Kyle closing City Hall, making other provisions in wake of coronavirus spike

The city of Kyle has decided to make changes to operations and programming due to the increase in COVID-19 both statewide and countywide effective as of Friday, June 26. 

Kyle’s iconic water tower is bathed in sunset on a summer night. City officials hope plans for more mixed-use development can end the “stigma” of Kyle operating as a bedroom community.

Kyle City Hall will be closed to the public with most services still available via phone at 512-262-1010 and online at cityofkyle.com.

• All public meetings will hold public comment virtually. Sign up for public comment by 12 p.m. on the day of the meeting via the online form (cityofkyle.com/council/citizen-comment-sign) to participate virtually. 

• Payments, applications, permits, service requests and more will be available online at the cityofkyle.com and by mail. 

• The Kyle Public Library will be available for curbside service and has two computers in the foyer for emergency use by residents. Reserve items online by email.

at circulation@cityofkyle.com and by phone at 512-268-7411 or text at 512-675-2442. 

• The Kyle Pool and all summer camps will be closed until further notice. 

• Movies on the Square and Market Days have been canceled until further notice.

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