The MNA is a non-partisan, non-profit organization for residents to promote the quality of life, residential characteristics, and values of their neighborhood. The MNA Steering Committee, an elected committee of 13 residents, holds general membership meetings on the third Saturday of every month at 10AM. Meeting locations vary, so be sure to check the website for upcoming meeting details and prior meeting minutes. Annual dues are $5 per person 18+ years and are used in part to host neighborhood events and support block parties.
The POA is composed of Mueller residents and business tenants and Catellus, the Mueller master developer. Associa is the management company contracted by the POA, whose responsibility it is to maintain the parks, pools, and other public areas of Mueller, as well as enforce the restrictive covenants that apply to all property owners. Patricia Toms is the Senior Community Manager responsible for Mueller, and her office is located in the Mueller Central Building. You can reach Patricia by email at [email protected], by phone at (512) 703-9203, or using the message board at muelleraustinonline.
PIAC, also known as the Mueller Commission, is the commission chartered by the City of Austin to monitor and oversee developments at Mueller. Commissioners are appointed by the Austin City Council. Meetings are held on the second Tuesday of each month (except July and December) at 6PM at the Britton, Durst, Howard & Spence Building, 1183 Chestnut Ave., Austin, TX 78702. Meetings are open to the public.
On most streets, on-street parking is allowed in the Mueller neighborhood without permit.
On certain streets near Mueller activity centers, there is a Parking and Transportation Management District, in which residents are asked to obtain Residential Parking Permits to park on-street. For more information about Residential Parking Permits, please visit: http://www.muelleraustinonline.com/parking_transportation.php
Tuesday – Sunday 9:00 AM to 10:00 PM
Thursday – Tuesday 9:00 AM to 10:00 PM
Lifeguards on duty. Meets State requirements for use by resident patrons and non-resident patrons. All patrons must leave the pool area before and after Open Swim times due to the lifeguard’s opening and closing procedures. During Open Swim the registration desk will be manned. All swim center patrons must sign in at the desk, sign a release and show identification.
Do you know which buses serve Mueller and where they go? Our community has good access to UT, the Capitol, downtown, multiple ACC campuses, and the Airport. A Mueller specific map will be available soon, for now you can check the CapMetro website: capmetro.org