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When visiting the parks, visitors must use face coverings consistent with the Order governing Travis County facilities and the Rules issued by the Health Authority and adopted by the Travis County Commissioners Court, practice social distancing and bring their own hand sanitizer. The total number of park visitors may be limited. For more detailed information and a list of open/closed parks: COVID-19 Preparedness

Travis County Parks has received confirmation of the presence of cyanotoxins in algae from 10 sites around Lake Travis, including some of our parks. Cyanotoxins can be harmful to dogs and other animals when ingested. We strongly urge you to not allow your dog to play or eat the algae in the lake. Please refer to Harmful Algal Blooms | LCRA for more information.

(Travis County, TX) – As crisis cleanup continues in Travis County, residents are encouraged to use the county’s new Recycling and Waste Drop-Off Locator to determine the most convenient and appropriate location for different types of storm damage debris and other waste materials. The Recycling and Waste Drop-Off Locator aims to provide homeowners a centralized resource that’s easy to access as residents begin to clean up and repair damage. Travis County residents can go to traviscountyrecycles.com and either select the items they’re trying to dispose of from the drop-down menu or type in their address to see all drop-off locations nearby.

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