The city of Dripping Springs is situated in the Lone Star State of Texas, in Hays County. It is a small town with a population of 4,650 people and a population density of 204.1 people per square meter. It was first established in the 1850s and has since become a thriving community with a dynamic and ever-growing market. Dripping Springs is renowned for its stringent lighting regulations and low annual cloud cover, which earned it the title of the first “dark sky” community in Texas.
This makes stargazing simpler than in most other places. It also has a humid subtropical climate, with hot, humid summers and mild winters. Prosperity Bank is the most popular bank in Dripping Springs, with 1 branch, followed by Texas Regional Bank, with 1 branch, and then JPMorgan Chase Bank, National Association, with 1 branch. The city is also highly educated, with more than 60% of the population having a bachelor's degree or higher. Dripping Springs is part of the Sustainable Places Project, an initiative to help Dripping Springs and other cities in Central Texas create livable places that reflect community goals as cities grow. For all your administrative procedures, you can contact the Dripping Springs City Council at the address and times listed on this page or contact the city government by phone or email depending on your preferences or the availability of the service.