A Letter From the Mayor

| April 14, 2014

When my term as mayor expires on May 10, my plans are to no longer publish City Hall Briefs. It has been an honor and a privilege to serve the people of Wimberley as a city council member and as mayor for eight years. I have been deeply honored and humbled by the trust and […]

Hunter Road and RR 12 Road Improvements in March

| March 24, 2014

March came in like a lion with road construction projects beginning on Hunter Road and on Ranch Road 12 in Hays County. Improvements to Hunter Road (FM 2439) have begun with the addition of a center turn lane and shoulders between Centerpoint and Posey roads. Motorists will experience occasional, brief delays, but the road will […]

Library Entering the 3rd Annual Civic Club Chili Cook-Off

| March 20, 2014

Saturday, March 22, 11AM – 3:30PM Lions Market Day Pavilion The Wimberley Library and the Friends of the Library have joined forces and will be wearing their aprons! Stop by our  booth and sample our Green Chili and our White Chili and pick up a free cookbook of your choice.

Passion for Paper at Library – Collaged Eggs

| March 10, 2014

Make collaged eggs using beautiful paper scraps and then snuggle them into little paper baskets. Wednesday, March 12, 6 PM

City sales tax revenue up for February

| March 6, 2014

Wimberley received its monthly sales tax distribution check from the state comptroller’s office.  The February check–representing December sales–$83,078.30 – up six percent from the same period last year.

TGIF: Building Community Radio in Wimberley

| March 5, 2014

Susan Raybuck talks about the who, the what, the how of starting an all volunteer Community Radio Station in Wimberley.  Now that the application for the license is complete, what are the next steps? Friday, March 7th, Noon – 1 PM www.wimberleylibrary.org

Council gives Ferguson a pay raise

| March 4, 2014

After meeting in executive session to discuss the annual performance appraisal for City Manager Don Ferguson, the council voted unanimously in regular session to provide Ferguson with a three percent pay raise, effectively immediately.  Citing the excellent rating bestowed by the council, and the fact that Ferguson’s pay has not increased in four years, Mayor […]

Wandering restroom seeks new location

| March 3, 2014

The city council directed City Manager Don Ferguson to find a new location in the downtown area for the city’s portable restroom trailer. Since its inauguration two months ago, the portable toilet has been a hit with residents, storekeepers and visitors.  It has temporarily been located in an asphalt parking area adjacent to the Wimberley […]