Responding to citizen concerns about white tailed deer on private property, San Marcos city officials are inviting residents to participate in an online survey concerning deer management through Jan. 31.
The city’s animal services advisory board is conducting the survey to explore options. The survey is available at www.sanmarcostx.gov.
The board has held two public hearings in the past year and is seeking additional public comment on deer management in San Marcos.
Texas State University graduate student Matt Anding, a teaching assistant in the Geography Department, is coordinating the survey project. Anding will compile the data from the survey and report back to the animal services advisory board. The board will consider recommendations to send to the city council.
For more information, contact the city’s animal services department at (512) 805-2650.