— Mariana Espinoza Our parks are important in establishing and maintaining the quality of life in our community. The Dripping Springs Parks and Community Services Department has over 271 acres of parkland and is home to the Hill Country’s Premier Special Event Venue, the 110 Acre Dripping Springs Ranch Park. Our Veterans Memorial Park is […]Read More Discover All That Our Parks Have to Offer
— By Aaron Bond Summer is here and there’s no better way to keep cool than a dip in the pool. If you need a place to swim, we have you covered. Founders Memorial Park Pool is the perfect spot to make a splash. If you haven’t paid a visit to the pool, we invite […]Read More Stay Cool in the Pool!
As we head into the heat of summer, we can take comfort in the knowledge that all those hot, sunny days also bring forth everyone’s favorite summer vegetable – homegrown tomatoes! Whether tossed in a salad, sliced on a bun, or eaten on their own, tomatoes are nature’s reward for surviving the heat of June […]Read More Join Us for Tomato Time! – June 20th & 27th
We recently posted “Ten Things Everyone Should Know About the City’s Proposed Wastewater Permit.” If you have not had an opportunity to read that blog post, we encourage you to do so. It explains that the City’s plan from the beginning has been, not to discharge, but to reuse treated effluent so as to lessen […]Read More More Facts About The City’s Proposed Discharge Permit
Have you heard that the City of Dripping Springs is seeking a permit that would allow it to discharge 995,000 gallons of wastewater effluent per day into Onion Creek? If that concerns you or makes you wonder what the City is doing or why, we hope you will ask questions before deciding that the City […]Read More Ten Things Everyone Should Know About The City’s Proposed Discharge Permit
— Andrea Cunningham, City Secretary for the City of Dripping Springs What I love most about being a City Secretary is my engagement with the public. I enjoy putting citizens in touch with their local leaders and teaching them how their local government can work for them. In my capacity, I receive a myriad of […]Read More Public Hearings are a Powerful Tool for Citizens
The Hays Trinity Ground Water Conservation District recently provided the Onion Creek Preliminary Dye Trace Study Results to the City of Dripping Springs. Because the City was not asked to participate in the study, we do not have any more information at this time than what was provided to the press. However, our groundwater experts […]Read More Statement from Mayor Purcell on the Preliminary Dye Trace Study Results