Speaker, volunteers to help restore and inform natural area behind library
On Saturday, April 23, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., there will be another opportunity as the Native Plant Society of Texas will not only bring out crews to help improve the area but also provide a learning opportunity for the public.
Members of the City’s Park and Recreation Department, alongside the Boerne Rotary Club, Burkett Arbor Care and the Texas A&M Forest Services worked together to plant the Cider Elm, Chinquapin Oak, Mexican Sycamore and Monterrey trees. All four trees are native to Texas and able to grow well based on the climatology of the Texas Hill Country.
Noise means something different to everyone, but the city's focus is on controllable noise that is an annoyance. You can help the city determine what that means to our community and what needs attention.
The results of this survey will be used and referenced over the next several years to evaluate projects already listed in the city’s master plans, propose future projects, and shape the city’s annual budget.
OprahDaily.com names Boerne's Main Street Top 25 "Need to Visit ASAP"
From Eastsound, Washington, to Frederick, Maryland, these small towns in America might not sound like they would have much in common with Boerne, Texas, unless of course Oprah Winfrey hears about these communities.