Salado Village Voice put the following questions to the Mayoral and Aldermen candidates. Early voting begins on April 23. Question #1: The projected initial demand on the sewer system is 341 Living Unit Equivalents (LUE) for a daily demand of 83,545 gallons per day, or about 40% percent of the total 200,000 gallon per day […]
Village of Salado voters will choose a Mayor from a field of three candidates. Follows are brief introductions of each of the candidates, in their own words. Next week, begins a series of questions and answers with the candidates.
Village of Salado voters will choose two aldermen from a field of five candidates. Follows are brief introductions of each of the candidates, in their own words. Next week, begins a series of questions and answers with the candidates.
Salado will have several family Easter events, including blowing your own glass eggs, decorating ostrich eggs, Easter Sunrise Service and Easter Brunch at local restaurants.
Salado High UIL Academic Squad placed second in the District 19-4A contest, six points behind Lampasas.
Village will receive $90,000 landscaping grant Keep Texas Beautiful (KTB) announced the winners of the 2018 Governor’s Community Achievement Awards (GCAA), one of the most prestigious annual environmental awards in Texas.
The last day to register to vote in the May 5 local elections in April 5. Early voting begins in the May 5 elections on April 23 and ends on May 1.
Wildflower Arts & Crafts Festival March 24-25 The 18th Annual Wildflower Arts & Crafts Festival will be 10 a.m.-5 p.m. March 24-25 on the grounds of the Salado Civic Center at 601 N. Main St. Vendors will be selling handmade and unique arts, crafts, jewelry, soaps, lotions, foods and more. There will also be food […]
Enjoy wine, art, food and the outdoors during the weekend March 24-25. You’ll find the Village of Salado filled with folks sipping wine, browsing art and nibbling on goodies at the 10th annual Texas Wine and Rogue Art Fest, the best wine festival between Austin and Grapevine.
By Tim Fleischer, Editor-in-Chief Salado aldermen at their March 15 meeting repealed the 2018 Parking Ordinance that regulated the parking of vehicles in residential front yards and on public streets. “Why appeal something we just approved?” alderman Michael McDougal asked.