What are you allowed to do, and how are the city and county responding? Here’s a running list.
The new decree lasts through May 8
An updated Windsor Park house has some original flair, a large yard, and a prime location.
The also-alluring asking price is $275K.
A move-in ready property twice over.
Which home would you choose?
The measure aims to reduce utility bill impacts for households and businesses facing financial hardship.
The two-bedroom house is perfectly appointed with no room to spare.
The house has been completely overhauled with high-end accents and neutral finishes.
A veritable 1960s time capsule has had only one owner and has the original features to prove it.
The updated 1951 home in a central location has curb appeal and a lovely backyard.
A cute South Austin bungalow is renovated and decked out to magical effect.
Capital Metro busses and rail are operating with abbreviated schedules, some closed routes, and no fares.
The updated stone house with views is a classic of its era—and currently features a pinball room. Of course.
Bus and train service is still running but for essential travel only during stay-home-work-safe order.
An updated 1925 home with a sweet, private backyard seeks $495K.
Pecan Springs-Springdale home has stone walls, a central courtyard, and stunning 1960s pool deck.
The legislation delays tenant evictions for 60 days. But what happens after that?
The three-bedroom home is almost too cute for words.
Starting midnight Tuesday, residents must stay at home except to conduct essential activities and business.
The updated 1959 home has essential bones and a backyard view of the Barton Creek Greenbelt.
The price of apartments, condos, and houses for lease in five city neighborhoods. Which one would you choose?
A modern-industrial Zilker home built in 2011 holds up nicely stylistically.
The Deep Eddy home is a study in late dean’s vision and influences
But you can still take a sneak peek at the "Downtown Doorsteps" tour, which will has been postponed until fall