Planning in Boerne

Boerne Main Plaza GazeboAs the City and Kendall County continue to grow, City leaders are also planning for what our community will look like decades from now and how we can best prepare and handle the needs a growing population will require.

The first big project in the 2018 Boerne Master Plan began soon after it’s passage and in 2021 led to the creation of a Unified Development Code. Visit the UDC page for more information (link)

The City also created a comprehensive list of action items that City Council and staff utilize to help determine future direction and budget priorities. It includes not only plans from the original 2018 Master Plan, but also items from the 2017 Parks Master Plan and annual Capital Improvement Plan and is subject to reevaluation each fiscal year based on budget and community priority considerations.

At the request of Mayor Tim Handren, the City of Boerne spearheaded the creation of two community-led committees. 

Created by the Boerne City Council, the Kendall County Water Planning Committee is tasked with developing a water plan designed to moderate water consumption, protect water resources, seek out and evaluate potential new water sources, maximize efficient use of existing water sources and identify tools for water conservation. Click here to learn more.

Formed in late 2019, the Kendall County, Boerne, Fair Oaks Transportation Committee is charged with developing a countywide transportation plan to mitigate current and future traffic congestion in Kendall County in a way that preserves cultural and environmental resources and promotes appropriate economic development. Click here to learn more.