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    As of July 21, 2020

Hays County Emergency Cash Assistance Program (ECAP) Fund

Emergency Cash Assistance Program (ECAP) As part of a county-wide collaboration, Hays County is establishing the Emergency Cash Assistance Program (ECAP) grant fund, which will disperse $600,000 to local businesses. The ECAP Fund is designed for those small businesses...

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Hays County Sheriff Allen Bridges Honored Posthumously

Former Hays County Sheriff Allen Bridges was honored posthumously when commissioners voted on July 28, 2020, to name the training area at the Hays County Sheriff's Office after him. It will be the "Allen Bridges Training Center". His wife Kathy Bridges was in...

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Early Voting Extended in Texas for Nov. 3 General Election

Governor Greg Abbott issued a Proclamation on July 27, 2020, extending the early voting period for the November 3 Election by nearly a week. Under this proclamation, early voting by personal appearance will begin on Tuesday, October 13, 2020, and continue through...

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Hays County COVID-19 Update August 13

Hays County Local Health Department today reports one (1) COVID-related fatality; a Dripping Springs woman in her 80s. Epidemiologist Eric Schneider also reported 20 new lab-confirmed cases, one (1) new hospitalization, one (1) hospital discharge and 46 additional...

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Hays County COVID-19 Update as of August 12

Hays County Courthouse, San Marcos, TX – Hays County Local Health Department today reports two (2) new COVID-related fatalities. One was a man from San Marcos in his 70s, the other a San Marcos man in in 80s. Neither was hospitalized at the time. Epidemiologist Eric...

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Hays County COVID-19 Update August 11, 2020

Hays County Local Health Department today reports 16 new lab-confirmed cases along with one hospital discharge and 67 additional individuals now considered recovered. Epidemiologist Eric Schneider said the County’s total of lab-confirmed cases is 5,066; of those,...

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