CARTS looked to the East Williamson County Collaborative for insight in how services can better address community needs. CARTS representatives first educated Collaborative members about how services currently work, so that members can accurately show families how to access a Read More
The first annual Fall Festival hosted by LifePark Center drew families to Heritage Square Park in Taylor for a day of fun. The community spirit shone through as County, City, health care, higher education, and non-profit partners came together to host this memorable event Read More
A team from Granger attends International Placemaking week. Plus, celebrated children’s singers will perform at our first Fall Festival! Click here to read more.
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The Taylor Press featured an article about our work in Granger. Members of the Granger Housing Authority met up with other local community members June 27 to talk about efforts being done to better Granger, and announced that they received Read More
(From the Taylor Daily Press) Getting to and from work, doctor visits, and grocery stores is a challenge for many who live in East Williamson County, but that obstacle could change over the next couple of years. On Thursday, April Read More
On Tuesday, April 23, Granger Mayor Trevor Cheatheam met with eight Granger residents who came together to find solutions for the parking along Highway 95. In previous weeks, LifePark Center staff introduced neighbors to an approach called “placemaking,” where neighbors walked the area and mapped concerns Read More
LifePark Center, Granger Housing Authority, and Bluebonnet Trails Community Services teamed up with Austin Community Design and Development Center to develop a placemaking training and toolkit, made possible through grant funding from St. David’s Foundation. Placemaking is a collaborative process used to collectively Read More