Austin Progressive Potluckers: Liveable City

Potluck date: 

Sunday, 31 January 2010 - 6:00pm to 8:30pm

Liveable City works to address Austin's long-term social, environmental, and economic needs while educating and empowering residents to improve the quality of life for all. Dedicated to civic engagement, Liveable City examines public policy, develops best practices and provides strategy support to community building groups. Their project priorities include affordable housing, education, open government, independent local businesses, transportation, renewable energy, health care, and city and regional planning. Projects have included citizen quality of life surveys, studies and reports on issues such as economic impacts of local business, and the Liveable Vision Awards. 

Join us at this month’s potluck to learn more about Liveable City from past chair, Mark Yznaga. Mark will also share important information about the City of Austin's comprehensive planning process, Imagine Austin, and what it means for residents of Austin and our future. Check out Liveable City at and the City of Austin's Comprehensive Planning effort, Imagine Austin, at

Please bring a dish that serves approximately 5-6 people and something to drink. Mark and Ann will supply plates and utensils.


The potluck will be held at the home of Liveable City board members Mark Yznaga and Ann Kitchen, 2401 Briargrove Dr., Austin. From downtown, take Barton Springs Road toward Zilker Park. Before you reach Zilker Park, take a left onto Robert E. Lee Drive. Past the ball fields take the first right onto Barton Hills Dr. Go five full blocks until you come to Briargrove on your left. If you pass a green Volkswagen bug on the left you have gone too far. Go up Briargrove, their home is the last house on the right.