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Posted on: April 27, 2017

We need your input!

AltTextThe City of Boerne is working to update the City Master Plan and invites residents and community members to share their thoughts and ideas on the future of our community at a Community Open House on Thursday, May 4 from 5:30pm to 7:30pm at Kronkosky Place, 17 Old San Antonio Road.  The meeting is designed as an open house allowing participants to come and go, or come and stay as long as they would like.  The City has contracted with Burditt Consultants to facilitate the plan update and Burditt team members will be on hand to answer questions and collect feedback.

The Master Plan is an official statement of the City’s vision for its future.  It expresses the community’s aspirations and goals for the City’s future, while articulating a corresponding set of policies and recommendations to guide future decisions regarding land use, development, and capital improvements.  While the plan looks ten years into the future, it is a living document that should be reviewed and updated as conditions and circumstances change in the community.

Boerne is a dynamic and growing city that has experienced substantial changes since the last Master Plan was approved in 2006.  While that plan has been updated in the years since, this comprehensive review and update is an opportunity to account for changing conditions in the community and region and to respond to continued growth pressures.  This update also provides an opportunity to celebrate and reflect on accomplishments of the last ten years such as the Patrick Heath Library and Hill Country Mile, while confirming and refining the residents aspirations for the next ten years and beyond.

The City of Boerne invites and encourages all residents and community members to participate in the planning process.  In addition to community meetings you are invited to participate through the project website at planboerne.com and on Facebook at facebook.com/planboerne.

For more information, please contact Laura Talley, Director of Planning and Community Development at 830-248-1501.

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