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  1. Burn Ban is OFF for Kendall County

    Kendall County commissioners have lifted the burn ban for Kendall County. As always, there is NO outdoor burning allowed in the city limits of Boerne. Read on...
  2. City Utilities Customers Facing High Bills Due to Cold Temperatures

    Due to the freezing temperatures we saw in December and January, numerous City of Boerne Utilities customers’ bills may be higher than their previous bill, and even higher than their bill from the same time last year. Read on...
  3. Boerne Utilities is on Facebook!

    Be sure to "like" Boerne Utilities Facebook page to get utility updates and energy conservation tips. Read on...
  4. Subcontractors needed for new City Hall project

    The city hall project is moving forward and Lee Lewis Construction, Inc., the Construction Manager at Risk for the project, is seeking local subcontractors to provide their services. See the "proposed City Hall" page for contact information. Additional Info...
  5. SOBO - South Boerne commercial development gets underway

    Now that the new Herff Road connecting Main Street to Highway 46 is complete and helping many commuters bypass the downtown/River Road areas, commercial development of much of that property along the roadway is set to begin. Additional Info...
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  1. Cascade Caverns circleOne of forty-eight projects being considered by Alamo Area Metropolitan Planning Organization is an improvement to the intersection of Old San Antonio Road and Cascade Caverns Road. The proposed project is the construction of a roundabout at the intersection, designed to reduce traffic congestion and improve circulation and connectivity in the southern part of Boerne.

    The City of Boerne has applied for federal transportation grant funding for this much needed mobility improvement project and is hoping as many people as possible can attend the public meeting Tuesday, 2/27/18 at 6:00 p.m. at Kronkosky Place.

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