Covering approximately 115 acres, Northline is anticipated to include a mix of complementary uses, including retail, office, residential, hotel, and parks.
City of Austin Watersheds Map & Edwards Aquifer Maps
City of Austin Watershed Map and Table
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Edwards Aquifer Map Viewer
Maybe you’re looking for an Edwards Aquifer Map. The TCEQ has an interactive viewer located here.
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