Payment options for water bills, court fines/tickets, and more.
New rates were adopted by the City on August 10, 2017 and became effective on November 1, 2017. The new rates are $30.00 base rate and $7.00 per 1000 gallons. Those customers living outside city limits are 1 1/2 times the above listed new rates. Additional information regarding the rate change can be found at City Hall, City of Blanco, at 300 Pecan St., Blanco, TX 78606 or by calling the City at 830-833-4525.
Below is the relevant statute from the Water Code:
(i) The governing body of a municipally owned utility or a political subdivision, within 60 days after the date of a final decision on a rate change, shall provide individual written notice to each ratepayer eligible to appeal who resides outside the boundaries of the municipality or the political subdivision. The notice must include, at a minimum, the effective date of the new rates, the new rates, and the location where additional information on rates can be obtained. The governing body of a municipally owned utility or a political subdivision may provide the notice electronically if the utility or political subdivision has access to a ratepayer's e-mail address.
Mayor Martha Herden
- Pay immediately, schedule a payment or set up Auto-Pay (recurring payments)
- View your balance online or on the mobile app
- Reduce clutter; opt out of receiving paper bills
- Print receipts, view your bills, view payment history and more
- Register multiple accounts for easier payments
- View your payment history
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In the City of Blanco’s Personnel Policy approved on June 14, 2016 section 15.00 DRUGS AND ALCOHOL- The City is committed to the principal of keeping illegal drugs out of the workplace and society in general. Drug use in the workplace endangers fellow workers, public safety, employee morale, and productivity. Moreover, the Texas legislature has passed an act that requires employers to adopt a Drug Abuse Policy. Accordingly, the following policy is implemented in accordance with the Drug Free Workplace Act of 1988 to help insure and maintain a drug free, healthful, safe, and secure working environment.
The City of Blanco complies with the Pro Children Act of 1994 prohibiting smoking within any portion of any indoor facility used for the provision of services for children.