running natural gas versions.
Are you 60 or older, taking five or more medications and living in Central Texas? Join CAPCOG's Area Agency on Aging at a free medication screening event this summer.
Remember to reprogram those phones! With the introductory six-month grace period ending, mandatory 10-digit dialing in Central Texas starts June 1, 2013.
The Capital Area Council of Governments' Executive Committee, which convenes the second Wednesday of each month, will meet to hear staff updates and review or approve selected agency business.
Hear about ongoing strategies to reduce ozone pollution in the Austin metropolitan statistical area. The Clean Air Coalition session starts right after CAPCOG's Executive Committee meeting.
Join four area mayors and leading economist Jon Hockenyos for free breakfast and a look at economic development strategies to transform the futures of Central Texas Communities.
Explore business and economic development best practices, rural issues and more at this two-day conference hosted by the Office of the Governor, Texas Economic Development Council, Texas Department of Agriculture and other partners.
In this free webcast hosted by the Water Environment Federation, explore the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's integrated-planning framework for clean water compliance with a look at the City of Baltimore's approach.
Learn how to compete for local, state and federal funding in this two-day grant-writing class hosted by the Hays County Sheriff's Department for first responder, public safety, emergency management and local government agencies.