AUSTIN (KXAN) — Immediately following the Supreme Court’s ruling Friday, the only county in Central Texas issuing same-sex marriage licenses was Travis County. That is now changing as of Monday morning.

Central Texas counties issuing same-sex marriage licenses as of June 30, 2015.

KXAN News reached out to counties in Central Texas to find out what their status is and timeline for issuing same-sex marriage licenses.

  • Bastrop County: Started issuing licenses on Monday.
  • Blanco County: Now issuing.
  • Burnet County: Now issuing.
  • Caldwell County: Not issuing. They have not received a new form, but they will begin using them once they receive them.
  • Fayette County: Not issuing. Officials have the forms but are waiting for guidance from the county attorney.
  • Gillespie County: Not issuing. They have not received new forms but will consult with district attorney when they do.
  • Hays County: Started issuing licenses at 10 a.m. on Monday. (Four same-sex marriage licenses issued on Monday)
  • Lee County: Not issuing. They are in the process of uploading the new forms to their systems — and awaiting guidance from county attorney.
  • Llano County: Not issuing. They have not received new forms and will consult with the county judge, county commissioners and district attorney before moving forward.
  • Mason County: Not issuing. Officials have the forms but are waiting on guidance from the district attorney and county attorney.
  • Milam County: Now issuing.
  • San Saba County: Refusing, based on Attorney General Ken Paxton’s advisement.
  • Travis County: Started issuing licenses on Friday. (98 total marriage licenses issued on Monday)
  • Williamson County: Started issuing licenses on Monday.

The State Registrar has revised the Application for Marriage License (VS-180 Rev. 06/2015) and the Declaration and Registration of Informal Marriage (VS-180.1 Rev. 06/2015), which are effective immediately.

You can download the Application For Marriage License here.