Apr 18

Council Member Bellows-LeMense is organizing a drive this weekend to collect supplies for the victims of the West explosion.
Her email is below. Samantha, and perhaps others, will be driving the supplies up to Waco on Monday.Collection will be at City Hall Saturday from 10:30 to 4:00 and on Sunday from 9:00 to 3:00
Items that are being requested:Trash bags for the incredible clean-up ahead (the really tough ones)Hand sanitizersSports drinks (gatorade) or powdered sports drinksBottled Water – by the case
Diapers (including adult sizes)Diaper wipesBaby formulaother types of baby stuff
Toiletries (toothbrushes, toothpaste, soap, shampoo, anything)Toilet paperUnderwear (new and in a package folks – so not the time to be cleaning our your drawers)Non-perishable food itemsBlanketsPillows, sheets, etc.
Dog and Cat food
Minor medical supplies – large band-aids, gauze pads, alcohol (anything to take care of minor wounds from glass, etc.)
School Supplies!The blast took out a school. So anything will help here.pens, pencils, notebook paper, spiral notebooks, rulers, anything along these lines(I saw the pictures. The roof has collapsed on the school, so just anything along these lines are going to help)
No cash donations are being accepted. But there is being a call put out for gift cards specifically from grocery stores and home supply stores.
And just use your imagination – what would you need most if your house was suddenly gone….
I also imagine that Samantha is going to need some help with empty boxes to contain all this stuff. So if you have any of those – bring them on.And she will most certainly need help sorting the tons of material that all of you are going to be donating…
Thanks ahead of time for your help. I know this community and I know you are going to do all you can to pitch in.And – of course – move this email along to ALL of your contacts !!!!
LilaPS – next time you run into a firefighter, police officer, or EMS – you might want to give them a hug.

Apr 8
  • Linda Freeman via Kyle Eco Dev
    Be Careful Everyone…
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  • Kyle Eco Dev
    We’ve just learned that there have been last minute changes to the access road transition that starts tomorrow. The updated schedule, as we know it, is below.
    1) The northbound frontage road (from Kyle Parkway to Center St.) will begin the ONE-WAY transition starting tomorrow, Tuesday, April 9, 2013, and continue through Wednesday April 10, 2013. **The southbound frontage will remain TWO-WAY during this time.
    2) The southbound frontage road will begin transitioning to ONE-WAY on Thursday, April 11, 2013, and continue through Friday, April 12, 2013.
    3) The Old Hwy 81 portion from Center St. to Martinez Loop will remain TWO-WAY at all times and is not planned for change. If you head north on Old Hwy 81 from Center St., you will come to a “Tee” at Martinez Loop. At this newly installed Tee, traffic will either have to turn west to enter Martinez Loop or turn east to enter the southbound frontage road.
    We will keep you updated on any future changes. The schedule and updates can be found at
    http://ow.ly/jS56O #KyleTexas #LucyofKyle #DriveFrontageRdsCautiously
Apr 8

Interstate 35 Access Roads in Kyle to go ONE-WAY Tuesday, April 9 (tomorrow).

From Commissioner Mark Jones’ Facebook page:

Please be Alert!!!!! Expect that someone could be going the wrong way.

Good Morning,
I wanted to provide everyone with an update on the construction status of the I-35 Frontage Rd project.

Activities for 04/01/2013 to 04/05/2013

§ Continued installation of curb and gutter along the southbound frontage rd.

§ Continued installation of rip rap and curb ramps along southbound frontage rd.

§ Completed installation of Type “B” asphalt on exit ramp

§ Continued excavation and installation of Type “A” asphalt


If you have any questions please contact my assistant, Jennifer Scott at 512-262-2091 or Jennifer.scott@co.hays.tx.us

Jan 19
On Tuesday, January 22, 2013, the Planning and Zoning Commission for the City of Kyle will consider a Conditional Use Permit to build an RV Retail and Consignment Center and Mini Storage Facility at the NW corner of IH35 and WindyHill/Kyle Crossing. As some of you may remember, this came before Panning and Zoning many years ago for the mini storage facility only.  There is a public hearing for this item, so review the attached information and attend the meeting if possible to ask questions and comment.


Jan 1

“Kyle Citizens Police Academy”

The Police Department is currently excepting applications for our upcoming Citizens Police Academy.  The academy will begin on February 21, 2013 and will run for Ten weeks meeting Thursday nights from 6pm to 9pm at the new Kyle Police Department (Old Wells Fargo Bank behind City Hall).   We will be accepting applications until February 8th, 2013 at the Kyle Police Department as well as by email to tvrana@cityofkyle.com.

Please tell your friends and family about the academy and feel free to forward the email with the attached application to anyone who is interested.  The application will also be available on the City of Kyle web page in the next couple weeks.

“See Attached Application”


Dec 26


May 22

Dear Members,
Attached are two stories in the media about Monarch Water  and Kyle today. Here are the links to the stories. There is an error in the statesman story that’s been reported to the reporter to correct.



May 9

The Kyle City Council will Consider a settlement offer from Monarch Utilities regarding the utility’s latest rate increase request at the May 15th City Council meeting 7:00 pm. There will be a public hearing for citizens to comment to the council how they feel about the proposed settlement.

“Click on Link for more information”


May 6


New Kyle Library Open for Business, Grand

Opening Scheduled for Saturday, May 12th.

A grand opening event for the new library is being planned for Saturday, May 12 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. The event is open to the entire community and it will have activities for all ages. Everyone is invited to this very special event!

The new Kyle Public Library opened for business on Monday, April 16th, bringing with it a vastly expanded computer area, room for thousands of new books, and meeting rooms for community and civic groups to meet. The $3.25 million facility is four-times the size of the old library and is designed to meet community needs for many years to come.

May 6

Dear Residents:
I have been asked to remind our homeowners that currently there is a city and school board election going on.  I am attaching the voter guide for your information, please review and let your voice be heard.

“click on link for more election information”


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