The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality has issued an Ozone Action Day for the Austin area. The day will mark the Capital Area’s first ozone action day of the year.
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A Texas Commission on Environmental Quality grant program to reduce emissions and improve the health of school children and bus drivers started taking applications earlier this month. It will accept grant request until Dec. 2, 2015.
The Aging and Disability Resource Center of the Capital Area lessens the burden of connecting a resident with the information they need through its information, referral and assistance services, or resource navigators. The following FAQ can help residents better understand how the ADRC can help them.
The Capital Area Council of Governments Aging Advisory Council and the Area Agency on Aging are sponsoring mini-conferences in counties throughout the region to educate and support family caregivers.
The Texas Governor’s Committee on People with Disabilities is conducting its annual survey on an aspect of living in Texas. The survey will conclude at the end of September.
General Assembly members will decide the Capital Area Council of Governments' 2016 fiscal year budget and bylaw amendments pertaining to the process of electing the council’s Executive Committee at its annual September meeting.
CAPCOG's Executive Committee will convene at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 9 at the Crowne Plaza Austin Hotel to discuss regional business.
CAPCOG will host its General Assembly meeting Sept. 9, 2015 to consider the 2016 budget and bylaw amendments.
The Capital Area Council of Governments is conducting a public safety workshop for elected officials on the topics of homeland security, emergency communication and law enforcement.
The Capital Area Council of Governments' Aging Advisory Council and the Area Agency on Aging are sponsoring a Williamson County informal, family caregiver mini-conference featuring Dr. Tam Cummings, a Ph.D. gerontologist who is dedicated to untangling the complexities of dementia.
The Capital Area Council of Governments’ Aging Advisory Council and the Area Agency on Aging are sponsoring a Williamson County informal, family caregiver mini-conference featuring Dr. Tam Cummings, a Ph.D. gerontologist who dedicated to untangling the complexities of dementia.
The Capital Area Regional Transportation Planning Organization (CARTPO) serves as a forum for elected officials to come together on transportation issues.