Dripping Springs residents will be voting on city council and school board members this spring.
Dripping Springs City Council
Place 1: Taline Manassian*
Place 3: Geoffrey Tahuahua, Charley Busbey
Place 5: Travis Crow*, Sherrie Parks
Three City Council seats hold elections in odd years, including as the upcoming May election for Places 1, 3 and 5. The other two City Council positions as well as the Mayor hold elections in even years. Terms for Mayor Bill Foulds and Council Members Wade King and April Harris Allison expire in 2022.
Dripping Springs ISD
Top three vote-getters win election.
Mary Jane Hetrick*
Dripping Springs ISD terms are three years in length and all seats are at-large. Three seats will be up for election in 2021, which will be won by the top three vote-getters out of the group of nine candidates.
Two voting centers will be open in Dripping Springs.
Dripping Springs City Hall, 511 Mercer St., Dripping Springs, is open for early voting and Election Day.
Hays County Precinct 4 office, 195 Roger Hanks Parkway, Dripping Springs, is open for Election Day only.
DATES TO KNOW
April 19: First day of early voting
April 20: Last day to apply for ballot by mail (received, not postmarked)
April 27: Last day of early voting
May 1: Election Day
May 1: Last day to receive ballot by mail (unless late-arriving deadline applies)
Dripping Springs May 1 election: What you need to know before you vote
Dripping Springs City Hall is open for both early voting and Election Day voting this spring. (NIcholas Cicale/Community Impact Newspaper)