Mayor John Thomaides of San Marcos, Mayor Steve Adler of Austin, Mayor Ron Nirenberg of San Antonio, and mayors from cities on the IH-35 corridor from San Antonio to Georgetown will announce the formation of the Central Texas Corridor Mayors Coalition. Read on...
San Marcos water supplies have not been affected, and no boil water notice is in effect for the City. Read on...
The City of San Marcos is pursuing five Strategic Initiatives to guide its operations and priorities in the coming years. They are:
- Workforce Housing
- Public Transit
- Stormwater Management
- Community Partnerships
- City Facilities
Quarterly reports on our progress are posted on the City Manager's web page.
San Marcos voters approved bonds in an election on May 6, 2017 that included two separate propositions for public safety and library projects.
The city is authorized to issue bonds in the maximum principal amount of $32.2 million, a tax rate increase 8.37 cents per $100 of valuation*. That amounts to $10.46 a month for the average homeowner, or $125.55 per year for a $150,000 home (the approximate average home value in San Marcos).
For more information, visit the Bond Projects page.