From an opioid education program being approved in San Marcos, to updates to a city's short-term rental ordinance, check out the top four government news stories in San Marcos, Buda and Kyle in March.

San Marcos approves $100K contract for opioid treatment, education program

City Council approved a $100,000 contract with Cenikor—a nonprofit drug rehabilitation and mental health organization—to provide a program for opioid treatment, awareness and education March 19.

Read the full story here.

Kyle eyes November 2024 bond for community center

Kyle City Council may call a bond for a community center with a senior center, library functions and recreational space in the November 2024 election.

Read the full story here.

Buda selects site design for Buda Train Depot

Buda City Council selected site design A for the Buda Train Depot on March 5, which gives space for a plaza along Main Street that can be used for holiday and community celebrations.

Read the full story here.

San Marcos looks to update short-term rental ordinance

San Marcos City Council is poised to endorse proposed updates to the city’s short-term rental ordinance.

Learn more about the proposed updates here.