It’s hard to imagine bigger challenges than those facing our community today. Now more than ever, we need leaders dedicated to finding new ways to bring us together. I’m so honored to serve the people of Travis County Precinct 3, and I’m working hard every day as County Commissioner to move our entire community in positive new directions. Please don’t hesitate to contact me so we can work together to make Travis County even better.
As a girl growing up in Houston, I dreamed of snow days and considered ice encapsulated shrubs a sheer miracle! … But I had never, ever imagined folks skiing down 2222 or 1431, and the state capitol surrounded by snow bluffs — all in the dark, all in the cold, all while water pipes popped all around.
One Month Update - We are celebrating my one-month anniversary as commissioner and intensive on-the-job training! Vaccine distribution, workers protections, rental assistance, and bond projects for roads and bridges have dominated my time. Our work as a unified court...
My first two weeks in office were marked by the insurrection at the US Capitol, a record number of positive cases and hospitalizations, demand exceeding access to COVID-19 vaccinations and a beautiful blanket of snow here in Central Texas. The pictures I saw streaming...
Wildfire Community Preparedness Day is the first Saturday of May. Learn about the risk at a free online symposium April 28 and download the CWPD Toolkit to learn how to protect your home and loved ones.
A fundamental responsibility of Travis County is building and maintaining roads, bridges and parks. Both aging infrastructure and population growth create demand for big, expensive infrastructure projects.