Getting a clearer picture of the Bastrop housing market is on the horizon after the approval of a $30,000-plus contract for a housing study, approved during a regular meeting of the Bastrop Economic Development Corporation on Monday night.Read More
Bastrop, Texas - Will it be Pork Tenderloin with Sherry Sauce at the home where Sam Houston stayed or Roast Leg of Lamb with Herbs while finding out what it’s like to have Julia Roberts film in your home?Read More
What is the current housing availability in Bastrop and what is the likely future demand for both single and multi-family housing? Also, why is Bastrop not attracting more housing developers?Read More
Go Green Status report
The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (USF&WS) approved the Bastrop County “Lost Pines Unforeseen Circumstance Response Plan” (The Plan) on February 28th, 2014. The Plan provides authorization from the (USF&WS) to remove Burnt and Drought killed tress within 124,000 acre Permitted Plan Area of the Lost Pines.
The County and Go Green immediately began meeting and developing an implementation plan.
Documents required by The Plan:Read More
The annual report of Bastrop Main Street Program activities was presented to the board of directors of the Bastrop Economic Development Corporation during their regular meeting on July 28. Steve Dewire, board president of the Main Street Program (and also the general manager of the Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort & Spa in Bastrop), gave the presentation as part of its annual update on the program, partially funded by the BEDC. The program typically receives annual funding from the BEDC in the amount of $40...Read More
Bastrop ISD students will now have the chance to walk the graduation stage with two degrees in their hands. On August 25, the Colorado River Collegiate Academy (CRCA), located at 1602 Hill Street in Bastrop, will welcome 61 students for their inaugural freshman class.Read More
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 7/7/2014
Kodi Sawin, Lower Colorado River Basin Coalition, 512-627-9604, firstname.lastname@example.orgCoalition Selects Leadership to Advocate for Water Releases Downstream of Longhorn Dam in Austin
Austin, Texas: The Lower Colorado River Basin Coalition (LCRBC) announces an Executive Committee to assist in the development of water management strategies that protect the interests of the entire lower Colorado River basin.Read More
Recently released data from the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, shows that 8 out 9 counties increased their employment base in 2013. The counties that grew the fastest (on a percentage basis, in order) were Bastrop, Hays, Williamson, Caldwell, and Burnet counties.Read More