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The “Citizen to be Heard Portal” is open for remarks for all Municipal Meetings. Please complete the form below and press the submit button, and if you do not know the agenda item number, please place the name of the Board, Commission or meeting that you wish to be heard, for example, P & Z, BOA, Parks & Recreation, Economic Development or City Council. You may also send any of your questions/comments regarding the upcoming Boards, Commissions and City Council to dgoza@liveoaktx.net and these comments will be read at our upcoming meetings, during the “Citizens to be Heard” portion of the meetings.

Per Live Oak City Charter

Section 2-21.1 – Preservation of order includes: “The mayor shall preserve order and decorum, prevent personal references to Council Members or impugning of other members’ motives.”

Section 2-21.5 - Live Oak Municipal Code: The rules of courtesy are adopted for persons in attendance at all meetings of Council include: “Those signed up to speak under Citizens To Be Heard shall be called upon in the order that they have registered. No personal attacks shall be allowed by any speaker.”

A recording of the telephonic and video meeting will be made and will be available to the public in accordance with the Texas Public Information Act upon written request.





Bulk Trash Pick Up

The semi-annual Bulk Trash Pick Up begins Monday, September 27, 2021.
Place bulky items along the curb by Sunday evening, September 26th.
Items cannot be placed at the curb before Tuesday, September 21st.

Examples of ACCEPTABLE Bulk Items:
Chairs, Sofas, Mattresses, Tables, Water Heaters, and Lawn Furniture.

Examples of UNACCEPTABLE Bulk Items:
No Brush, No Televisions, No Computers, No Monitors, No Refrigerators, No Window Units, No Portable Air Conditioners, or anything that contains Freon, No Tires, No Batteries, No Glass, No Hazardous Waste and No more than 2.5 cubic yards of Residential Construction Debris.

Waste Management will only pass by once. Please remember not to cover the sidewalk or water meter with your items, and do not park along the curb near the bulk items.


Water Conservation

Water Conservation

The City of Live Oak is now in Stage 1 Watering Restrictions

Watering Day is determined by the Last Digit of Address: 0 or 1 = Mondays; 2 or 3 = Tuesdays; 4 or 5 = Wednesdays; 6 or 7 = Thursdays; and 8 or 9 = Fridays (No watering on weekends.)

  • Stage 1 Restrictions begin when the 10-day rolling average of the Edwards Aquifer level drops to 660 feet mean sea level at the monitored well. Coming out of drought stages can be considered 15 days after the aquifer is above the trigger.
  • All residential fountains and indoor commercial fountains can operate at any stage of drought. Outdoor commercial fountains must have a Live Oak variance in order to operate during drought stages 1 through 4.
  • Watering with an irrigation system, sprinkler or soaker hose is allowed only once a week before 11 a.m. or after 7 p.m. on your designated watering day.
  • Water waste is prohibited at all times. Water waste includes allowing water to run off into a gutter, ditch, or drain; or failing to repair a controllable leak.
  • Watering days begin and end at midnight; overnight watering is not allowed.
  • All non-public swimming pools must have a minimum of 25 percent of the surface area covered with evaporation screens when not in use. Inflatable pool toys or floating decorations may be used.
  • Hand watering with a hand-held hose, soaker hose, drip irrigation, bucket or watering can is permitted any time and any day.
  • Washing impervious cover such as parking lots, driveways, streets or sidewalks is prohibited. Health and safety exceptions to this rule may be requested from the City of Live Oak in writing.

Water Restrictions Stage 1, 2, 3 & 4

Please continue to conserve wisely!

2020 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report


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