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Si has pasado por el Ayuntamiento de San Marcos o la tienda HEB en Thorpe Lane y la Calle Hopkins, es posible que ya hayas visto un nuevo mural.
This holiday season SMTX Utilities is working to make sure everyone in San Marcos is warm with the second annual Winter Heater Drive in full swing.
An estimated 35 City employees took on extra duties as Santa's elves and volunteered their time to make Downtown San Marcos as festive stop during the holiday season...
The City of San Marcos unveiled a new mural at City Hall that depicts the origin of the native indigenous community here in San Marcos...
One of our own San Marcos Police officers is putting our city on the map internationally. Corporal Claudia Cormier was recently named a 40 Under 40 awardee...
The Citizens Fire Academy (CFA), hosted by the San Marcos Fire Department, wrapped up on November 2, 2023, with 12 cadets graduating from the program.
Due to rising water levels at the Edwards Aquifer, Canyon Lake, and Comal River, the City of San Marcos will return to Stage 3 drought restrictions effective...
As of November 1, 2023, the City of San Marcos is accepting donations for its 2nd Annual Winter Heater Drive. Space heaters donated during the initiative will be...
By offering trees to the community for free, the Parks and Recreation Department hopes to encourage residents to plant native and adapted trees at their own homes...
SMTX Utilities customers can expect to see increases to their monthly utility bill beginning in October.
A variety of resources and teams had to come together to investigate a sexual assault case in San Marcos that had gone cold.
The agreement with the City of Kyle will not impact the amount of water available to SMTX Utilities water customers and will not impact customers' water rates. There is no financial cost to the City of San Marcos for temporarily transferring the water rights.
Thanks to teamwork among our San Marcos Police Department and neighboring law enforcement agencies, investigators have arrested three people accused of kidnapping...
The San Marcos City Council voted to approve a residential homestead property tax exemption of $15,000 and raised the exemption for senior citizens and individuals with disabilities from $25,000 to $35,000....
The Citizen Connect platform allows residents to view basic data about incidents and arrests. Residents can also create alerts to stay in the loop at what's happening in their neighborhood and the places they visit every day.
The Texas A&M Forest Service has increased the Texas Wildland Fire Preparedness Level to level four out of five. Residents are encouraged to take steps to help prevent wildfires from sparking in our community...
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11/22/2023 - Thanksgiving Highway & Office Closures
11/08/2023 - Garza, Scott Re-Elected to San Marcos City Council
10/25/2023 - $0 Dog Adoption Fees Through October 28th
10/11/2023 - October 14th Annular Eclipse Tips
09/27/2023 - City Updates 2024 Budget and Tax Rates
09/13/2023 - SMTX Utilities Giving Away $100 Water Credit
09/06/2023 - City Council to Adopt New Budget and Tax Rate
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Sat Dec. 16Wreaths Across America Day The City of San Marcos Parks and Recreation Department is proud to participate in the national Wreat...
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