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County Burn Ban set to Expire

The Hays County Burn Ban expired on September 13, 2022, per a decision made by Hays County Commissioners Court. The Court will revisit the issue at an upcoming meeting. County residents can apply for open burn permits:

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September is National Emergency Preparedness Month

September is National Emergency Preparedness Month! Hays County Commissioners Court approved a proclamation on August 30, 2022, for the designation. Office of Emergency Services Director Mike Jones and Emergency Preparedness Coordinator Michelle Villegas addressed the...

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Election Info/FAQs

We have no greater right in our republic than the right to vote in free, independent elections. The Hays County Elections Office wants everyone who chooses to vote to do so. This November 8 is the mid-term election. Before that rolls around, let's get you ready to go....

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Road Closure at SH 80

The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) initiated construction of improvements on SH 80 on July 18, 2022, from Military Drive to FM 1984 in Caldwell County, including widening the roadway from a four-lane rural highway to a five-lane suburban highway with a...

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Back to School Safety Tips

It's that time, folks - school is starting up all around Hays County and surrounding areas. The first day of school is often stressful for many of us, from our littles to those of us considered slightly more over the hill. Let's show each other some extra love. Here...

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Justice of the Peace 5 Office Closed July 4-8

Justice of the Peace Lucinda Doyle said her Precinct 5 office will be closed next week, on Monday for the July 4 holiday and the remainder of the week, July 5-8, for building maintenance repairs. "My staff will be working remotely to answer phone calls and emails,"...

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