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.
Upcoming Events
NNO - National Night Out
Tuesday, October 3rd, 6:00pm - 8:00pm at 2279 Falconwood Drive
Come on out and join us for this awesome family event!  Our local Fire Department will be here with their Fire Truck, the Sheriff Department with possibly their Bearcat armored vehicle and other emergency units!
Fajitas and Spanish rice will be served as well as beer, wine and water.  Side dishes or desserts to share are welcome but not required.
Grab your lawn chairs, sunscreen and mosquito spray for this fun filled evening that, for the first time ever, may even have a hayride as well!
Falconwood POA Annual Picnic/Meeting
Saturday, October 21st, 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM at Falconwood Park
Our annual POA Picnic and Board Meeting
(Election of 2024 Board Members and any additional POA business)
Main entree to be provided by the POA as well as water and tea.
Please bring BYOB and a side dish or dessert to share.
Look for an email to RSVP and sign up closer to the event.
Games to be provided for the kids! This is a family friendly event!
Annual Falconwood Front Entrance Holiday Decorating
Saturday, December 9th, 4:30pm
Join in for some holiday fun and lets deck the front entrance out in holiday splendor!
Please bring your ladders, tape, decorating equipment and all ideas to the front entrance.
There will be yummy cookies and hot coco for all.  Don't forget the littles, Santa will be making a special stop to see our decorations and meet some of our younger residents.

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Posted on Sep 4th, 2020
BURN BAN IS ON effective July 11, 2023
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/