Between Austin, San Antonio, Houston & Bryan/College Station
Smithville's Richard D. Latham Cultural District
A partnership between the Lost Pines Artisans' Alliance and the City of Smithville, the Richard D. Latham Cultural District was established on September 5, 2013 through the Texas Commission on the Arts Cultural District Program.
CITY OF SMITHVILLE
Cultural District (attn: Jill Strube)
PO Box 449
Smithville, TX 78957
Wayfinding Sign Project
... A Cultural District project in partnership with the Smithville Area Chamber of Commerce/Keep Smithville Beautiful Committee.
Smithville has selected its Wayfinding Signs! Thanks to everyone who participated. To the Artists/Designers who submitted their ideas, to the community for voting and commenting on the proposals, to the members of the Jury, and to City Council. And many thanks to the Texas Commission on the Arts, which provided half of the funds needed to make this project a reality. The "Smithville History" concept by David Kampa has been selected and will be installed before the end of August, 2021.
Information about the three submitted concepts is available here:
Smithville Cultural District Public Meetings / Workshops
June 22, 2021 Agenda/Flier
April, 2020 -- Canceled due to COVID-19
Now Hiring! Community Engagement Coordinator
City of Smithville seeks Community Engagement Coordinator who will be responsible for facilitating and coordinating a robust community engagement strategy ...read more >
URGENT NOTICE – ROAD CLOSURE / DETOUR DUE TO TRAIN DERAILMENT
At approximately 3:00 pm on July 9, 2021 the City of Smithville received notice that a Union Pacific Train derailed blocking HWY-95 at the MLK BLVD an...read more >
MOSQUITO SPRAYING IN SMITHVILLE WILL BEGIN FRIDAY, MAY 14, 2021
The recent rains combined with warmer temperatures have created the perfect breeding ground for mosquitoes. In response, the City will begin spraying all...read more >