COVID-19 Pandemic

City Facilities Updates

All City lobbies are open to the public.   

City Hall Lobby is currently open Monday - Friday 8:00 am to 5:30 pm.

Utility Billing Services offers options for payment, including:

  • Online at 
  • By phone with a customer service represetnative at 830-693-3615 (available Monday - Friday from 8am to 5pm).
  • Automated phone service for payments at 1-855-355-9241.
  • Drop box located at 800 Third Street (located west side of City Hall near the parking lot)
  • Pay by mail.
  • Text to pay at 855-355-9241.

Development Services is currently open Monday - Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.   To request inspections call 830-798-7090. Permits may be applied and paid for online at  For more information about Development Services call 830-798-7095 or visit

Municipal Court is currently open Monday - Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.  Court proceedings are being held.   Citation payments may be made online here: For more information about Muncipal Court call 830-693-7173 or visit

Parks and Recreation Office is currently open Monday - Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. Park Facility Rentals are being accepted on a case by case basis, a minimum of ten (10) days prior to the event date. Please contact the office at 830-798-6250 for more information regarding the COVID-19 Mitigation Plan requirement. For more information about Parks and Recreation call 830-798-6250 or visit

Police Department is currently open Monday - Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.  Fingerprint services are not being offered at this time.  For more information about the Police Department call 830-693-3611 or visit

Latest Update from the Governor's Office

February 2, 2021 - Governor Greg Abbott in a press conference this afternoon announced that he will be rescinding most of his COVID-19 related statewide mandates next week.   This will include expanding capacities at all Texas businesses to 100% and allowing his statewide mask order to expire on Wednesday, March 10.

The Governor cited positive trends in active cases, positivity rates and hospitalizations – as well as the ramp-up in vaccine distribution to as many as 1 million shots administered per week – as the basis for his decision.

While the statewide mandates are set to expire, Governor Abbott urged Texans to continue taking precautions to keep themselves and others safe.

His latest order also allows for county-level restrictions.  Specifically, if a Trauma Service Area sees COVID-19 related hospitalizations above 15% for seven consecutive days, county judges will have the ability to issue limited orders of their own to fight back against the spike.

Mayor John Packer reemphasizes the need for individuals and businesses to remain diligent in the fight against COVID-19. The City of Marble Falls will continue to follow the Governor's Orders and has no plans to issue additional mandates.

Executive Order GA-34 may be found at  The Order rescinds Executive Orders GA-17, GA-25, GA-29 and GA-31 in their entirety.

Recommended minimum health protocols outlined by DSHS and the Governor’s Report to Open Texas is available at