Your time is now to comment on Hays County’s Transportation Plan update, which has been in development since the summer. Virtual Open House Round 2 and public input survey (due by Feb. 7) are available online: https://www.haystransportationplan.com/open-house-2 A six-minute video presentation is accompanied by an interactive plan map and detailed list of roadway recommendations. For … Continue reading Survey Window Opens for Draft Hays County Transportation Plan
The EAA weather station near Burnett Ranches measured 1 inch of rain at the end of November. With dry conditions, the rainfall was absorbed by exceptionally dry soils. Even the six inches of rain in early September did little to boost groundwater storage for the long term. This late in the dry season, it will … Continue reading 2020 December Hydro Report
It’s truly amazing how much our Hill Country community of Hays, Blanco and Gillespie counties have come together to oppose Kinder Morgan’s Permian Highway pipeline. Uniting against this existential, external threat has brought us together to stand up for our rights for clean water and to protect the health and safety of our families and … Continue reading Speak Now Please! Together We Can Save Our Hill Country Future, Not Pave It!
Wimberley Community Center January 29th at 5:30 PMMeeting called by Hays County Precinct 3 Commissioner’s Office The Kinder Morgan Permian Highway Pipeline is currently planned to come through the Hill Country and will directly impact 82 properties in Hays County. Along its route, the pipeline will cross rivers, creeks, karst aquifer recharge zones and critical … Continue reading Hays County Commissioners Office Calls Public Meeting to Discuss the Permian Basin Pipeline
A new website, Beautiful Hays County, is now available for Hays Country residents who want to find out more about the natural environment of the Texas hill country. It was created by The Hays County Chapter of the Texas Master Naturalist™ program. “The site is a valuable source of information for everyone interested in nature, … Continue reading Hays County Master Naturalists Launch New Website