Civic Ready

Emergency Alerts

As an extension of its new website, The City of Horseshoe Bay has launched a new messaging system for the members of it’s community called CivicReady.

CivicReady is a communication service available to our residents to receive emergency notifications via phone call, text, and/or phone call related to the City of Horseshoe Bay. Examples of emergency notifications include:

  • In-progress incidents  
  • Missing persons 
  • Mandatory evacuations

General Notifications

Stay up-to-date with news and information from the City of Horseshoe Bay by subscribing to CivicReady.

By signing up, you can receive notifications for:

  • City Council agendas and minutes
  • Community news
  • Street Improvement / Construction
  • Calendar events
  • Bids 

Register for CivicReady

To register for CivicReady and get notified - CLICK HERE !

Please view the video below for additional help.


CivicReady Mobile App for Your Smart Phone

CivicReady also has an app for you smart phone!  Simply go to the PlayStore on you Android phone or the App Store on your iPhone and search for the AlertMe - Regroup Mobile App.  When you register though this app, please use the registration code "HorseshoeBay".

Warn Central Texas

Emergency Alerts from the City, County and other regional governments:

Warn Central Texas is an additional alert service you may wish to sign up for.  In order to receive emergency alerts from your City, County and other regional governments, you must also sign up for alerts through The City cannot sign you up for this service. Click HERE to sign up.

Warn Central Texas is a program promoting voluntary registrations for the regional notification system (RNS) used by the Capital Area Council of Governments and its regional, government partners in Bastrop, Blanco, Burnet, Caldwell, Fayette, Hays, Lee, Llano, Travis and Williamson counties. The RNS program is powered by Everbridge, which allows local officials to contact people in their communities by cellphone, email, text or mobile app during times of disasters or public safety events.