Activity center

San Marcos Activity Center closed indefinitely due to water damage


The activity center has water damage

The San Marcos Activity Center, 501 E Hopkins Street, will be closed indefinitely due to water damage to the building early Friday. Officials said the flooding appears to be the result of a 3-inch pipe that disconnected from its coupler, causing several inches of water to cover the entire facility.

Police were alerted around 3am after a resident saw water pouring from the building. Officers notified the fire department and crews successfully shut off the water to the building.

The city’s insurance company has been notified and is assessing the damage and providing assistance where possible.

Due to water damage, the polling place that was to be in the center will be moved to the lobby of the San Marcos Public Library, 625 E Hopkins Street. The polling station inside the library lobby will be open on Election Day from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Current subscriptions will be suspended and automatic payments will be suspended during this time. Guests with items remaining in their lockers are asked to contact the Activity Center for assistance in retrieving their belongings.

Staff members are working to identify other recreational options and meeting spaces to offer the community. Total Wellness classes will continue virtually. Residents are encouraged to enjoy the city’s sidewalks, trails and natural spaces while the activity center remains closed.

For more information send an e-mail [email protected] or call 512-393-8280.

City of San Marcos


Start of work on departmental road 200

Williamson County recently had the groundbreaking ceremony to begin construction on County Road 200.

The road is one meter away from the CMTA Railroad at County Road 201. The project involves the reconstruction of County Road 200 into a two-lane road with safety upgrades including a lane of central bend and wider shoulders.

The design engineer for the project is O’Brien Engineering Services and MS Smith Contracting is the contractor. Construction is expected to be completed in the fall of 2022 at a cost of $5 million funded by voter-approved 2019 road bonds.

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Sessions offered on adoptions

Presbyterian Children’s Homes and Services will be holding several information sessions for adults interested in becoming foster parents and/or adopting.

Sessions will take place at 8 p.m. on Tuesdays, November 16 and 22; at 7:30 p.m. on November 8; and at 12:30 p.m. on November 30.

For more information: 512-212-5700; [email protected].

Courtesy of Presbyterian Children’s Homes