Welcome to NASWC Print
Thursday, 21 April 2016 08:19

Neighborhood Association of Southwestern Williamson County

We are a Neighborhood Association (not an HOA) of volunteers who serve our community in Williamson County from Parmer Lane to Hwy. 183 and Anderson Mill Road to Hwy. 620. We invite you to scroll through our menu items to learn more about NASWC and our community, the benefits of membership and the various activities and projects that we support.  Read more

Monthly meetings of the Executive Committee (Officers, Board Members, Committee Chairs) are held on the 2nd Thursday of each month.  Meetings are held at the Jollyville Fire Station on Anderson Mill Road (parking behind the station).  If you are a member of NASWC and would like to learn more about the EC, please come to one of our meetings.  The next Quarterly General Membership meeting is scheduled for October 27th.

October Board Meeting is Thursday, October 20th.

AND --- Mark Your Calendar -- NASWC Quarterly Meeting -- Thursday, October 27th
Agenda includes presentation by one of  the Project Managers of the Forest North Drainage Project

What Does NASWC Do?  Click here for "Now & Then" to learn about your Neighborhood Association...we've been working in our neighborhood community since 1994.

WilCo News & Events Print
Friday, 30 September 2016 08:12

Click here to visit the Williamson County website, and current issue of Williamson County's twice-monthly newsletter, the WilCOunty Line.

Early Voting runs from Monday, October 24 through Friday, November 4.
Information about Voter Registration, Early Voting, Sample Ballots, Voting Locations, etc. is available on the Wilco website - click on the Elections "Hot Spot" button.

Notice from Jollyville Fire Department Print
Friday, 02 September 2016 19:45

Smoke Detectors Save Lives!

Everyone has heard this slogan but the second part of this sentence is even more important: “Smoke detectors must be installed and working properly to do their job!”

Every time we do inspections or make calls in personal residences, we find a large number of smoke detectors that have been removed or have had the batteries pulled from them. When asked why, the excuses range from “it beeped for no reason” or “it went off when I was cooking.” Yup, that would become annoying but, instead of just randomly disabling this life saving device, why not call the people, who deal with them every day, for help…the fire department!

If you ever have an issue with an existing smoke detector, need assistance replacing a battery or need help installing a pre-purchased smoke detector, Jollyville Fire is here to help.

Give us a call at 512-258-1038 or email us at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it and we will set up a day and time to come assist you with the situation.

Smoke detectors are an amazing, life saving device…let us help you make sure they will work when they are needed.

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Visit the JVFD website for information on Outdoor Burning (News tab) and Heat Related Emergencies (Fire Safety Info tab).

Scam Warning from Austin Energy Print
Tuesday, 11 October 2016 09:29

Warning: Be wary of door-to-door & telephone solar installation scams

Communications & Public Info Office from City of Austin · 32m ago
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Austin Energy — the City of Austin’s community-owned electric utility ¬— warns you to be aware of door-to-door and telephone sales representatives misrepresenting themselves as Austin Energy employees or affiliates selling solar installations. The utility has also received reports of some customers paying exorbitant prices for solar systems packaged with other energy improvements, or with predatory financing terms.

Austin Energy employees do not make door-to-door solicitations nor unsolicited phone calls for solar installations.

Austin Energy has a solar incentive program which provides rebates for customers that install solar at their home or business, using one of the registered companies on Austin Energy’s website. Only these registered companies are authorized to promote Austin Energy solar rebates to customers. The list of companies can be found at: www.austinenergy.com/go/solarincentives.

If someone is representing themselves as an Austin Energy or City of Austin employee, you should always ask to see their identification badge. If they cannot produce their badge, ask for a business card or name and contact information. Austin Energy employees will not make unsolicited calls or site visits.

If you believe that a fraudulent solar company has approached you, please call the Austin Energy Conservation Hotline at 512-482-5346. A representative can verify participating companies and provide information about rebates, expected savings from solar or other solar technology questions. You can also file a complaint with the Consumer Protection Division of the Texas Attorney General’s office at 512-463-2185 or online at https://texasattorneygeneral.gov/cpd/fil....

Notice from City of Austin Print
Monday, 10 October 2016 16:47

Notice from the Communications & Public Info Office of the City of Austin:

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2016 Mobility Bond Voter Information

The City of Austin has launched AustinTexas.gov/2016Bond, which has voter information about the City of Austin bond proposition. On Nov. 8, 2016, Austin voters will consider the bond proposition alongside other city, state, and federal elections. If approved, this proposition would authorize the city to issue $720 million in general obligation bonds for mobility and transportation.


A Voter Information Brochure is being distributed to City facilities, including public libraries, recreation centers, and utility service centers. An interactive map of locations where people can pick up a voter information brochure is available at AustinTexas.gov/2016Bond.

Requests for educational presentations to the community or for copies of the Voter Information Brochure for distribution may be directed to Sara Behunek at 512-974-7840 or by email at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .
This posting is not intended to advocate for or against the measure that is the subject of this presentation.

The posting is for informational purposes only.

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