Climate and Demographics


Located in the southern portion of the United States, Boerne tends to have warm summers and mild winters.

On average the city receives just shy of 34 inches of rain per year, with one inch of snow during the winter months.

Only four months of the year does the average high temperature exceed 85 degrees (June – September). August is the hottest month of the year, with an average high temperature of 94 degrees. In the winter, on average, January is the coldest month with highs in the low 60s and lows in the upper 40s.

The seasonal average temperatures are as follows:

Average High TemperatureAverage Median TemperatureAverage Low Temperature
Winter62.7 degrees50.3 degrees37.9 degrees
Spring77.8 degrees65.6 degrees53.5 degrees
Summer92.2 degrees80.2 degrees68.2 degrees
Fall79.3 degrees66.9 degrees66.9 degrees.
Average seasonal temperatures in Fahrenheit for Boerne.


Information listed below is from the U.S. Census Bureau. As of July 1, 2021, Boerne’s population was 19,109. Nearly 1,200 residents are veterans and 6.2 percent of residents are foreign born. The average commute time (between 2017-2021) was just under 24 minutes. 

Age and Sex of Boerne Residents
People under 5 years of age6.1 percent
People under 18 years of age27.1 percent
People over 65 years of age17 percent
People who identify as female50 percent
Breakdown of ages and gender identity in Boerne

Race and Hispanic Origin
White alone81.1 percent
Black or African American alone0.4 percent
American Indian or Alaska Native alone0.3 percent
Asian alone0.4 percent
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander alone0.8 percent
Two or more races11.2 percent
Hispanic or Latino29.2 percent
White alone, not Hispanic or Latino64.6 percent
Breakdown of race and ethnicity in Boerne

Owner-occupied housing unit rate, 2015-201961 percent
Median value of owner-occupied housing unit rate, 2017-2021$327,600 
Median selected monthly owner costs with a mortgage, 2015-2019$2,086
Median selected monthly owner costs without a mortgage, 2015-2019$738
Median gross rent, 2015-2019$1,348
Breakdown of housing in Boerne

Education, Heath, Income and Poverty
High school graduate or higher, percent of people 25+91 percent
Bachelor's degree or higher, percent of people 25+45.8 percent
People with a disability, percent under 657.7 percent
People without health insurance, percent under 6511.1 percent
Median household income, 2017-2021$79,692
Per capita income over the past 12 months, 2017-2021$39,728
People living in poverty, percent6.7 percent
Breakdown of education, health, income and poverty in Boerne