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List of Austin neighborhoods

Map of racial and ethnic groups in Austin based on data from the 2000 United States Census – each dot denotes 25 persons of primarily White (red), Black (blue), Asian (green), or Hispanic (orange) heritage group

The following is a list of neighborhoods located in the city of Austin, Texas.[1][2]

Contents

  • Central Austin 1
  • Notes 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Central Austin

Neighborhoods in Central Austin
Name COA ID#
[nb 1]
Bryker Woods 156
Caswell Heights 294
Downtown Austin 402
Eastwoods 25
Hancock 31
Heritage 33
Hancock 31
Hyde Park 34
Judges' Hill 58
Lower Waller Creek 960
North University 48
Oakmont Heights 185
Old Enfield 185
Old Pecan Street 23
Old West Austin 18
Original Austin 57
Original West University 1020
Pemberton Heights 644
Ridgelea 63
Ridgetop 957
Rosedale 66
Shoal Crest 259
West Downtown 1253

Notes

  1. ^ City of Austin Planning Identification Number

References

  1. ^ "Austin, Texas Neighborhood Map - Income, House Prices, Occupations, Boundaries". City-Data.com. Advameg, Inc. Retrieved 5 December 2012. 
  2. ^ Austin Neighborhood Council. "Neighborhood Associations". Austin Neighborhood Council. Retrieved 5 December 2012. 

External links

  • City Data Austin Neighborhood Map
  • About.com: Austin Neighborhoods
  • City of Austin's Neighborhood Planning Page
  • Austin Neighborhood Information and Statistics
  • Estates of Brentwood neighborhood website


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