Below is information on the Hays County Strategic Plan. Please go to the website below and attend one of the public meetings to voice your support for parks and natural areas in Hays county.
Hays County residents now have more opportunities to shape the future of their county by offering opinions and insights during the development of the county's Strategic Policy Plan, either through completing an online survey or participating in a public meeting, or both.
Quality of life in Hays County, water quality and quantity, delivery of health care and transportation services, and the need for parks and recreation are some of the key issues that will demand a coordinated, well-thought-out plan as governmental agencies keep up with the rapid growth in Hays County. The plan will help myriad entities in the county work together to find solutions, avoid duplication of effort and provide a seamless delivery of services to residents.
The plan is being developed in conjunction with city leaders as well as with a variety of stakeholder groups, such as
school districts, senior citizens, health care providers, conservationists, developers and business owners and individual
citizens. Planners with Hays County, the Lower Colorado River Authority, Pedernales Electric Co-op and Bluebonnet Electric Co-op are assisting by organizing meetings and compiling results under the direction of a multi-faceted steering committee.
Residents can assist by filling out a survey available on the Hays County Web site at http://www.co.hays.tx.us or
directly at http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?sm=AcDfT3x7o5RtcaugcYAmwQ_3d_3d.
The public is invited to discuss their concerns and ideas from 6:30 to 9 p.m.:
November 10 at the Wimberley Community Center, 14068 RR 12, Wimberley
November 12 at Chapa Middle School, 3311 Dacy Lane, Kyle
November 17 at the San Marcos Police Department, 630 E. Hopkins St., San Marcos
November 19 at Dripping Springs City Hall, 511 Mercer St., Dripping Springs