LBJ Neighborhood Association


To all our new neighbors who have recently moved to our community, we extend a sincere welcome. We invite you to visit with us at our monthly meetings, we value your visits, input and participation.

The LBJ Neighborhood Association membership dues are $ 25.00 annually per household. The dues are used to cover various expenses and activities throughout the year. We are not a HOME OWNERS association!

We welcome you to come to our meetings, to share your interests and concerns about how to keep our community safe, enjoyable, clean and beautiful.There is much to learn and appreciate about our neighborhood. As new homes, businesses, and industries take interest in our area, keep informed through your neighborhood association.



As a result of extensive coordination between LBJNA and local authorities, FEMA constructed a much needed flood wall between Little Walnut Creek and our neighborhood to prevent any more flooding that had occurred in the past. With the wall in place, FEMA issued a Map revision in 2006 that eliminated the need for residents to carry flood insurance if they so desired.

The LBJNA, in cooperation with the Austin Parks Department ,made extensive improvements to our Davis White Northeast District Park. These included, replacement of the existing roofs of the pavilion and rest rooms with metal roofs, replacement of old rusted bbq pits with new bi-level grills, added a new basketball goal on half-court , added new tot ADA accessible play ground units with a fire truck theme, added new pour-in=place rubber safety surfaces, added new tot swings with same material.

Your neighborhood association applied for and received a grant , with matching funds, from the Austin Parks Foundation to construct a walking trail on park property.Along with an additional grant, exercise equipment was installed along the trail.



Our certified Neighborhood Watch Program is a vital crime prevention program that is designed to reduce crime. It combines two areas of citizen responsibity: (1) to take action by calling police during or after a commission of a crime or suspicious activity; (2) action taken to improving the security of their homes.

The posted neighborhood watch signs on our streets are a vital part of advertising the program and requires participation by all residents to make it effective and to help keep our community safe and and free of crime. Call 311/911 to report code violations and criminal activity.You do not have to give your name if you desire to not do so.



Our APD district representative, at this time is Officer,Matt Perritte(mathew.perritte@austintexas .gov.). He investigates criminal and vehicle code violations, to include parking vehicles on the front and side yards.

Our Code Compliance Officer, at this time, is Lindsay Chervenak, ( .She investgates, among other things, dangerous housing, tall weeds ,illegal dumping ,trash and debris, home businesses, and improper storage of boats and rvs.

  A booklet on Code Enforcement Laws is available at our meetings.



Block Captains are assigned duties pertainiing to their respective streets. They may be asked to hand out flyers, look for code violations, attend meetings to give recommendations, and answer questions from residents. If you are interested in becoming a block captain, please contact us. Spanish speaking residents are especially needed.



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This LBJNA News Letter will be updated as needed.








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