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The Constable Offices in Texas are designed to work much more closely with their respective communities; our office strives to coalesce with the public. In doing so, our goal is to interact with the community with the utmost courtesy, fairness, and integrity.

Please contact our office at [email protected] for more information about our involvement in all of these programs.

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CORP: Constable’s Out Reach Program

Within Travis County Precinct 3, we come into contact with the Homeless and Mentally ill daily. The CORP program makes contact and interacts with these individuals to build trust, and to help them meet their individual needs. We endeavor to assist this part of the Community by building and or establishing relationships with the appropriate Social Service agencies. Our goal is getting them plugged into the related care providers such as: APD HOST UNIT, Austin EMS, Foundation Community, Integral Care, Sunrise Community Church, and Travis County West Rural Health and Human Service Department; this will help them attain a better life style and transition into a safe living environment.

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Backpack Project

The Back to School Bash is a community event. Held at SW Family Fellowship Church and is coordinated with Travis County Community Center at Oak Hill who helps sponsor the event. Various organizations provide the following services: Travis County Constable, Precinct 3 will work to provide Child ID Kits; A+ Federal Credit Union will work with children to set up a savings account; Community Health Care Clinic will provide sports physicals for school(s); Austin Southwest Rotary will help provide game monitors and assist in the hand out of back packs. Fun will include Face Painters, Water Slides, Lego Robotics and delicious dinner.

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Brown Santa

“This is a Community Event for the Community by the Community.”

Every holiday season we join with the Sheriff’s office for the Travis County Brown Santa program. We are honored to work with the West Rural Community Center providing a visit from Santa, crafts, snacks and beverages and with Austin Southwest Rotary Club who generously provides free coats for children and adults from their yearly coat drive. Held in December at the Travis County Pct. 3 building A in Oak Hill. Happy Holidays!

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CAPCOG launches Text to 9-1-1 region wide

Need 9-1-1, but can’t call? Now you can text to 9-1-1.

The Capital Area Council of Governments (CAPCOG) has deployed Text to 9-1-1 service region wide. Text to 9-1-1 is the ability to send a cellphone text message to a local 9-1-1 call center. It is especially beneficial to those who are hard of hearing, deaf, or speech-impaired, but residents should only text 9-1-1 when calling 9-1-1 is unsafe or not possible.

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Child ID

We provide child ID fingerprinting at school carnivals and public events. Not only is this offered as a way to assist in those cases where the unimaginable happens, but we also offer preventative tips from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.

For more information please contact our office at [email protected].

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Crime Watch Programs

The Neighborhood Watch Program brings citizens in a community together for the reduction of crime in their area, increasing citizen awareness through education and participation. Email us at [email protected] for more information.

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Parking Mobility

Parking Mobility is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit community volunteer education and enforcement program designed to efficiently address accessible parking abuse in your community. As persons with a disability, we fully appreciate the importance and impact accessible parking has on health and safety. We appreciate our partnership with Travis County Precinct 3 to achieve our mission to improve access to everyday life for all.

Parking Mobility appreciates our volunteers and encourages everyone to join the team. Find out more at our web site.

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Prescription Takeback Kiosk

The National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day, sponsored by The U. S. Drug Enforcement Agency, aims to provide a safe, convenient, and responsible means of disposing of prescription drugs, while also educating the general public about the potential for abuse of medications.


Seedling Foundation

Seedling Foundation's mission is to support children challenged by parental incarceration with innovative, research-driven, school-based mentoring in Austin and selected sites in the surrounding Central Texas area.

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Texas Youth Hunting Program

The future of hunting and wildlife in Texas is in the hands of our youth. Texas Parks and Wildlife Department encourages experienced hunters to seek out youth and provide the guidance to make the event both enjoyable and educational for the beginning hunter.

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VIN Etching

APD For VIN etching event locations, times and dates, please view the schedule. Events are canceled in the event of rain, sleet, snow or freezing temperatures. Please call ATIP at (512) 974-5265 for more information.

Past Partners

E3 Alliance, Seedling Foundation, Bike Austin, Wells Fargo, Adult Protective Services, CAPCOG Area Agency on Aging; CLASP, Parking Mobility, OHAN, AISD, HHS Community Center, AFD, EMS, Girl Scouts of Central Texas, Boy Scouts Capital Area Council, COSTCO, Komen Austin, Travis County Volunteer Deputy Registrar, AISD Facilities & Bond Planning Advisory Committee, South West Austin Rotary Club, HEB, Texas Department of Insurance, Office of Consumer Credit Counseling, Target, and Justice of the Peace Precinct #3.

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