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Mayor Jordan Proclaims April 14-20, 2019 as "Public Telecommunicator Week" in Horseshoe Bay at the April 16, 2019 City Council meeting.
Mayor Jordan declared May 5-11, 2019 as "Municipal Clerks Week" in Horseshoe Bay at the April 16th City Council meeting.
Mayor Jordan declared April 2019 as National Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Month, also known as the Blue Ribbon Month, at the March 19th City Council meeting.
LLANO AND BURNET COUNTIES, Texas – In consultation with the Llano and Burnet county judges, the mayors of Horseshoe Bay, Marble Falls and other incorporated towns on lakes LBJ and Marble Falls, LCRA is today announcing an amended schedule for th...
LLANO AND BURNET COUNTIES, Texas – The Lower Colorado River Authority is extending the ongoing drawdowns of lakes LBJ and Marble Falls by three weeks to assist area residents recovering from recent historic flooding. The refill now is set to beg...
Mayor Jordan declares April 15-21, 2018 as "International Dark Sky Week" in Horseshoe Bay, at the April 17th City Council meeting. In November 2015, the International Dark Sky Association designated Horseshoe Bay as an International Dark Sky Com...
Proclamation of the City of Horseshoe Bay
Honoring The Contributions of
WHEREAS, Winnie Woodruff has served as a volunteer with the Telecare Program for fifteen years in the City of Horseshoe Bay, Texas; and
As general contractors in our community you have a responsibility to ensure that your subcontractors not only keep their sites clean, but also not contribute any trash on City streets from throwing items into the backs of their trucks and ha...
Contractors should expect higher fees for remodels, accessory structures, and commercial and multi-family construction. &a...
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Millions of monarch butterflies are headed to Mexico from North American breeding grounds with a route of more than 2,500 miles. Ninety percent of all monarch butterflies migrate through Texas from September to November, peaking in mid-October.