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San Marcos Fire Department Station #2 Opens at La Cima!

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La Cima is pleased to announce that the City of San Marcos Fire Station #2, located here in our community, is officially open! The event was celebrated with a ribbon cutting ceremony on December 30 featuring city officials.

Below is and excerpt from the San Marcos Daily Record regarding the event:

San Marcos Fire Station #2’s three red-painted garage doors rose up and a fire engine emerged with its lights on, whizzing past a small, socially distanced group gathered Wednesday morning. 

A round of applause broke out as the vehicle drove down the road. The engine’s exit was only ceremonial but it marked the grand opening of the city’s newest fire station located in the La Cima neighborhood off Ranch Road 12.  

“I just want the residents of San Marcos to know that this is a city facility, a fire station that they can truly be proud of,” city Director of Public Safety Chase Stapp said. “It was built under a very strict budget but to very high standards that will allow it to be a functional and effective city facility for 50 years or better. I’m very proud to be a part of that.”

San Marcos’ previous fire station #2 was located on Academy Street in a small duplex building built in 1954. The new one, which was built as a part of the 2017 city bond, is better equipped for a growing department and city.

“The city has grown since 1954 and so has the fire department,” Mayor Jane Hughson said. “We now have around 70 full-time professional firefighters and much larger, better-equipped fire engines. The new station two will house our firefighters and support staff safely, comfortably and efficiently so when they hear the tones they will be ready to respond to the needs of our citizens at potentially one of the most important times in their lives. We’re so thankful for their dedication and so fortunate to have them here to help keep us safe.” 

To read the entire story, CLICK HERE.


La Cima Signs on as Sponsor for Texas State University Physical Therapy 4th Annual Pura Vida 5K and Wellness Event

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La Cima is pleased to announce that it is continuing its sponsorship of the annual Texas State University Physical Therapy Pura Vida 5K and Wellness Event.

This year’s event, the 4th annual, will take place on Saturday, Feb. 29 beginning at 9 a.m.

Walkers and dogs are welcome!

Can’t make it but want to support PT students? This event supports the Texas State Department of physical therapy’s interprofessional, service learning study abroad program in Atenas, Costa Rica. Students live with host families and learn/practice Medical Spanish in nursing homes and outpatient clinics, so they are better prepared to serve our patients who speak Spanish here in the US.

If you are unable to participate in the race, but would like to support the program, you can sponsor a student to run the race, buy a t-shirt, or make a donation.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Suzy Okere at sd11@txstate.edu.

To register for this year’s event, CLICK HERE. 

La Cima Celebrates Groundbreaking of City of San Marcos Fire Department Station #2

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La Cima was pleased to host a groundbreaking ceremony recently for the City of San Marcos Fire Department Station #2, which will be located within the community. Representatives from the City of San Marcos and the San Marcos Fire Department joined residents of the community and their families in the celebration.

The event was covered by numerous media outlets, and below are links to the coverage:



San Marcos Daily Record

Community Impact Newspaper

La Cima the Royal Circle Sponsor of San Marcos Mardi Gras Parade on Feb. 22

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La Cima is pleased to serve as Royal Circle Sponsor for the Mistick Krewe of Okeanos annual Mardi Gras Parade in San Marcos!

The theme of the parade for 2020 is American Heritage, and it will be held on Saturday, Feb. 22, beginning around noon.

Every year Mistick Krewe of Okeanos produces a parade beginning at the end of Belvin Street. The organizers are grateful to have ingenious neighbors who have devised colorful floats and who wear fantastic costumes. They elicit parade participants for this family-friendly, strictly G-rated event.

For more information, visit the Mistick Krewe of Okeanos website.