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EMERGENCIES: If you have an emergency, call 9-1-1.


  • If you live within city limits (Unit 6) and have a non-emergency issue and wish to speak with the Bastrop Police Department staff, call (512) 332-8600.

  • If you live outside city limits (Unit 6 or Units 7-12) and have a non-emergency issue and wish to speak to the Bastrop County Sheriff Department staff, call (512) 549-5100.



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.) within the city limits in Unit 6, please contact the City of Bastrop to report it so a work order can be generated. If you have a concern related to other issues or roads and live outside the city limits in Unit 6 or in Units 7 through 12, please contact the county commissioner noted below for your Unit.

Trey Job

Assistant City Manager of Development Services

City of Bastrop

(Unit 6)

(512) 332-8920


Mel Hamner
Bastrop County Commissioner Precinct 1

(Unit 6)
Phone: (512) 332-7295
Fax: (512) 332-7269


Clara Beckett
Bastrop County Commissioner Precinct 2

(Units 7 through 12)
Phone: (512) 581-4002
Fax: (512) 581-4005


For more information, go to Bastrop County Precincts. For more information regarding roads in Pine Forest, go to Pine Forest Roads.


Contact the Bastrop County Development Services to get the latest version of the Development Services Application, and current regulations for Construction, Driveway/Culvert, 911 Addresses.


Contact Aqua Water or Bastrop County WCID#2, depending upon your address, to make them aware of your plans and need for water. Some property owners opt for wells.


Please contact Bluebonnet Electric regarding the need for electricity. Electricity must be installed and available prior to building.


Bastrop County sits along the Central Flyway -- the largest and most prolific migratory bird route, taking birds to South America and back again during their twice-annual migration. Migratory birds include Black-Chinned and Ruby Throated Hummingbirds, Little Blue Heron, Painted Bunting and Scissor-Tailed Flycatcher. In January 2020, Bastrop was certified as an official bird city by Texas Parks and Wildlife. 

Bastrop County is also home to the Houston Toad. Preservation of this natural habitat is very important. If you own acreage and would like to be considered a wildlife refuge, contact Cari Croft at 512-332-7284 or by email at For more information, go to Bastrop CountyBastrop County Houston Toad Guidelines


Bastrop Chamber of Commerce, 927 Main Street, Bastrop, TX 78602 (512) 303-0058

Bastrop Museum & Visitor Center, 904 Main Street, Bastrop, TX 78602 (512) 303-0057

Visit Bastrop, City of Bastrop, @1311 Chestnut Street, Bastrop, Texas 78602 (512) 332-8981

Explore Bastrop County, 211 Jackson Street, Bastrop, TX 78602 (512) 581-4011

Bastrop Convention Center, 1408 Chestnut Street, Bastrop, TX 78602 (512) 332-8981


Bastrop Public Library, 1100 Church Street, Bastrop, TX 78602 (512) 332-8880

Bastrop Opera House, 711 Spring Street, Bastrop, TX 78602 (512) 517-6422

Bastrop County Historical Commission, 804 Pecan Street, Bastrop, TX 78602 (512) 940-7297

Bastrop State Park - Texas Parks & Wildlife, 100 Park Road 1A, Bastrop, TX 78602

Keep Bastrop County Beautiful, Bastrop, Texas 78602

Tahitian Village Community adjacent to Pine Forest, Bastrop County, TX 78602

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