A survey commissioned by the City of San Marcos showed that residents generally have a positive view of city services and spending priorities, but are less happy with the quality of new development, planning for growth and availability of job opportunities.
Kelly Franks, who has administrated the city’s Main Street program for 25 years and co-founded the annual Sights and Sounds of Christmas festival, is retiring.
San Marcos City Manager Jim Nuse notified city council members in an email sent shortly after midnight this morning that he is resigning effective Sept. 30.
Both southbound lanes of C.M. Allen Parkway at University Drive are closed today as contractors patch up a wastewater system failure that caused as many as 15,000 gallons of untreated sewage to spill into the San Marcos River on Wednesday.
Former San Marcos mayor candidate Thom Prentice was arrested at San Marcos City Hall this evening after twice creating disturbances that forced Planning & Zoning commission to recess their meeting.
San Marcos business owners who say they have been hit hard by months of major construction on North LBJ and Hutchison streets will hold a sidewalk sale on Saturday, April 20.
The San Marcos Neighborhood Commission will host a workshop to discuss neighborhood issues in the Hughson Heights neighborhood on 6-8 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 20 at the Seventh Day Adventist Church gym, 1523 Old Ranch Road 12.
The City of San Marcos has announced road and street closures due to construction for Feb. 17-23.
San Marcos officials will conduct a community survey next week with the assistance of ETC Institute, a national research company, to gauge the level of satisfaction residents have with city services and learn their perceptions of the community.
The San Marcos City Council’s agenda tonight includes consideration of a development agreement for the Lazy Oaks Ranch subdivision off Ranch Road 12 and appointment of a committee to study the conditional use permit system that regulates bars and restaurants that serve alcohol downtown.