Leon Valley
TX

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Upcoming Events

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·              Next City Council Meeting, May 16, 2017

·              Canvassing of the 2017 General Election and swearing in of City Council elect May 16, 2017

·              Flood/Storm Siren, May 3, 2017 at noon

·              Great Stride Walk, May 6, 2017 at Raymond Rimkus Park

·              14th Annual Hog Wild Event, May 22, 2017 at Texas State University in San Marcos

·              City Offices Closed, May 29, 2017 in observance of Memorial Day

·              Miscellaneous other events and announcements.

 

 

Meeting History

May 2, 2017 7:00 PM  City Council Regular Meeting

· Next City Council Meeting, May 16, 2017

· Canvassing of the 2017 General Election and swearing in of City Council elect May 16, 2017

· Flood/Storm Siren, May 3, 2017 at noon

· Great Stride Walk, May 6, 2017 at Raymond Rimkus Park

· 14th Annual Hog Wild Event, May 22, 2017 at Texas State University in San Marcos

· City Offices Closed, May 29, 2017 in observance of Memorial Day

· Miscellaneous other events and announcements.

City Manager Kuenstler supplemented her weekly report which is posted to the City’s website: the sound clip of the new siren has been posted to the City’s website as well as on Next Door Neighbor for those who would like to hear it before tomorrow’s test; congratulations once again to the Leon Valley Fire Department for the award last week that was presented in Richardson, TX; congratulations to the Police Department and Captain Saucedo who collected 16 boxes of unwanted narcotics during the Drug Take Back Event last weekend; City Manager Kuenstler displayed the 2017 Air Quality Stewardship Trailblazer Award that was presented to the City of Leon Valley Saturday, April 22nd; City Manager Kuenstler reminded everyone of the Hog Wild Training Event in San Marcos on May 22nd ; and lastly, AARP reported that they prepared a total of 576 e-file. Next year Ms. Kuenstler will find out how many of those who file here are Leon Valley residents vs nonresidents.

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