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UPDATE REGARDING BOIL WATER NOTICE (2/19/21 @ 11:45 AM).
The BOIL WATER NOTICE is still in effect. The City’s overall water system pressure is approximately 46 psi (normal operating pressure is 50-52). Water use is up due to the hundreds of busted water lines throughout town. As such, please do your best to conserve water to allow our system to fully recharge. Water samples have been collected and will be sent to an analytical lab today at noon. All area labs were closed yesterday due to the inclement winter weather. Testing will take 18-24 hours. The best-case scenario is that all samples will come back within regulatory limits and the boil water notice COULD be rescinded by 12:00 pm tomorrow, Saturday, February 20th. In the meantime, please continue to boil water and monitor the City website and other social media outlets for further updates. If you have any questions, please contact City Hall at (512) 237-3282.
Proposed Flood Hazard Determinations for Bastrop County, Texas and Incorporated Areas
From FEMA Federal Emergency Management Agency >> Proposed Flood Hazard Determinations for Bastrop County, Texas and Incorporated Areas The Depa...read more >
Proposed Budget and Workshop
The City of Smithville will have a Budget Workshop on August 25, 2021 at 4:30 P.M. click the links below to see the proposed budget and the agenda. ...read more >
Just a reminder for trash pickup.
Each customer must use the new cart. This will result in greater operational efficiency and ensure household trash is contained. All trash must be put in...read more >