Commissioner Ann Howard at work on the Travis County Commissioners Court
Dear Friend,

Please join me on Thursday, December 8 from 5 to 7 PM for my annual fundraiser at Bouldin Acres, 2207 South Lamar. We’ll have two  pickleball courts reserved for games and fun plus delicious food and beverages and great company.

Click here to purchase tickets or sponsor. (Sponsorships include tickets). I hope to see you there!

–Ann
Improving substandard roads in Travis County

Improving substandard roads in Travis County

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Wildfire – a threat to Travis County

Travis County scores high for wildfire threat no matter how you measure. Grasses in the east and trees in west, plus freeze-dried vegetation and too little rain make springtime 100 degree heat alarming. So, I am sounding the alarm – each one of us needs to take action...

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Affordable housing helps end homelessness

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Improving substandard roads in Travis County

Improving substandard roads in Travis County

The provision of safe, high-quality, local, road networks for citizens is one of our core County responsibilities. In my first year as a County Commissioner, I learned that many local roads are in poor repair and never maintained – by anyone. The roads are often...

read more
Wildfire – a threat to Travis County

Wildfire – a threat to Travis County

Travis County scores high for wildfire threat no matter how you measure. Grasses in the east and trees in west, plus freeze-dried vegetation and too little rain make springtime 100 degree heat alarming. So, I am sounding the alarm – each one of us needs to take action...

read more

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