7, 6 - 8 pm
Pizza and Drinks Provided
This is a great opportunity
for citizens and law enforcement to partner up against crime.
We invite you to attend the event, meet your neighbors and
commit to helping law enforcement reduce crime in your community.
National Night Out
is designed to:
Heighten crime and drug prevention awareness.
Generate support and participation in crime efforts.
Strengthen neighborhood spirit and police community relations.
Let criminals know that neighborhoods are organized and fighting
Neighborhood Bird Guide
Click above for a guide to the common and some not-so-common
birds in our immediate area -
at our feeders, in our yards, and in the air.
There are seed eaters, insect eaters, road-kill eaters,
and even hawks that
specialize in catching birds.
Contact Doug at email@example.com
with additions, suggestions and comments.
for the October issue of newsletter
All issues will be posted the week before each event.
-Meeting at Tres Amigos: 7 pm
4/12 - Neighborhood Garage Sale: 8 am-1 pm
4/26 - Spring Fling: 5-8 pm
6 /14 - Summer Picnic
10/7 - National Night Out: 6-8 pm
12/14 - Holiday Party: 6-8 pm
100+ households strong
our neighborhood email group. Each email sent by a subscriber
is sent to all other subscribers. All emails will start
with [COVNA] in the subject line for easy recognition, grouping
To join the group, email Doug
Tabony at firstname.lastname@example.org
and let me know you want to subscribe.
Please include your name(s).
Email list guidelines:
This forum can be used to alert people or express concerns
about neighborhood, area, or city-wide issues. Subscribers
will also be able to share personal experiences, pictures
(reasonably sized and few), etc. Posting excessively will
be discouraged and this will not be a forum for discussing
political or religious viewpoints or supporting candidates.
No recycled forwards (jokes, etc.) and no soliciting.
Questions? Email me or call at 280-4080.
One useful function has been
feedback members receive when asking for advice about remodelers,
electricians, plumbers, etc from other folks' experiences.
Another has been alerts of criminal activity in and around
There is a new way for neighbors
in the Castlewood Forest and Oak Valley subdivisions to keep
in touch. Nextdoor.com isstrictly for people who live in these
two neighborhoods. It is a social media site a bit like Facebook
with no ads. To join go to castlewoodoakvalleytx.nextdoor.com/
Castlewood Forest and Oak Valley
together comprise a quiet neighborhood where people enjoy walking
the tree-lined streets.
The Castlewood-Oak Valley Neighborhood
Association (COVNA) is
dedicated to preserving the quality of our neighborhoods.
COVNA is active in area growth issues, crime prevention, traffic
problems, environmental concerns, neighborhood conditions, and
other community matters.
preserve the neighborhood we all enjoy by becoming involved
in COVNA. You can do your part by joining and attending
meetings to actively shape the future of this area of Austin
we call home. Please follow the links to find out how
to become engaged in your neighborhood association.