The Union Pacific Railroad (UPRR) is scheduled to close East Hopkins St. between the intersections of Charles Austin Drive and Thorpe Lane on Saturday, April 27 and Sunday, April 28 from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. each day for a rail line replacement. Read on...
The San Marcos City Clerk’s office will sponsor a free Shred Day for San Marcos and Hays County residents from 9 a.m. to 12 noon (or until the truck is full) on Saturday, April 27 at City Hall, 630 E. Hopkins. Read on...
Police are searching for John Albert Barron (07/18/1988) who according to officer reports led them on a high-speed chase from San Marcos to San Antonio before exiting his car and running on foot. Read on...
A sunny windowsill or a warm lap is all Mia needs to be happy! She is a seven-year-old girl who loves a quiet room and gentle pets. Read on...
Tue Apr. 23Human Services Advisory Board Located in the Human Resources Training Room next ...Read On
Thu Apr. 25Pawsitive Outcomes Implementation Plan - Public Meeting Based on direction from the San Marcos City Counci...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.