Hometown Kyle | 78640

Overview

Build-out year: Not built out

Builders: Ryland Homes, Pulte Homes

Square footage: 1,264–3,992

Home values: $155,000–249,000

HOA dues (estimated): $330 annually

Amenities: Two basketball courts, multiple hike and bike trails, pavilion, two toddler playscapes, tennis courts, three parks, three-car garage available

Nearby attractions: H-E-B Plus, Thunderhill Raceway, Hays CISD Performing Arts Center, Texas Old Town, Plum Creek Golf Course, Seton Hospital, Five Mile Dam recreational area

Property taxes:

  • City of Kyle — 0.4845
  • Hays CISD — 1.4613
  • Hays County — 0.4251
  • Road — 0.0440
  • Hays County ESD No. 5 — 0.1000
  • Austin Community College — 0.0948
  • Total (per $100 value) — 2.6097

Schools:

  • Kyle Elementary School
  • Wallace Middle School
  • Lehman High School
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The State Fair of Texas is expected to return in 2021. (Courtesy Kevin Brown/State Fair of Texas)
State Fair of Texas cancels 2020 season

This is the eighth time in the fair’s 134-year history that the event has been called off.

Interim President Jay Hartzell said in a letter to the UT campus July 7 that a staff member has died from COVID-19. (Jack Flagler/Community Impact Newspaper)
University of Texas custodial services staff member dies from COVID-19

This is the university's first death related to COVID-19, according to a message from interim President Jay Hartzell.

Neil Vickers, ACC executive vice president
Austin Community College approves $416.11 million budget for FY 2020-21, defers salary increases

The budget does not include staff raises, but raises will be re-evaluated in the fall.

Austin Community College President and CEO Richard Rhodes
Austin Community College resumes some in-person classes July 6

The district is continuing to offer most classes online, but some classes have resumed in-person activities.

Pharmacist Emily Smith opens a cooler for a patient to place their self-swab coronavirus test at a Walmart drive-thru testing site in McKinney on June 29. (Shelby Tauber/The Texas Tribune)
Poll says Texans' hopes for quick return to pre-coronavirus life are fading

Texans remain focused on the coronavirus pandemic and are less optimistic about returning the state to normal quickly, according to polling by the Texas Politics Project at the University of Texas.

Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller recently backed a movement calling for the reopening of winery and distillery tasting rooms and brewery and brewpub taprooms. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
Texas agriculture commissioner joins voices calling for reopening of tasting rooms, taprooms

In a letter to Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller said demand from distilleries and breweries provides an important revenue stream to the state's farmers.

Residents will have the opportunity to speak for or against the proposed COVID-19 testing program at a July 7 San Marcos City Council meeting. (Evelin Garcia/ Community Impact Newspaper)
San Marcos seeks public input on proposed COVID-19 testing program through federal funding

The city of San Marcos is seeking public comments on the proposal to add a COVID-19 testing program through the Community Development Block Grant for coronavirus response.

The First Street Foundation's dataset includes a forecast models that anticipate the effects of climate change and sea level rise. (Screenshot via First Street Foundation)
Analysis: FEMA may be undercounting national total flood risk by as much as 70%

The new dataset includes an interactive Flood Factor dashboard that anyone can use to assess the risk of flooding over a 30-year period for any address.

Gov. Greg Abbott
Gov. Greg Abbott: Texans must wear masks in public starting July 3

"COVID-19 is not going away," Gov. Abbott said. "In fact, it is getting worse."

This year, celebrations of the Fourth of July holiday will look different in Buda, Kyle and San Marcos amid the coronavirus pandemic. (Courtesy San Marcos)
Here are some Fourth of July celebrations in Buda, Kyle and San Marcos

Fourth of July celebrations will look different this year for cities along the I-35 corridor due to increasing cases of COVID-19 in area. Here are some holiday plans in Buda, Kyle and San Marcos.

When interest rates are low, homeowners may look to save money by refinancing, which means getting a new mortgage with a better term or interest rate to lower payments. (Source: Matt Frankel/Community Impact Newspaper)
'Refinancing isn't free:' How to navigate refinancing a mortgage

When interest rates are low, homeowners may look to save money by refinancing, which means getting a new mortgage with a better term or interest rate to lower payments.