Letter of Support for Hays County Tax Assessor
Luanne Caraway and her staff were recently recognized for their leadership and customer service by a local citizen. View the article HERE.

Hays County County Gears Up for new "Texas Two Steps One Sticker" Program
Beginning March 1, 2015, the state will no longer issue vehicle inspection stickers and will move to a “Two Steps, One Sticker” program. 

Under the new system, Texas vehicle owners will need to pass inspection prior to renewing their registration. The familiar blue-bordered Texas Department of Motor Vehicles (TxDMV) registration sticker will serve as proof of both inspection and registration.

“Hays County is prepared to make this transition as smooth as possible for our residents,” said Luanne Caraway, Hays County Tax Assessor-Collector. “During the first year of the program beginning March 1, 2015, all you will need to do is make sure you already have a valid passing vehicle inspection before you renew your registration in our office, online or by mail.” 

“At the inspection station you’ll pay only for the cost of the inspection itself,” Caraway said. “The additional charge that has in the past been collected there for the Department of Public Safety will now be collected by the tax office when the vehicle is registered.” 

The implementation of “Two Steps One Sticker” is a result of House Bill 2305 which passed during the 83rd Legislative Session in 2013. The program is joint effort by the TxDMV, the Texas Department of Public Safety and the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, in collaboration with the 254 county tax assessor-collector’s offices which process vehicle registrations and vehicle inspection stations across the state.
Read the full press release HERE or for more information on this program visit:

Hays County Holiday Schedule 2014 - 2015

2014 2014
New Years Wednesday, January 1
Martin Luther King's Birthday Monday, January 20
President's Day Monday, February 17
Good Friday Friday, April 18
Memorial Day Monday, May 26
Independence Day Friday, July 4
Labor Day Monday, September 1
Columbus Day Monday, October 13
Veteran's Day Tuesday, November 11

Wednesday, November 26
Thursday, November 27
Friday, November 28

Christmas Wednesday, December 24
Thursday, December 25
Friday, December 26
New Years Thursday, January 1
Friday, January 2
Martin Luther King's Birthday Monday, January 19
President's Day Monday, February 16
Good Friday Friday, April 3
Memorial Day Monday, May 25
Independence Day Friday, July 3
Labor Day Monday, September 7
Veteran's Day Wednesday, November 11
Thanksgiving Wednesday, November 25
Thursday, November 26
Friday, November 27
Christmas Wednesday, December 23
Thursday, December 24
Friday, December 25