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***THE CITY OF BASTROP DOES NOT OPERATE A TRANSFER STATION.***
City of Bastrop residents should visit the City's Solid Waste/Recycling webpage for information related to solid waste, recycle, brush and bulky waste pick-up. The City's Utility Services office can also be reached at (512)332-8830.
County residents are not eligible for City solid waste/recycling services and should contact a commercial company for assistance. Bastrop County operates a transfer station at 601 Coolwater Drive and residents can contact Bastrop County Environmental and Sanitation at (512)581-7176 or visit their webpage for operating hours, pricing and allowable waste.
For specifics regarding upcoming Public Works projects and road closures, please view Public Works Schedule and Closures Calendar by clicking arrow below.
The City of Bastrop Public Works Department strives to provide essential services to the citizens of Bastrop. Communications and responses will be timely, compassionate and courteous, efficient, and with safety as a high priority. Public Works, through its skilled employees, strives to maintain current public infrastructure and plan for future needs for present and succeeding generations.
Some of the services the Public Works Department provides are street and drainage maintenance, street sign installation, street sweeping, sidewalk maintenance and installation, and right-of-way maintenance.
The proven method to stabilize road condition and minimize additional deterioration is to “keep the good streets good.” Therefore, the Street Maintenance Project will focus on streets in excellent, good, and fair condition to minimize the need for road rehabilitation and reconstruction in the future.
The City of Bastrop conducted a Pavement Condition Survey of its existing street network which was presented to City Council in 2018. A Pavement Condition Index (PCI) was developed based on the findings of that study. Staff then used that information to develop the costs associated with each type of treatment, overlay, seal coat, crack sealing, and spot reconstruction.
View the Preventative Street Maintenance Map 2021 and the list of street on the maintenance schedule.
Curtis Hancock,, Director of Public Works
David Juarez, Utility Field Superintendent
Sandy Holder, Public Works Technician
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City of Bastrop employees and citizens form a partnership to make our city a safe and comfortable place to live, work, and play. If you see a problem or concern related to the Public Works Department (potholes, downed street sign etc.), please report it so a work order can be generated. Please include as much detail as needed.
If you have a question, comment, or compliment, please submit on the MyGov link below and someone will reach out to you as soon as possible.
Urgent after-hours and weekend concerns can be reported by calling (512)332-8830.
If the problem is an emergency, please call 911 for immediate assistance.
The City of Bastrop does not operate a waste drop off location (brush, appliances, soil etc.) Please contact the locations below for assistance:
Austin Community Landfill, 9900 Giles Road (@ HWY 290 in Manor) -- (512) 272-4327
Travis County Landfill, 9600 FM 812 -- (512) 243-6300 (construction/demolition ONLY)
Progressive Waste Solutions #32139 -- (512) 783-5429 or (512) 282-3508
Lone Star Transfer Station, 413 FM 20 -- (512) 686-7896 or (512) 282-3508
Bastrop County Transfer Station -- (512) 581-7176 or (512) 549-5166
Location: 601 Cool Water Drive
“The Mission of the City of Bastrop is to continuously strive to provide innovative and proactive services that enhance our authentic way of life to achieve our vision.”
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