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The City of Smithville is pleased to announce that our Code of Ordinances are now available on-line. The ordinances are categorized by chapter and you can use the on-line search engine to find a particular ordinance by subject, term, or phrase. Please note that although the ordinances are currently being updated, we felt it was important that this information be readily available to citizens. If you have any questions or need additional information, please contact Jennifer Lynch on (512) 237-3282, ext. 2106.
To access the City of Smithville Code of Ordinances, click on the following link: http://z2.franklinlegal.net/franklin/Z2Browser2.html?showset=smithvilleset
New Zoning Ordinances (CHAPTER 14 - ZONING)
The City of Smithville encourages the use of solar for residential and commercial buildings.
The Smithville Zoning Code does not specifically mention the use of solar, but the Zoning Clarification Memo confirms that the City of Smithville wishes to encourage the use of accessory photovoltaic systems and confirm for property owners that such systems are allowed in all zoning districts when conforming to certain requirements.
COVID-19 UPDATE: CITY FACILITY CLOSURES
The City of Smithville will close all public access to city facilities until further notice effective Friday, March 20, 2020 at 8:00 am. This includes City...read more >
BLOCKED UPRR CROSSING AT LIVE OAK AND FM2571
As many citizens are aware, the off-system bridge (built in 1936) on 4th Avenue over Gazley Creek was ordered CLOSED for public safety by the Texas Departm...read more >
Gazley Creek Bridge at 4th Avenue CLOSED
The off-system bridge at 4th Avenue over Gazley Creek was ordered CLOSED for public safety by the Texas Department of Transportation (TXDOT) at 10:25 am on...read more >