Outside watering restrictions tightened to once every 14 days, effective immediately. Watering is prohibited from noon-6 p.m.

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    Tighter restrictions

    Outside watering is limited to once every 14 days and prohibited between noon-6 p.m. Read More

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    Good Friday

    Most City offices will be closed April 18 in observance of Good Friday. Read More

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    Fill the Boot

    San Angelo firefighters raise funds for the MDA on April 23-25. Read More

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    Water blending

    Hickory Aquifer water will be blended with lake water for about 2 weeks beginning May 1. Read More

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    The City in 60

    Learn about City topics and services ... but with a cheeky twist. Read More

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    Cinco de Mayo

    El Paseo de Santa Angela hosts the Southside Lions' annual celebration plus a car show and washer-pitching tournament. Read More

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    Rise and Shine Run

    Course for inaugural event on April 19 to wind through historic Fairmount Cemetery. Read More

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    Egg-stravaganza at the Nature Center

    Celebrate Easter at a special afternoon event April 19. Read More

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    Sunrise service

    Fairmount Cemetery hosts multi-denominational worship service on Easter morning. Read More

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    Easter Fest

    Texas Bank Sports Complex hosts state's largest egg hunt - 150,000 plastic baubles dropped on seven fields from a helicopter. Read More

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    Hickory Aquifer

    The state has authorized the City of San Angelo to begin blending water from the Hickory Aquifer with water from our lakes. Read More

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    Boat ramps closed

    Lake Nasworthy's declining level has forced the closure of six boat ramps. Read More

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    Frontier Day

    Fort Concho celebrates our agriculture heritage at annual event. Read More

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    We're social!

    Plug in on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube, too! Read More

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    Fort Concho Speaker Series

    The spring series features an array of fascinating topics, most involving cowboys, Indians and buffalo. Read More

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    Newest episode features new Economic Development, Development Services directors. Read More

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    City Council election

    Eight candidates have filed to run for three City Council seats in the May 10 election. Read More

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Parks & Recreation

Parks & Recreations

From playing fields to playgrounds to Love Municipal Pool, San Angelo’s parks enhance the community’s sterling quality of life. 
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The City of San Angelo is currently in Drought Level 2
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