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Announcements

April 8, 2024 Agenda

March 11, 2024 Agenda

Barton Springs Edwards Aquifer Conservation District lowered the drought stage from Stage III to Stage II (Alarm Drought) effective March 1, 2024.https://cityofhays.org/wp-content/uploads/2024/03/BSEACD-update-2-29-2024.pdf

Filings for the May 2024 Election: Mayor, Lydia Bryan-Valdez; City Council Place 2, Gayle Hudgens; and City Council Place 3, Tony Valdez

Barton Springs Edwards Aquifer Conservation District lowered the drought status from Stage IV to Stage III (Critical Drought). Improved conditions of Barton Springs warrants the relaxing of some drought restrictions.

City-of-Hays-Agenda 02-12-2024

WATER-TARIFF-Revised-1-8-24.pdf

Solar Eclipse Party at City Hall on April 8, 2023 starting at 11:30 am to 2:30 pm. Snacks, drinks and solar glasses will be provided.

Urgent-Message-to-Water-Customers.pdf

January 2024 Hays Happenings

Water Tariff Amendment adopted on 1-18-2024

Important Election Information

Application For A Place on the Ballot For a General Election For a City, School District or Other Political Subdivision

City Sponsored Clean-up Date: April 27, 2024.

Adopted Budget for 2023-2024 Approved on September 11, 2023

City of Hays letter opposing the Milestone MUD

Milestone's Petition to be released from City of Hays ETJ

Hays Happenings - September - November 2023

This Month's Events - See Calenders of Events for 2024 under Events

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Category: City Council Meeting
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A Family-Friendly Community in Northern Hays County, Texas 78610

The city of Hays is a 1970s era subdivision nestled among tree lined streets and hidden from the big city.  Hays is a quiet, safe and friendly neighborhood surrounded by rural woodlands. Hays is perfect for families who are looking for a peaceful area to settle down.

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