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City of Buda

Incorporated in 1948, Buda is a Home Rule City and is governed by council-manager form of government. Council members and the Mayor are elected citywide and must reside in the city limits. Council meetings are held on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month at 6:00 p.m. or 6:30 p.m. (time subject to change, veiw agenda for date, time, and location) at the Council Chambers in the Buda Municipal Complex. View City of Buda Website

Lee UrbanovskyMayor
Evan TureMayor Pro-Tem; Single Member District B
Matt SmithAt-Large Position 1
Monica DavidsonAt-Large Position 2
LaVonia Horne-WilliamsAt-Large Position 3
Paul DaugereauSingle Member District A
Terry CummingsSingle Member District C
Micah GrauCity Manager

Hays County

Hays County is governed by the Commissioners Court, which consists of one commissioner for each of Hays County's four precincts, and a County Judge who presides over the Court. The Hays County Commissioners hold Court every Tuesday at 9 a.m. at the County Courthouse, which is located in San Marcos. View Hays County Website

Ruben BecerraCounty Judge
Debbie IngalsbeCommissioner, Precinct 1
Mark JonesCommissioner, Precinct 2
Lon ShellCommissioner, Precinct 3
Walt SmithCommissioner, Precinct 4


State Government

Buda is represented by one Senator and one Representative on the State level.

Senator Donna Campbell - District 25
Representative Erin Zwiener - District 45


Federal Government

Buda is represented by one Congressman and two Senators on the Federal Level

Congressman Lamar Smith
Senator John Cornyn
Senator Ted Cruz