Wimberley, Texas 

A nice place to visit .. . A great place to live.
Cypress Creek in downtown Wimberley
Cypress Creek in downtown Wimberley
Welcome to the City of Wimberley website. . .

Wimberley is located in central Hays County in the heart of the Texas Hill Country, between Austin and San Antonio, only 16 miles from San Marcos. The center of Wimberley is situated at the confluence of Cypress Creek and the Blanco River, roughly 1,000 feet above sea level on the Edwards Plateau.


CLICK HERE for Blue Hole Swimming Reservations


  ***FEMA Appeal Period January 24 - April 24***

FEMA has released preliminary flood maps for public review and comment. If you would like further information please contact Sandy Floyd with the City of Wimberley by phone at (512) 847-0025 or email (sfloyd@cityofwimberley.com)

Click here for FEMA's Interactive Web Tool to help determine your flood risk and steps you can take to reduce that risk.  

 Click here for more information and answers to frequently asked questions on FEMA's issuance of Advisory Flood Base Elevations (ABFEs). 


 *The Hidden Valley low water crossing is now open*

Support for Dark Sky Community 

The City of Wimberley supports keeping the skies over the City dark at night, per Resolution No. 10-2017.

To view the City of Wimberley's Lighting Ordinance, follow this link, then select Chapter 151 and select Outdoor Lighting.


Following are a few helpful links:

TxDOT Highway Conditions

NOAA Watches, Warnings or Advisories for Hays County

 KXAN Weather

NOAA Mapping

Upstream rain gauges:

NOAA Gauge Information (per USGS)

Blanco River at Crabapple Road

Blanco River at Blanco

Little Blanco River at FM32

Blanco River at Fischer Store Rd

Blanco River at Wimberley


The City of Wimberley is pleased to announce the launch of the Wimberley Community Notification System. With this contract service, through Blackboard Connect, city leaders can send personalized voice messages to residents and businesses within minutes with specific information about time-sensitive or common-interest issues such as emergencies and local community matters.  The service will be used to supplement our current communication plans and augment public safety/first responder services.  Please accept our invitation to participate in this great service. We know that your personal information is important, and rest assured that the City will not share it with anyone. If you have not received a test phone call from us, or you would like to provide additional contact information, click the Blackboard Connect link below to sign up.

 Click on the links below to view Bid Summaries for the City of Wimberley Wastewater Project:  

Bid Summary for Collection System

Bid Summary for Treatment Plant

Click here to view a list of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) relating to the City of Wimberley Wastewater Project.  The answers in this document address many of the questions raised regarding the City's recent TCEQ permit application for the proposed project 


   Click here to view the latest 2017 Water Testing Results for locations along the Blanco River and Cypress Creek.

 Click here for information regarding the City of Wimberley Hotel Occupancy Tax rate from 0% to 5%.  (Effective June 1, 2018).



City Administrator Informational Video Re: Sewer

Press Release - FEMA Preliminary Maps Appeal Period




This is the official site of the City of Wimberley, Texas