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- Supervisor: Asst. Chief- David Repka
- Animal Control Officer- Karissa Boyce
Policies regarding animals and animal ordinances can be obtained at City Hall. Animals are required to be kept under control by way of leash, cord, chain (at least 10 feet in length) or fence at all times. Animals found to be wondering without supervision are either taken home or impounded for safety reasons.
Smithville has no animal shelter, therefore all animals that are impounded are taken to the Bastrop County animal shelter located at 589 Coolwater Dr. Bastrop TX, 78602 where they are dealt with according to county policy.
Citizens are encouraged to take found and abandoned animals directly to the shelter at: 589 Coolwater drive, Bastrop, TX 78602 Phone number:512-549-5160
If your animal is missing and you feel it may have been impounded call 512-237-3228
RED FLAG WARNING
This is an important message from Bastrop County, TX NWS has issued a Red Flag Warning for Bastrop County from 9 AM until 8:00 PM this Thursday due to h...read more >
FINAL WINTER WEATHER UPDATE - 2/4/22 @ 9:30 AM
As of 9:30 am, ALL roads and bridges into and out of Smithville are passable. However, there is minor sleet/ice accumulation on the shoulders and les...read more >
WINTER WEATHER UPDATE #2 - February 3, 2022 @ 3:45 P
As of 3:45 pm, ALL major roads into and out of Smithville are passable with minor ice / sleet accumulation on the 4th Avenue bridge, FM2571 bridge, or SH95...read more >