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City of Hays Water Integrity Call to Action
Summary:
Milestone is requesting a permit to dispose of treated wastewater via
surface irrigation on land at FM 1626 + SH45.
This is land with direct access to Edwards Aquifer, which could
infiltrate the sole source of drinking water for all City of Hays
residents.
Our soil and land features in the City of Hays and Hays Commons
cannot absorb the volume (up to 150,00 gallons per day on 60 acres)
of wastewater proposed.
Water quality is essential to our lives and futures in the City of Hays,
and we want the residents to be involved.
City of Hays Resident Actions:
Attend the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ)
meeting:
o July 16, 2024 at 7 pm
o Comfort Suites
o 15295 S IH 35, Building 800
o Buda, Texas 78610
**Apply to be a party to a contested case hearing, and/or make comments,
by July 25th, 2024 electronically at www.tceq.texas.gov/goto/comment OR
By mail to the Office of the Chief Clerk, MC 105, Texas Commission on
Environmental Quality, PO Box 13087, Austin, Tx. 78711-3087.

Permit No: WQ0016373001

 

 

Ice Cream Social - July 27th, 6-8 PM!

Budget Committee Meeting - July 15, 2024, 6 PM

Agenda for July 8, 2024

Hays Happenings for June - July 2024

TCEQ Public Meeting on 7-16-2024

Final Audit Report 9-30-2023

6-10-2024 Agenda

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

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

Urgent-Message-to-Water-Customers.pdf

Water Tariff Amendment adopted on 1-18-2024

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 Calendars of Events for 2024 under Events

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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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