Notice of Public Hearings

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS, THAT:

The City of Uhland, Texas has received application for voluntary annexation proceedings to enlarge and extend the boundary limits of said city to include the following described territory,

BEING ALL OF THAT CERTAIN 32.81 (Tract 2) of 52.459 acres of the Walt Schmeltekoph Jr Tract, A0367 Albert pace Survey, Tract 2 Vol 219, page 285. The additional/remainder acreage is in the Uhland City Limits (Tract 1) being 17.19 acres.

A public hearing will be held August 12, 2019 at 6:00 pm and September 3, 2019 at 6:00 pm at 15 North Old Spanish Trail Uhland, Texas for all persons interested in the above proposed voluntary annexation. At said time and place all such persons shall have the right to appear and be heard. 512-398-7399

The City of Uhland, Texas received an application for Zoning change from Agricultural to Planned Unit Development District (PUD)

ALL OF THAT CERTAIN 52.459 ACRES of the Walt Schmeltekoph Jr Tract, A0367 Albert pace Survey, Tract 2 Vol 219, page 285.

A public hearing will be held August 26 at 6:00 pm at 15 North Old Spanish Trail Uhland, Texas for all persons interested in the above proposed zoning change. At said time and place all such persons shall have the right to appear and be heard.

BEING 52.459 ACRES OF LAND FOR SITE BUILT SINGLE FAMILY HOMES SAID TRACT OF LAND with a 2.28-acre Commercial Lot on Corner of Grist Mill Road and Heidenreich Lane Uhland Texas.

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Public Hearing – Zoning Change

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS, THAT:

The City of Uhland, Texas received an application for Zoning change from Agricultural to
Planned Development District (PDD)

ALL OF THAT CERTAIN 113.478 ACRES WHICH IS A PART OF THE JOHN STEWART SURVEY, ABSTRACT NUMBER 14, SITUATED IN HAYS COUNTY, TEXAS. BEING MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS BEING A PORTION OF THAT 129.710 ACRE TRACT OF LAND, CONVEYED TO RH & JS DEVELOPMENT IN VOLUME 3761, PAGE 193, OFFICIAL PUBLIC RECORDS, HAYS COUNTY, TEXAS, BEING MORE FULLY DESCRIBED BY METES AND BOUNDS TO BE ZONED A “PLANNED DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT (PDD)” AS DEFINED BY THE ZONING ORDINANCE, CITY OF UHLAND, TX. A COMPLETE DESCRIPTION OF WHICH MAY BE SEEN AT CITY HALL, UHLAND, TEXAS.

A public hearing will be held July 3rd at 6:00 pm at 15 North Old Spanish Trail Uhland, Texas for all persons interested in the above proposed annexation. At said time and place all such persons shall have the right to appear and be heard.

BEING 129.710 ACRES OF LAND FOR SITE BUILT SINGLE FAMILY HOMES SAID TRACT OF LAND

 

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS, THAT:

The City of Uhland, Texas received an application for Zoning change from Agricultural to
General Business (GB).

ALL OF THAT CERTAIN 15.869 ACRES OF LAND WHICH IS A PART OF THE
JOHN STEWART SURVEY, ABSTRACT NUMBER 14, SITUATED IN HAYS
COUNTY, TEXAS. BEING MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS BEING A PORTION OF THAT 129.710 ACRE TRACT OF LAND, CONVEYED TO RH & JS DEVELOPMENT IN VOLUME 3761, PAGE 193, OFFICIAL PUBLIC RECORDS, HAYS COUNTY, TEXAS, BEING MORE FULLY DESCRIBED BY METES AND BOUNDS TO BE ZONED AS GENERAL BUSINESS (GB) AS DEFINED BY THE ZONING ORDINANCE CITY OF UHLAND, TX.

A COMPLETE DESCRIPTION OF WHICH MAY BE SEEN AT CITY HALL,
UHLAND, TEXAS.

A public hearing will be held July 3
rd at 6:00 pm at 15 North Old Spanish Trail Uhland, Texas for all persons interested in the above proposed annexation. At said time and place all such persons shall have the right to appear and be heard.

BEING 129.710 ACRES OF LAND FOR SITE BUILT SINGLE FAMILY HOMES. SAID TRACT OF LAND.

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Public Hearing – Voluntary Annexation

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS, THAT:

The City of Uhland, Texas has received application for voluntary annexation proceedings to enlarge and extend the boundary limits of said city to include the following described territory,

BEING ALL OF THAT CERTAIN 103.472 ACRE TRACT OR PARCEL OF LAND OUT OF AND A PART OF THE JOHN STEWART SURVEY, ABSTRACT NUMBER 14, SITUATED INHAYS COUNTY, TEXAS, SAID TRACT OF LAND BEING MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS BEING A PORTION OF THAT CALLED 129.710 ACRE TRACT OF LAND, CONVEYED TO RH & JS DEVELOPMENT IN VOLUME
3761, PAGE 193, OFFICIAL PUBLIC RECORDS, HAYS COUNTY, TEXAS, SAID 103.472 TRACT OF LAND BEING MORE FULLY DESCRIBED BY METES AND BOUNDS. COMPLETE DESCRIPTION MAY BE SEEN AT CITY HALL, UHLAND,TEXAS.

A public hearing will be held June 5th, 2019 at 6:00 pm and July 3rd at 6:00 pm at 15 North Old Spanish Trail Uhland, Texas for all persons interested in the above proposed annexation. At said time and place all such persons shall have the right to appear and be heard. 512-398-7399

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Public Hearing – Zoning Change

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS, THAT:

The City of Uhland, Texas has received application for Zoning change from Multi-Family 2 and General Business to a Planned Development District (PDD) RV Resort and Commercial.

All a certain tract or parcel of land situated in Hays County, Texas and being part of the August Reuss Survey A-398 and being a part of tract of land called 48.26 acres conveyed to Myrtis A. Hanson by deed recorded volume 362 page 429 of the deeds of the Hays County Texas. All 19.5 acres of the mentioned property. (R122309)

A public hearing will be held June 5th, 2019 at 6:00 pm and July 3rd at 6:00 pm at 15 North Old Spanish Trail Uhland, Texas for all persons interested in the above proposed annexation. At said time and place all such persons shall have the right to appear and be heard. 512-398-7399

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Public Hearing – Voluntary Annexation

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS, THAT:

The City of Uhland, Texas has received application for voluntary annexation proceedings to enlarge and extend the boundary limits of said city to include the following described territory, 1.54 acres of the ABS 398 A Reuss Survey volume 1731-pages 802-806 Property Id R 17634 & R 122309 of the A Reuss Survey.

A public hearing will be held July 3rd, 2019 at 6:00 pm at 15 North Old Spanish Trail Uhland, Texas for all persons interested in the above proposed voluntary annexation. At said time and place all such persons shall have the right to appear and be heard. 512-398-7399

Hays County Precinct 3 Commissioner Lon Shell Sets Public Meeting to Discuss Kinder Morgan Pipeline

Hays County Precinct 3 Office, Wimberley, TX – Precinct 3 Commissioner Lon Shell is inviting members of the public with interest in or questions about the Kinder Morgan Permian Highway Pipeline to join him at a public meeting Tuesday, January 29, 5:30-8:00 p.m., at the Wimberley Community Center.

“We will share information about the planned route as well as discuss environmental concerns, property rights, and other issues related to the project and its potential impact on Hays County,” Shell said. “We want to share what we know now, what we expect, and to hear concerns from our residents.”

The meeting will include a panel of experts in relevant areas and a presentation by representatives who have been working with landowners in the area. Following the presentation there will be a question-and-answer session.

Representatives from Kinder Morgan have been invited to attend, but are not on the agenda.

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Open House – SH 21 from SH 80 to SH 71

Join us for an open house to discuss proposed SH 21 improvements between SH 80 to SH 71 in Hays, Caldwell, and Bastrop Counties. Team members will be on hand to answer questions and provide information. The purpose of the proposed project is to improve traffic operations and safety.

Volunteers for Planning Committee Needed

The City of Uhland is looking for community input on a variety of topics such as a comprehensive plan, zoning ordinances, and subdivision ordinances. Please contact the City office if you would be interested in serving your community and planning for the future of our City.

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5th Annual Bulk Waste Collection

On Saturday, September 15th, 2018, the City of Uhland will provide a bulky waste collection event.

Please have your bulky waste items on the curb for collection by 7:00am on September 15, 2018.

We will collect up to four (4) cubic yards of bulky items per residence. As a reference, your trash cart is almost one (1) cubic yard in size.

Items may not weigh more than 40 pounds. Bundles may not be longer than four (4) feet in length or more than 40 pounds in weight.

Any refrigerator, freezer, or air conditioner must have freon removed and have a tag from a certified technician that indicates freon has been removed.

No flammable liquids, compressed gas tanks, gasoline, oil, diesel fuel, kerosene, chemicals, ammunition, or explosives.

You must be current on your waste collection bill in order to have your bulk items picked up.

We are proud to serve our community. Questions? Call (512) 398-7399

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Back to School Immunization Celebration!

The Hays County Local Health Department and Live Oak Health Partners Community Clinic want to lessen the sting of back-to-school immunizations by providing a week of free vaccinations for eligible children.

The free vaccinations will take place from August 6-10 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 401 Broadway St. in San Marcos. Children who qualify for the free vaccinations must be 18 years of age or younger, and be uninsured, underinsured, on Medicaid, or CHIP. Children covered by insurance are also welcome to attend although are not eligible for free vaccinations.

On Monday, August 6 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., children can come by to receive their necessary immunizations and enjoy free games, snacks, and prizes from local businesses. In the morning, the San Marcos Parks and Recreation Department will be providing games for children to play inside Anita Reyes Park next to the Health Department. Bring your camera – throughout the day, parents can take photos of their children with various emergency vehicles: a firetruck, ambulance and S.W.A.T. vehicle will be on the scene. They’ll even have a chance to visit the Bookmobile provided by Community Action Inc. of Central Texas. Parents will have the opportunity to gather information from the many organizations that will also be available to discuss services they provide for our community as well as get a few treats of their own.

For information about the event or to check your child’s eligibility, call 512-393-5520.

 

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Feral Hog Management Program Kicks off in Hays County

SAN MARCOS, TEXAS – July 23, 2018 –  Hays County has launched a new program to help reduce the feral hog population after receiving a grant from Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service, Wildlife Services to assist residents with feral hog management efforts. The program will include a Feral Hog Workshop and webinar, a bounty program, a countywide damage assessment and financial assistance to selected landowners who wish to trap hogs.

The County has partnered with The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment at Texas State University, the Cypress Creek Project, the San Marcos Watershed Initiative, the Plum Creek Watershed Partnership, Caldwell County and Guadalupe County to assist with educational components of the program.

“The 2018 feral hog program in Hays County has a great opportunity for sustained success as we have received both the funding and support to coordinate on a regional scale with projects in Caldwell County and Guadalupe County,” said Nick Dornak, Watershed Services Coordinator at The Meadows Center.

Feral hogs are a problem in Texas that impact water quality in our creeks and rivers, as well as cause financial loss to agricultural production. Texas is home to an estimated 3 million feral hogs. Lacking sweat glands, hogs seek out shelter along Texas creeks and rivers, which can result in contamination of those waterways, such as Cypress Creek. Also, hog rooting and feeding behaviors impact agricultural production across the State and nation.

“Feral hogs continue to pose significant problems for both agriculture producers and residential property owners in Hays County,” said Jason Mangold, Hays County Extension Agent for Agriculture and Natural Resources.

The Hays County bounty program will be held on Wednesdaysbeginning July 25 and run through August 22. All tails and forms must be submitted by Wednesday, August 22. During that period, individuals can bring in feral hog tails and/or certified buying station receipts to the Hays County AgriLife Extension office, 220 Stillwater Drive Wimberley, (Wednesdays only)during regular business hours (8am-12pm and 1pm-5pm). Tailsand/or receipts must be from feral hogs harvested in Hays County. Participants will be required to complete a participation form, which can be obtained from the Hays County Extension Office or on the Central Texas Feral Hog Task Force website.The property owners name and contact information where the hogs were harvested are required on the form.

The Hays County Feral Hog Workshop will be held on Wednesday, August 15 at the Dunbar Recreation Center, 801 W MLK Street San Marcos, from 12:30pm to 3:30pm for interested residents to learn about feral hog management measures. Workshop details will be posted online at http://www.feralhogtaskforce.com/calendar.

For more information, visit the project website,http://www.feralhogtaskforce.com/hays. For questions, email The Meadows Center at feralhog@txstate.edu or call 512.245.6697.

About The Meadows Center
The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment at Texas State University was named following a generous gift from The Meadows Foundation in August 2012. The Meadows Center inspires research, innovation and leadership that ensures clean, abundant water for the environment and all humanity, and is led by Executive Director Andrew Sansom, Ph.D.

http://www.feralhogtaskforce.com/hays.html

Office of Emergency Management – Suspicious Packages

Download the NoticePlease report any suspicious packages that you may come across at your home,
public spaces, educational institutions,
or businesses to 9-1-1.

Suspicious packages can come in many shapes and sizes but be on the lookout for the possible
signs:

  • Lopsided or uneven packaging -Rigid or bulky packaging
  • No or strange return address
    information
  • Packages that are missing or incorrect
    addresses or incorrect names
  • Protruding wires
  • Strange Odors
  • Oily stains, discolorations or crystallization on wrapper
  • Excessive tape or string
  • Sounds
  • Boxes, luggage, backpacks, containers
  • Parcels may be unprofessionally wrapped with several combinations of tape or string used to secure the package, and may be endorsed “Fragile—Handle With Care” or “Rush—Do Not Delay.”

Situations that may be cause for concern and warrant a call to 9-1-1:

  • Packages or baggage left at the front door when you aren’t expecting any
  • Packages or baggage left on sidewalks, running trails, parking garages or public spaces

What should you do if you come across a suspicious package:

  • Call 9-1-1 immediately
  • Do not handle the package
  • Keep people and pets away from the package and look for possible indicators
  • Do not open, smell or taste anything if you have touched the package wash your
    hands immediately with soap and water.

Do not use cellphones, pagers, radios or any other devices that rely on wireless
communications while near the suspicious package.

Visit HaysInformed.com for further information and any emergency messages
2171 Yarrington Road, Suite 300, Kyle, Texas 78640

Tel: 512-393-7300

www.co.hays.tx.us

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Dacy Lane Closed 3/12 – 3/16

Hays County Courthouse, San Marcos, TX – Hays County will close Dacy Lane at the low-water crossing near the 3800 block between Bebee Road and Windy Hill Road from March 12 through March 16.

The Hays County Transportation Department will be replacing damaged crossing pipes and installing a guard rail. The work is planned for the week of spring break to avoid conflict with school bus routes.

Traffic should detour by taking Bebee Road to the feeder road of I-35 to Windy Hill Road.

Notice of Public Hearings

Notice is hereby given of public hearings to be held on the establishment of a moratorium on property development including the acceptance and processing of subdivision plats and site development plans for land within the City of Uhland and its extraterritorial jurisdiction; providing for enforcement, including criminal fines and civil penalties of $500 per offense. A public hearing on the proposed moratorium shall be held Thursday March 8, 2018, at 6:00 pm at 15 North Old Spanish Trail Uhland Tx,78640.

A second public hearing will be held Monday March 12, 2017 at 6:00 pm. At 15 North Old Spanish Trail Uhland, Tx 78640.
For more information, contact Uhland City Hall at 512-398-7399.