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Austin is the capital of the U. It is the 11th-most populous city in the United States and the 4th-most populous city in Texas. It is also the fastest growing large city in the United States, [5] [6] the second most populous state capital after Phoenix, Arizona , [7] and the southernmost state capital in the contiguous United States.

As of the U. Census Bureau 's August 1, estimate, Austin had a population of , [8] up from , at the census.

In the s, pioneers began to settle the area in central Austin along the Colorado River. In , the site was chosen to replace Houston as the capital of the Republic of Texas and was incorporated under the name "Waterloo". Shortly afterward, the name was changed to Austin in honor of Stephen F. Austin , the "Father of Texas" and the republic's first secretary of state. The city grew throughout the 19th century and became a center for government and education with the construction of the Texas State Capitol and the University of Texas at Austin.

Residents of Austin are known as Austinites. In recent years, some Austinites have adopted the unofficial slogan " Keep Austin Weird ", [16] which refers to the desire to protect small, unique, and local businesses from being overrun by large corporations. Austin is known as a "clean-air city" for its stringent no-smoking ordinances that apply to all public places and buildings, including restaurants and bars. The area's earliest known inhabitants lived during the late Pleistocene Ice Age and are linked to the Clovis culture around BC 11, years ago , based on evidence found throughout the area and documented at the much-studied Gault Site , midway between Georgetown and Fort Hood.

When settlers arrived from Europe, the Tonkawa tribe inhabited the area. The Comanches and Lipan Apaches were also known to travel through the area. Early in the 19th century, Spanish forts were established in what are now Bastrop and San Marcos.

In —, Texans fought and won independence from Mexico. Texas thus became an independent country with its own president, congress, and monetary system. After Vice President Mirabeau B. Lamar visited the area during a buffalo -hunting expedition between and , he proposed that the republic's capital, then in Houston , be relocated to the area situated on the north bank of the Colorado River near the present-day Congress Avenue Bridge.

In , the Texas Congress formed a commission to seek a site for a new capital to be named for Stephen F. Lamar, second president of the newly formed Republic of Texas, advised the commissioners to investigate the area named Waterloo, noting the area's hills, waterways, and pleasant surroundings.

Edwin Waller was picked by Lamar to survey the village and draft a plan laying out the new capital. The block grid plan was bisected by a broad north-south thoroughfare, Congress Avenue, running up from the river to Capital Square, where the new Texas State Capitol was to be constructed. A temporary one-story capitol was erected on the corner of Colorado and 8th Streets. On August 1, , the first auction of out of lots total was held. Travis County was established in , and the surrounding counties were mostly established within the next two decades.

Initially, the new capital thrived. But Lamar's political enemy, Sam Houston , used two Mexican army incursions to San Antonio as an excuse to move the government. Sam Houston fought bitterly against Lamar's decision to establish the capital in such a remote wilderness.

The men and women who traveled mainly from Houston to conduct government business were intensely disappointed as well. By , the population had risen to , of whom nearly half fled from Austin when Congress recessed. Upon threats of Mexican troops in Texas, Houston raided the Land Office to transfer all official documents to Houston for safe keeping in what was later known as the Archive War , but the people of Austin would not allow this unaccompanied decision to be executed.

The documents stayed, but the capital would temporarily move from Austin to Houston to Washington-on-the-Brazos. Without the governmental body, Austin's population declined to a low of only a few hundred people throughout the early s. The voting by the fourth President of the Republic, Anson Jones , and Congress, who reconvened in Austin in , settled the issue to keep Austin the seat of government, as well as annex the Republic of Texas into the United States.

The postwar period saw dramatic population and economic growth. In September , Austin public schools held their first classes. The University of Texas held its first classes in , although classes had been held in the original wooden state capitol for four years before. During the s, Austin gained new prominence as the state capitol building was completed in and claimed as the seventh largest building in the world. In the s and s, Austin launched a series of civic development and beautification projects that created much of the city's infrastructure and many of its parks.

These projects were enabled in large part because the Public Works Administration provided Austin with greater funding for municipal construction projects than other Texas cities. During the early twentieth century, a three-way system of social segregation emerged in Austin, with Anglos, African Americans and Mexicans being separated by custom or law in most aspects of life, including housing, health care, and education.

Many of the municipal improvement programs initiated during this period—such as the construction of new roads, schools, and hospitals—were deliberately designed to institutionalize this system of segregation.

Deed restrictions also played an important role in residential segregation. After most housing deeds prohibited African Americans and sometimes other nonwhite groups from using land. In , the destroyed granite dam on the Colorado River was finally replaced by a hollow concrete dam [53] that formed Lake McDonald now called Lake Austin and which has withstood all floods since. The growth generated by this boom largely passed by Austin at first, with the city slipping from fourth largest to 10th largest in Texas between and After the midth century, Austin became established as one of Texas' major metropolitan centers.

In , the U. Census Bureau reported Austin's population as The University of Texas at Austin emerged as a major university. The s saw Austin's emergence in the national music scene, with local artists such as Willie Nelson , Asleep at the Wheel , and Stevie Ray Vaughan and iconic music venues such as the Armadillo World Headquarters.

Over time, the long-running television program Austin City Limits , its namesake Austin City Limits Festival, and the South by Southwest music festival solidified the city's place in the music industry. Austin, the southernmost state capital of the contiguous 48 states, is located in Central Texas.

In , the city occupied a total area of Austin is situated at the foot of the Balcones Escarpment , on the Colorado River , with three artificial lakes within the city limits: Long that is partly used for cooling water for the Decker Power Plant.

Mansfield Dam and the foot of Lake Travis are located within the city's limits. The lakes also provide venues for boating, swimming, and other forms of recreation within several parks on the lake shores.

Austin is located at the intersection of four major ecological regions, and is consequently a temperate-to-hot green oasis with a highly variable climate having some characteristics of the desert, the tropics, and a wetter climate.

The soils of Austin range from shallow, gravelly clay loams over limestone in the western outskirts to deep, fine sandy loams, silty clay loams, silty clays or clays in the city's eastern part. Some of the clays have pronounced shrink-swell properties and are difficult to work under most moisture conditions.

Many of Austin's soils, especially the clay-rich types, are slightly to moderately alkaline and have free calcium carbonate. However, many new high-rise towers have been constructed since the s.

Downtown's buildings are somewhat spread out, partly due to a set of zoning restrictions that preserve the view of the Texas State Capitol from various locations around Austin, known as the Capitol View Corridors.

At night, parts of Austin are lit by "artificial moonlight" from Moonlight Towers [70] built to illuminate the central part of the city. Only 15 of the 31 original innovative towers remain standing in Austin, and none remain in any of the other cities where they were installed. The towers are featured in the film Dazed and Confused. The central business district of Austin is home to the tallest condo towers in the state, with the Independent 58 stories and feet metres tall and The Austonian topping out at 56 floors and feet metres tall.

The Independent will replace The Austonian as the tallest all-residential building in the U. In , then-Mayor Will Wynn set out a goal of having 25, people living Downtown by Sixteen of those are set to rise above feet metres tall, including four above ', and eight above '.

An additional 15 towers are slated to stand between ' and ' tall. Downtown growth has been aided by the presence of a popular live music and nightlife scene, museums, restaurants, and Lady Bird Lake, considered one of the city's best recreational spots. The 2nd Street District consists of several new residential projects, restaurants, upscale boutiques and other entertainment venues, as well as Austin's City Hall.

Austin is located within the middle of a unique and narrow transitional zone between the dry deserts of the American Southwest and the lush, green, more humid regions of the American Southeast. Its climate, topography, and vegetation share characteristics of both. This climate is typified by very long, hot summers; short, mild winters; and warm transitional seasons in between.

Sunshine is abundant during all seasons, with 2, hours, or It is common for a lengthy series of warm, dry, low-humidity days to be occasionally interrupted by very warm and humid days, and vice versa.

Humidity rises with winds from the east or southeast, when the air drifts inland from the Gulf of Mexico , but decreases significantly with winds from the west or southwest, bringing air flowing from Chihuahuan Desert areas of West Texas or northern Mexico.

Winters in Austin are mild with cool nights. Lows in the upper 30s also occur commonly during the winter. Conversely, winter months are also capable of occasionally producing warm days. Roughly every two years Austin experiences an ice storm that freezes roads over and cripples travel in the city for 24 to 48 hours.

Typical of Central Texas , severe weather in Austin is a threat that can strike during any season. However, it is most common during the spring. According to most classifications, Austin lies within the extreme southern periphery of Tornado Alley , although many sources place Austin outside of Tornado Alley altogether. From October through September , both major reporting stations in Austin, Camp Mabry and Bergstrom Int'l, had the least rainfall of a water year on record, receiving less than a third of normal precipitation.

David Brown, a regional official with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, has explained that "these kinds of droughts will have effects that are even more extreme in the future, given a warming and drying regional climate. According to the United States Census , [97] the racial composition of Austin is At the United States Census , [98] there were , people, , households, and , families residing in the city roughly comparable in size to San Francisco, Leeds, UK ; and Ottawa, Ontario , Canada.

The population density was 2, There were , housing units at an average density of 1, There were , households out of which The average household size was 2. In the city, the population was spread out with

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Both range in temperature from about Hamilton Pool Preserve is a natural pool that was created when the dome of an underground river collapsed due to massive erosion thousands of years ago. The pool, located about 23 miles 37 km west of Austin, is a popular summer swimming spot for visitors and residents. Hamilton Pool Preserve consists of acres 0. The park includes several designated hiking trails and cap sites with water and electric. The namesake features of the park are the scenic upper and lower falls along Onion Creek.

The acre Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center is a botanical garden and arboretum that features more than species of native Texas plants in both garden and natural settings; the Wildflower Center is located 10 miles southwest of Downtown in Circle C Ranch. Guerrero Park is located along the Colorado River in East Riverside and contains miles of wooded trails, a sandy beach along the river, and a disc golf course.

The mount provides a vista for viewing the city of Austin, Lake Austin, and the surrounding hills. Founded in , the club moved to its third and present site in , which features a challenging layout designed by noted course architect Pete Dye. The city had 39 homicides in , the most since FBI statistics show that overall violent and property crimes dropped in Austin in , but increased in suburban areas of the city.

One of the first American school mass-shooting incidents took place in Austin on August 1, , when a gunman shot 43 people, killing 13 from the top of the University of Texas tower see University of Texas tower shooting.

The resulting explosion killed 1 person excluding the pilot , injured 13, and completely destroyed the building, costing the IRS a total of A series of bombings occurred in Austin in March Austin is administered by an member city council 10 council members elected by geographic district plus a mayor elected at large. The council is accompanied by a hired city manager under the manager-council system of municipal governance. Council and mayoral elections are non-partisan, with a runoff in case there is no majority winner.

November marked the first election under the new system. The Federal government had forced San Antonio and Dallas to abandon at-large systems before , however the court could not show a racist pattern in Austin and upheld the city's at-large system during a lawsuit. In five elections between and Austin voters rejected single-member districts. Austin formerly operated its city hall at West 8th Street.

Law enforcement in Austin is provided by the Austin Police Department , except for state government buildings, which are patrolled by the Texas Department of Public Safety. Fire protection within the city limits is provided by the Austin Fire Department , while the surrounding county is divided into twelve geographical areas known as Emergency Services Districts, which are covered by separate regional fire departments. Austin is the county seat of Travis County and hosts the Heman Marion Sweatt Travis County Courthouse downtown, as well as other county government offices.

Austin is known as an enclave of liberal politics in an otherwise conservative state—so much so, that the city is sometimes sarcastically called the "People's Republic of Austin" by residents of other parts of Texas, and conservatives in the Texas Legislature. Since redistricting following the United States Census, Austin has been divided between six congressional districts at the federal level: Texas's 35th congressional district is represented by Democrat Lloyd Doggett.

The other five districts are represented by Republicans, of whom only one, Michael McCaul of the 10th district, lives in Travis County. As a result of the major party realignment that began in the s, central Austin became a stronghold of the Democratic Party , while the suburbs tend to vote Republican. Overall, the city is a blend of downtown liberalism and suburban conservatism but leans to the political left as a whole.

Bush successfully ran for President. In , the Democrats rebounded strongly as John Kerry enjoyed a City residents have been supportive of alternative candidates; for example, Ralph Nader won Of Austin's six state legislative districts, three are strongly Democratic and three are swing districts, two of which are held by Democrats and one of which is held by a Republican.

Two of the candidates for president in the race called Austin home. During the run up to the election in November, a presidential debate was held at the University of Texas at Austin student union involving the two candidates. While the Commission on Presidential Debates only invites Democrats and Republicans to participate in televised debates, the debate at UT was open to all presidential candidates. Austin also hosted one of the last presidential debates between Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton during their heated race for the Democratic nomination in In the presidential election, Travis County, which contains the majority of Austin, voted for Hillary Clinton D by a A controversial turning point in the political history of the Austin area was the Texas redistricting.

Before then, Austin had been entirely or almost entirely within the borders of a single congressional district—what was then the 10th District—for over a century. Opponents characterized the resulting district layout as excessively partisan gerrymandering , and the plan was challenged in court by Democratic and minority activists; of note, the Supreme Court of the United States has never struck down a redistricting plan for being excessively partisan. The plan was subsequently upheld by a three-judge federal panel in late , and on June 28, , the matter was largely settled when the Supreme Court, in a 7—2 decision, upheld the entire congressional redistricting plan with the exception of a Hispanic-majority district in southwest Texas.

This affected Austin's districting, as U. Lloyd Doggett 's district U. Congressional District 25 was found to be insufficiently compact to compensate for the reduced minority influence in the southwest district; it was redrawn so that it took in most of southeastern Travis County and several counties to its south and east. The distinguishing political movement of Austin politics has been that of the environmental movement, which spawned the parallel neighborhood movement, then the more recent conservationist movement as typified by the Hill Country Conservancy , [] and eventually the current ongoing debate about "sense of place" and preserving the Austin quality of life.

Much of the environmental movement has matured into a debate on issues related to saving and creating an Austin "sense of place. Austin was voted "America's No. Austin is home to the University of Texas at Austin , the flagship institution of the University of Texas System with over 38, undergraduate students and 12, graduate students.

In rankings, the university was ranked 49th among "National Universities" 15th among public universities by U. Other institutions of higher learning in Austin include St. The Austin area has 29 public school districts, 17 charter schools and 69 private schools. Two districts—Eanes and Round Rock—are rated "gold medal", the highest of the magazine's cost-performance categories.

Andrew's Episcopal School , St. Austin Catholic School , St. Francis School , St. Gabriel's Catholic School , St. Ignatius Martyr Catholic School, St. Michael's Catholic Academy , St. Paul Lutheran School, St. Stephen's Episcopal School , St. Theresa's, Trinity Episcopal School, and a number of Montessori schools. Along with homeschooling and unschooling communities, Austin is home to a number of part-time learning environments designed to offer basic academics and inspired mentoring.

Austin's main daily newspaper is the Austin American-Statesman. Austin's business newspaper is the weekly Austin Business Journal. Texas Monthly , a major regional magazine, is also headquartered in Austin. The Texas Observer , a muckraking biweekly political magazine, has been based in Austin for over five decades. Smith co-founded the Texas Tribune , a nonprofit, non-partisan public media organization, with Austin venture capitalist John Thornton and veteran journalist Ross Ramsey.

KUT-FM is the leading public radio station in Texas and produces the majority of its content locally. The national average is 8. Central Austin lies between two major north-south freeways: Interstate 35 to the east and the Mopac Expressway Loop 1 to the west. Highway runs from northwest to southeast, and State Highway 71 crosses the southern part of the city from east to west, completing a rough "box" around central and north-central Austin.

Austin is the largest city in the United States to be served by only one Interstate Highway. Highway enters Austin from the east and merges into Interstate Its highway designation continues south on I and then becomes part of Highway 71, continuing to the west.

Highway splits from Highway 71 in southwest Austin, in an interchange known as "The Y. Interstate 35 is the highway link to the Dallas-Fort Worth metro-plex in northern Texas. Highway leads northwest of Austin toward Lampasas. The iconic Pennybacker Bridge , also known as the " Bridge", crosses Lake Austin to connect the northern and southern portions of Loop The first segment was opened in November , which was located east of Austin—Bergstrom International Airport at Austin's southeast corner on State Highway Highway runs concurrently with Highway 45 from Pflugerville on the north until it reaches US well south of Austin, where it splits off and goes west.

The entire route of State Highway is now complete with last leg, which opened on November 1, A tolled extension of State Highway Loop 1 was also created. Officially, the tollway will be dubbed Tollway with the Manor Expressway as a nickname.

Despite the overwhelming initial opposition to the toll road concept when it was first announced, all three toll roads have exceeded revenue projections. The airport is on the site of the former Bergstrom Air Force Base , which was closed in as part of the Base Realignment and Closure process. Austin Executive Airport serves the general aviation coming into the city, as well as other smaller airports outside of the city center.

An Amtrak Texas Eagle station is located in west downtown. Railway segments between Austin and San Antonio have been evaluated for a proposed regional passenger rail project called "Lone Star Rail"; however, failure to come to an agreement with the Union Pacific Railroad , the tracks' current owner, ended the project in The Capital Metropolitan Transportation Authority "Capital Metro" provides public transportation to the city, primarily by bus.

Future expansion could include a line to Manor and another to Round Rock. The MetroRail system has struggled to build ridership and has faced heavy criticism for its high per-rider cost to the public. Capital Metro has also explored building a light rail system to connect the MetroRail line to key destinations in Central Austin. In Summer , Capital Metro began testing autonomous electric shuttles on Downtown streets; the pilot program tested two driverless bus models from EasyMile and Navya on a route from the Austin Convention Center to the Austin Central Library.

Austin is served by several ride-sharing companies including Uber , Lyft , and RideAustin. On May 9, , Uber and Lyft temporarily ceased operations in Austin in response to a city ordinance that required drivers for Uber, Lyft, and other transportation network companies to get fingerprint checks, to have their vehicles labeled, and to not pick up and drop off in certain city lanes.

The city was also served by Fasten until they ceased all Austin operations in March The City of Austin is partnered with Austin B-cycle, a nonprofit bike-sharing service with 63 stations in and around downtown for electric bicycles. In , scooter-sharing companies LimeBike and Bird debuted electric scooters in Austin. The city briefly banned the scooters - which were operating without a permit - until the city unveiled their "dockless mobility" permitting process on May 1, The city also has access to carsharing services from Car2Go and Zipcar.

Austin is known as the most bike-friendly city in Texas, and was ranked the 7 city in the US by Bicycling Magazine in The city's bike advocacy organization is Bike Austin. Bicycles are a popular transportation choice among students, faculty, and staff at the University of Texas. A study by Walk Score ranked Austin 35th most walkable of the 50 largest U.

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