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City Hall reopens with safety measures in place

Lockhart City Hall reopened its doors to the public on Tuesday, May 26 while taking precautions to ensure the safety of customers and staff.


City Hall closed its doors to walk-in traffic at 5 p.m. Tuesday, March 31 in an effort to prevent the spread of Coronavirus.


“The state is now operating in Phase 2 of Governor Abbott’s plan to reopen Texas, which allows all businesses and office buildings to resume operations at 25 percent occupancy,” Lockhart City Manager Steven Lewis said. “To serve the public, we will reopen our doors while continuing to take measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in our community.”


The following precautions are being taken at City Hall to ensure a smooth, safe transition:


  • All visitors to the City Hall lobby, such as utilities billing customers, will enter via the south entrance on Market Street. To access Development Services, please enter via the basement door located at the bottom of the ramp on the west side of the building.
  • Hand sanitizer stations in the lobby for customer use are in place.
  • Floor markers are in place to remind the public to observe social distancing requirements.

Wearing face coverings is encouraged, but not required.


While the lobby is open to utilities customers, using phone and online methods of payment are still highly encouraged. The following options remain available:


  • At municipal court, utility payments may be made at the drive-thru window, 1914 W. San Antonio Street. Hours are 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday.



  • By phone: 512-398-3461


  • Drop box: A drive-thru drop box is located on Market Street.


For a complete list of Lockhart city government closures and reopenings related to COVID-19, visit lockhart-tx.org/page/Coronavirus_info.



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