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City staff proposes to brighten up downtown San Marcos

The city of San Marcos proposed to transform downtown by installing permanent accent lighting that will resemble the temporary lights during the holiday season. City...

San Marcos ranked one of the best cities in America for...

San Marcos has another title to adorn. Online travel magazine has named the city one of “America's Best Places to Live." The magazine touched on the...

New exhibition in Discovery Hall highlights Native American history

The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment added a new exhibition to Discovery Hall to highlight the historical significance of the Spring Lake area...

City Council covers Cape’s Dam, downtown renovations and more

San Marcos City Council began session with public comment following a downtown lighting presentation and improvements on Hopkins Street. During public comment, residents disagreed over...

The removal of Cape’s Dam provokes disagreement

Debates are occurring between groups of San Marcos residents regarding the City Council’s approval to remove Cape’s Dam. City Council approved plans to demolish the...

Community Clean Up keeps San Marcos beautiful

With the aim to accommodate environmental-friendly neighborhoods, the city of San Marcos provides residents with an opportunity to dispose or recycle unwanted items at...

San Marcos animal shelters report overpopulation

The summer season is a hard time for pets living in south Texas as the number of animals exceed the maximum capacity for local...

San Marcos commemorates Veterans for Memorial Day

San Marcos city officials honored the lives of our nation’s heroes who have fought battles to establish and maintain America’s freedom during a Memorial...

City Council focuses on student housing, back-in parking and CDBG funding

San Marcos City Council members discussed ways to improve the community at their meeting Tuesday night. Abigail Gillfillan, planning manager for the City of San...

Geoarchaeology Survey uncovers ancient Spring Lake history

The recent publication of Spring Lake Geoarchaeology Survey released historical discoveries that pronounced Spring Lake previously existed more than a thousand years ago. The publication...