Floodplain Management

Floodplain Administration

The City of Boerne Development Services department works to reduce flood losses by implementing floodplain designations and restrictions outlined in the Floodplain Management Ordinance. The purpose of this ordinance is to promote the public health, safety, and general welfare, and to minimize public and private losses due to floodplain conditions in special flood hazard areas and local floodplains.

Contact Jeff Carrol, Development Services Director and City Floodplain Administrator, with questions regarding development or construction activities within a designated floodplain. Email Jeff at [email protected] or call (830) 248-1538.

Floodplain Management Services

The City of Boerne offers several resources for residents to learn more about Floodplain Management and how to protect themselves and their property during a flooding event.

Floodplain map

Map Service Center

Access floodplain maps and the FEMA Flood Map Service Center, the official public source for flood hazard information.

Visit the Map Service Center.

FEMA flood insurance graphic

Flood Insurance

Learn about insurance and how you can protect yourself financialy in the event of a flood.

Learn about Flood Insurance.

Flooded road

Hazard Protection

Learn how to react safely during a flood event and how you can protect yourself and your property.

Learn about Hazard Protection.

Water retention area

Developing Responsibly

See how the City of Boerne is committed to responsible development and get information on Floodplain Development Permits.

Learn more about Developing Responsibly.

River Road Park sign

Natural Floodplain Functions

The City of Boerne has implemented measures to reduce the impact of development on natural drainageways and other natural areas.

Learn about Natural Floodplain Functions.

Draft Floodplain Map Boerne SARA 2.14.2023

Draft Floodplain Maps and Public Meetings

Review draft floodplain maps from the San Antonio River Authority and find information on public meetings.

See the draft floodplain maps.