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Posted on: April 24, 2019

Boerne low water crossings map available

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During these kinds of heavy downpours several of the low water crossings in the Boerne city limits will be closed; give yourself extra time and avoid these areas. Red dots indicated a street is closed; green dots mean they are open.

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Posted on: April 24, 2019

April 23 City Council Meeting Video

April 23 City Council Meeting

The City Council meeting on April 23, 2019 is now available to watch online! Follow along with the meeting's agenda side-by-side the video on your screen or pick which item you want to view and skip ahead.

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Posted on: April 23, 2019

Unified Development Code Open House - April 30

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One of the most important projects the City of Boerne is undertaking in 2019 is the development of the City’s first Unified Development Code, or UDC.

The City and its volunteer based Steering Committee are holding the first of several open houses on April ...

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Posted on: April 16, 2019

Spring Bulky Item Collection - get your address on the list

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The City of Boerne’s semi-annual Large Item Pick-up is coming!  If you are a residential customer and are billed for garbage service by the City of Boerne you are eligible for Large Item Pickup.  Waste Management crews will begin collect...

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Posted on: April 16, 2019

Applications being accepted for serving on city boards and commissions

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Throughout the year the City of Boerne accepts applications from interested residents who would like to serve on the various boards, commissions or special committees that are appointed by the Boerne mayor.  The primary groups are the Planning an...

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Posted on: March 7, 2019

City election - May 4, 2019 UPDATE

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Update - The slate of candidates for the City’s May 4th general and special elections are now set. For the General Election, Tim Handren, the current District 5 representative running for the mayor position, is unopposed; Nina Woolard, the curre...

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