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That Central Texas, including Nolanville, are in the direct path of Totality for the next Solar Eclipse? We will enjoy 1minute and 40 seconds of complete totality for the next solar eclipse! 

Nolanville, like other Central Texas Cities, offers a prime viewing location creating a rare and awe-inspiring sight. Our open spaces, clear skies and minimal light pollution provide ideal conditions for an unobstructed view of the eclipse ensuring a truly immersive and breathtaking experience. 

Attention, Nolanville residents!
To ensure smooth trash collection and accommodate any potential travel congestion during the upcoming Eclipse on Monday, April 8th, TDS is making a slight adjustment to their pick up schedule. Monday trash service will begin one hour earlier than usual.
Please make sure your carts are ready at the curb by 6:00 AM. You can also help by placing them out the night before to guarantee timely collection. Let's all work together to keep Nolanville clean and efficient!
(This will only be for those whose normal trash day is Monday!)

March 13, 2024


TITLE: City of Nolanville Reminds Residents to Plan Ahead for April 8th Eclipse

CONTACT: Jennifer Shidler, Community Outreach & Public Affairs Coordinator

NOLANVILLE, - March 13, 2024 – The long-awaited solar eclipse event of April 8th will grace the skies of Central Texas, drawing countless spectators to witness the “Totality” Phenomenon. As the eclipse path sweeps through our region, Nolanville residents are urged to prepare for increased traffic, heightened demand for goods, and potential delays.

Nolanville may not have the bustling infrastructure of larger cities, but its proximity to the eclipse path brings both opportunities and challenges. Recognizing the potential impact on our community, local authorities emphasize the importance of proactive planning to minimize any disruptions to daily life.

"Residents of Nolanville should anticipate heavier traffic, potential supply shortages at stores, and increased activity at gas stations during the eclipse," advised Chief of Police, Michael Hatton. "This is not a cause for panic but rather an opportunity to prepare and ensure a smooth experience for everyone."

To minimize inconvenience, residents are encouraged to take the following steps:

  1. Stock Up: Prioritize essential supplies such as water, food, and emergency provisions well in advance of April 8th to avoid shortages.
  2. Plan Travel: If possible, plan travel around peak eclipse times to reduce congestion on roads. Allow for extra time if commuting or traveling during the event.
  3. Stay Informed: Follow local news and updates from authorities for any developments or advisories related to the eclipse.
  4. Be Patient and Courteous: Expect delays and increased crowds and approach the event with patience and understanding. Extend courtesy to fellow residents and visitors alike.

For further information and updates, residents are encouraged to visit the City of Nolanville website or contact local authorities.

Media Contact: Jennifer Shidler Community Outreach & Public Affairs Coordinator City of Nolanville. Phone: (254) 698-6335 Email:



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