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San Marcos City Council Appoints Jay Petrek to Vacant Council Seat

On Tuesday, Jan. 15 at 6 pm, the San Marcos City Council unanimously decided to appoint Jay Petrek to fill a vacant seat after...

Get to Know New San Marcos Mayor Rebecca Jones

Mayor Rebecca Jones was elected in November to serve as Mayor of San Marcos until November 2022. The following biography was found on the...

Lane Closures Scheduled Along San Marcos Boulevard Beginning in January

Beginning in early January through March 2019, motorists can expect intermittent singling and double lane closures along both westbound and eastbound San Marcos Boulevard...

San Marcos City Hall to Close for the holidays from Dec....

San Marcos city facilities including City Hall, Parks and Recreation, and Public Works will close for the holidays beginning Tuesday, December 25 and will...

Vegetation Clearing to Begin in the San Marcos Creek

Vegetation clearing to begin in the San Marcos Creek are to pave way for future construction. The City of San Marcos will be clearing areas...

San Marcos City Council Seeks Applicants to Fill Vacant Council Seat

On Tuesday, Dec.11 the San Marcos City Council decided unanimously on a process to replace former Council Member Rebecca Jones who was sworn in...

San Marcos Residents Encouraged to Apply for Various Commissions and Committees

City officials are encouraging residents to get involved and make a difference in their community by applying for open positions on the Parks &...

San Marcos Santa’s Village and Tree Lighting

San Marcos Civic Center | Saturday, Dec. 1 | 9 am-7 pm Join us for breakfast and stay all day! This annual event...

Be Safe in the Rain

Be Safe in the Rain City safety officials want to remind you of some important tips to avoid car accidents and other rain-related hazards during...

San Marcos Supplying Region with a Future-Ready Workforce

When you were a child, what did you want to be? Whatever it was, it’s probably still a viable career. But that’s not necessarily...
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