Construction is planned or underway on many projects throughout San Marcos and Kyle. Scroll through the above slideshow for more information on each project.
Development updates: Projects planned throughout San Marcos, Kyle
By JJ Velasquez
The Central Austin editor since 2016, JJ covers city government and other topics of community interest—when he's not editing the work of his prolific writers. He began his tenure at Community Impact Newspaper as the reporter for its San Marcos | Buda | Kyle edition covering local government and public education. The Laredo, Texas native is also a web developer whose mission is to make the internet a friendly place for finding objective and engaging news content.
The San Marcos CISD board of trustees will have three seats open for election on the May 2 ballot.
The renovation included building an additional 300 square feet of office space, which will allow space for three additional staff members.
The trail will be located around Children’s Park, Rio Vista Park and Ramon Lucio Park.
Two current trustees are running for reelection.
The mobility and master plan plan will identify needs, solutions and improvements to accommodate the city’s rapid growth.
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Oscar Wilde's "The Importance of Being Earnest" is the first Buda play for the nonprofit.
The Austin-base restaurant will serve home-made noodles that can be customized to any preference and sushi.
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The arrest follows a criminal investigation sparked by allegations that the employee engaged in improper purchasing practices.
Instead of 3,000 square feet, Waves Gymnastics will open with 6,000 square feet of space.
“This town has always been an artist's town,” Inspired Minds co-owner Sinéad Whiteside said.