Christian Mendoza described the work of the Austin Police Department’s Office of Community Liaison, with details about the program he manages for the senior population.
Chris Vetromile from the AFD Wildfire Division described the current activities of the Austin Fire Department and why it’s important for all of us to be vigilant in hardening our homes against wildfire damage.
This presentation at the 2023 Annual Meeting described the events and activities of NWACA for the year, and it includes the Oak Wilt presentation that was done.
Web sites with information about crime prevention and neighborhood safety.
This booklet is for neighbors who are members of a Neighborhood Watch group.
This booklet is used by those who organize neighbors into a Neighborhood Watch group.
Learn about which species are invasive in Central Texas, with photos to help identify them
This trifold describes the efforts in NWACA in 2022 to promote zero pedestrial crashes in our neighborhood.
This presentation by James Duff from the Austin Fire Department's Wildfire Division describes the recently adopted Wildland Interface (WUI) Code and how it affects NWACA.
These slides were used by NWACA President Robert Nash to run the meeting, and they include the presentation by Jon Plum on Preventing Oak Wilt.
This document provides a description of the positive contributions of the Ashe juniper (aka cedar) tree to the Central Texas environment, as well as dispelling a number of myths about the tree.
How to avoid oak wilt in NWACA, with information about financial support from NWACA if treatment is needed
Guidance on Oak Wilt for NWACA Residents
This fact sheet addresses the hazards of combustible material within the 5-foot zone around a home and how to mitigate the risks.
May 1, 2019 NWACA Annual Meeting presentations, covering the events of the past year, the role of the Travis County Constable, how to minimize the impact of wildfire, caring for oak trees, recycling, 4th of July plans, and Loop 360 improvement projects.
This fact sheet from the National Fire Protection Association gives guidance for ways to ensure that the area under eaves is well-constructed and prevents ember intrusion during wildfire.
This fact sheet from the National Fire Protection Association gives guidance on how to prevent skylights from being an entry point for embers during wildfire.
This fact sheet from the National Fire Protection Association describes ways to reduce the risks to roofs during wildfire.
This fact sheet from the National Fire Protection Association describes the use of exterior sprinklers to minimize the possibility of home ignition, but warns that other methods are probably more practical.
This fact sheet from the National Fire Protection Association gives guidance for how to make decks wildfire resistant.