SAN MARCOS – The City of San Marcos and City of Wimberley will hold additional municipal committee and council meetings this week. The San Marcos Neighborhood Commission, Zoning Board of Adjustments, Veterans Affairs Advisory Board, and Wimberley City Council will be meeting this week.
There’s an old saying, “all politics start at the local level.” Important decisions on rules, laws, ordinances, codes, annual budget, and a large portion of our taxes are decided at the local level during meetings that most residents don’t give a second thought about.
The issues that affect your city, county, schools, and every day of your life are discussed and decided on during these meetings, including your tax rates. It is up to all of us to keep our local officials honest and shape the future of our county, school districts, and cities.
These weekly meetings, where important decisions are made for Hays County, schools, and school districts and the surrounding local municipalities of Buda, Dripping Springs, Kyle, San Marcos, and Wimberley are listed below.
Each page includes links to the official agenda, meeting minutes, agenda packets, and live or archived videos and/or audio (if available) for each of the government entities.
LOCAL GOVERNMENT MEETINGS SCHEDULED
FOR SEPTEMBER 17 & 18, 2020
TEXAS OPEN MEETING AND PUBLIC INFORMATION ACTS
Members of all Council-appointed boards/commissions are required by state law to receive training in Texas open government laws.
The Office of the Attorney General offers training courses and course completion certificates in the Open Meetings Act and Public Information Act and can be accessed at the Attorney General’s website.
*Note: Not all local government agencies are required to give prior notice of certain types of meetings, or agendas, agenda packets, meeting minutes or audio, video, or live streaming services on all sessions.