UPDATES ON OPENING Facilities / EVENTS

The City of Lampasas understands the importance of the health of our community.  Large events and mass gatherings can contribute to the spread of COVID-19 in the United States via travelers who attend these events and introduce the virus to new communities.

On May 18 and May 26, Governor Greg Abbott issued Executive Orders to announce the second phase of the ongoing plan to open additional businesses and activities in Texas. This announcement expands upon the businesses and activities included in the first phase of the plan to Open Texas while minimizing the spread of COVID-19.
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Facility and Program changes:

  • Animal Shelter:

  • Calvert Building:

    • Limited number of visitors to 15 people at one time.
  • City Hall:

  • Collection Station:

  • Golf Course:

    • Hancock Park Golf Course is open to the public. You must have a tee time scheduled. No walk-ins will be welcome.  All golfers must be off the course by 7:30pm.  For more information, contact Hancock Pro Golf Course at 512-556-3202. Click here for more information

    • Lampasas Mission 2-Person Tournament - postponed
    • A.C. January Memorial Day Golf Tournament - cancelled
    • Skins Game - cancelled
  • Library:

    • Open back up to public on June 1st.  Limit to 15 visitors at one time. click here for more information
    • (2) computers available with 45 min sessions (masks mandatory)
  • Municipal Court:

  • Parks:

    • All public restrooms are closed until further notice.
  • Police Department:

    • Lobby closed until further notice. Citizens can use the speaker box at the front door to talk to the Dispatcher or call (512) 556-3645, to talk to the Dispatcher. We will continue to provide services to the public we serve.
    • Children’s Self Defense Academy - cancelled.
    • Citizen Police Academy - postponed.
    • National DEA Prescription Drug Take Back - cancelled.
  • Pools:

  • Trash Services:

    • Beginning March 23rd, temporary suspension of Residential Bulk & Brush services, along with limiting Residential Recycle and Trash services to collection of only contents within carts. Bags and bundles that are placed outside of carts will be excluded from collection during this time, in order to minimize the risk of exposure through manual collection or “pickup by hand”. The change to go “cart only” on our Residential Routes will be in effect for the ensuing six weeks, through April, 2020. Click here to read more
  • Utility Billing:

    • Suspending disconnections until further notice.
    • Waiving late fees until further notice
  • Meetings:

    • March 25th LEDC - cancelled
    • March 26th CIP - cancelled
    • April 6th Town Hall - cancelled
    • April 7th CPAC - cancelled
  • Events:


*Facilities not listed remain open with regular hours.