Zilker Park to add more pay stations in lots currently free
The parking lots near Stratford Drive, north of Zilker Botanical Garden, and the south Barton Springs Pool lot near Azie Morton Road will have pay stations like the rest of the park. They will be activated on May 1.
Austin residents concerned Zilker Park vision plan draft is more conducive for music festivals
This vision plan has been in the works since February 2021 drawing in thousands of public comments.
Austin Trail of Lights canceled on Dec. 22 due to forecasted extreme weather
Out of concern for health and safety, Austin Trail of Lights has been canceled on Thursday, Dec. 22 due to the forecasted high winds and extreme wind chill.
Zilker Park Vision Plan draws concerns from community members
Community members can provide feedback online for the Zilker Park Vision Plan through January 8, 2023.
Zilker Holiday Tree draws generations of attendees
For 56 years, the Zilker Holiday Tree has been delighting generations of Austinites, including one family that has been enjoying the tradition for about half a century.
City leaders want to give Zilker Park major renovations
A total price tag for the project has not yet been calculated because the Vision isn’t an all or nothing proposal. The plan will most likely be done in Phases.
Final day of ACL 2022 draws tens of thousands
Sunday's headliners included the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Paramore, and Kacey Musgraves.
Some businesses see drop in sales due to Austin City Limits road closures
Businesses inside Zilker Park are seeing a boost in business due to ACL 2022, however, on the outside, road closures are a big problem for others.
Mexican Austinite musician Lesly Reynaga to make history at ACL Music Fest
Lesly Reynaga, a local Austin musician and Mexico native, is set to make history at ACL as one of the first acts to perform with a full mariachi band.
Austin City Limits sees 234 incidents reported during Weekend One, ATCEMS says
During ACL Weekend One, EMS responded to 234 incidents.
Weekend One of ACL 2022 wraps up, drawing long-time fans, first timers alike
Weekend One drew in about 75,000 people each day, including fans who had been attending for years alongside first-time festival-goers.
CapMetro offering special service for ACL 2022
CapMetro will be offering several special services and transit changes to help festival goers get to Zilker Park for the 2022 Austin City Limits Music Festival.
ACL 2022 festival essentials with Peoples Rx
Peoples Rx offers a list of festival essentials, including for hydration, wellness and nutrition, ahead of the 2022 Austin City Limits Music Festival.
ACL 2022: Zilker Park closes to public as preparations begin
The Great Lawn is shut down to the public starting Monday through the Austin City Limits Music Festival which takes place the second and third weekend in October.
Austin Public Safety Commission assigned to Parks and Rec Board to address crime in parks
Austin police said one solution is more staff. They said all city parks used to have officers assigned to patrol, but those park police officers have been moved off that duty to aid other departments.
Man found shot to death near Barton Springs leaves behind pregnant wife
Losing a husband is hard for anyone, but Sarai is currently eight months pregnant with Camnik’s child.
'My soul is empty': Family remembers man shot to death near Barton Springs
Austin police say Camnik Campbell was found around 5 a.m. next to his car that was riddled with bullet holes in the parking lot of Barton Springs Pool.
Austin Trail of Lights returns to traditional format for 58th annual event
The 58th annual Austin Trail of Lights will be returning to its traditional in-person format this year Dec. 8-23.
Zilker Park shuttle hopes to help alleviate traffic in area
Austin Parks and Recreation has launched a pilot program and is offering a free weekend shuttle to one of Austin's most popular spots.
Austin Parks offering free weekend shuttle to Zilker Park from One Texas Center
The program will start on Saturday, June 25 and run until Labor Day on Monday, Sept. 5.