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DO YOU HAVE HAZARDOUS WASTE YOU NEED TO GET RID OF?
Free for San Marcos & Hays County Residents (proof of residency required)
 
San Marcos has a free Household Hazardous Waste Collection location for you to dispose of your hazardous waste.  Go to San Marcos Household Waste Facility for more information.  There are many items that you can drop off for free so check this out prior to just throwing in your trashcan.
 
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National Night Out Texas
Tuesday, October 4th, 6:00pm - 8:00pm
More information Coming.
Falconwood Annual PicNic POA Meeting
Saturday, October 22nd, 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM at Meeting at the Park
At the Park

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IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT!!!
By April Wyss on May 9, 2022
Greetings!

As of May 4th, 2022, your Falconwood Board of Directors voted and unanimously approved to hold our board meetings quarterly instead of monthly.
Our next meeting will be in August and the only exception to this change will be our Annual October Picnic / Meeting.

Please feel free to contact any of the Board Members if you have any questions, comments or concerns.


Have a wonderful summer!

April Wyss
President, Falconwood POA

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HAYS COUNTY BURN BAN
Posted on Sep 4th, 2020
BURN BAN IS ON  effective June 16, 2022
 
Burn Ban Description
Outdoor burning is never allowed at night or when winds are predicted to be more than 23 mph (Current Wind Speed).
Rules for Outdoor Burning in Hays County (when allowed).  Burn Ban Hotline Number: 512-393-7300: option 2 The need for a burn ban is reviewed weekly at Commissioners Court meetings and can be enacted at any time by the County Judge on an emergency basis. The Hays County Fire Marshal, in conjunction with local fire department chiefs, makes recommendations as to whether a ban is needed. 
 
Burn Ban In Effect
Under a burn ban, all outdoor burning is banned in unincorporated areas, including the use of burn barrels with lids. Food grills can be used, but care should be taken to ensure that there is a water source nearby and that a fire is completely out before being unattended.
Burn Ban Lifted
 
Please notify your local fire department and as a courtesy, your neighbors.  Fire Departments in Hays County.
 
NEW Permits NEEDED to Burn. 
Please read the following article. https://hayscountytx.com/2021/08/06/hays-county-fire-marshal-rolls-out-new-open-burning-permit-system/
 
GET A PERMIT BEFORE BURNING!
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