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Hays County Property Use Policy

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This Property Use Policy ("Policy") is intended for use as a guide to the public and Hays County staff regarding the use of Hays County Properties by other local governmental entities, private entities, and citizens.

When used with good judgment and common sense, the Property Use Policy will enable the Hays County staff to provide safe and reasonable access to County Properties for approved functions and events. County staff involved in the granting of property use should be familiar with, and adhere to, the guidelines set forth within this Property Use Policy. Staff cooperation is essential if the County is to provide the most fair and open access to County Properties.

While this Policy does not answer all questions related to property use, it does provide the means for all County employees to provide a consistent response to requests for use of County Properties, and, in particular, the Historical Hays County Courthouse grounds.

This Property Use Policy is subject to revision. Circumstances and needs related to use of County Properties can change on short notice. Though it may change from time to time, this Policy should provide objective, equitable guidelines that can be followed by County staff.

**Current and Previous Elections**

Please visit the Current Year Elections page for information on early voting hours and locations, election day hours and locations, and sample ballots.

Current Year Elections (2018)


Previous years' election information can be found in the election results archive.

Election Results Archive


The Hays County Elections Administration is currently seeking bilingual individuals willing to work at our polling locations.

If you would be interested in working, please contact our office at 512-393-7310 or print and complete the Poll Worker Application Form and mail to

Hays County Elections Administration
712 South Stagecoach Trail
Suite 1012
San Marcos, TX 78666-5999

or fax your application to 512-878-6699.

If you are a registered voter of Hays County, you may serve as a poll worker!



Get Involved!
Assist Voters on Election Day!
Earn Extra Money!

Contact your County Elections Administrator for more information to apply.

Want to become a volunteer deputy registrar?  You no longer need to wait to attend a class.


Hays County offers ONLINE training for volunteer deputy registrars.  Volunteer deputy registrar certifications remain good for two years, with ALL expiring on December 31st of even-numbered years.

*Click HERE for the Texas Secretary of State's approved training material.

Read through the material.  When you feel adequately educated and prepared, come by our office to take the open-book exam and receive your certificate of appointment and supply packet.  Our office is located in the Hays County Government Center and is open 8 AM - 5 PM, Monday through Friday, at the following location:

Hays County Government Center
712 South Stagecoach Trail
Suite 1012
San Marcos, TX 78666-5999

Call our office if you have any questions at (512) 393-7310.


For current Texas Volunteer Deputy Registrars: you may print and make copies of the Voter Registration Application with receipt attached:  English and Spanish.


Elections Administrator / Voter Registrar
Jennifer Anderson
Elections Administrator
712 South Stagecoach Trail
Suite 1012
San Marcos, TX 78666-5999

(512) 393-7310


(512) 878-6699