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Heart of Boerne
About the Initiative
As an exemplary Hill Country community, Boerne is dedicated to service, excellence, integrity, respect, and collaboration.
By contributing to these qualities, our residents and city staff can remain committed to showing everyone the true Heart of Boerne. Through this initiative, our goal is to encourage the community to be active participants in our successes and help us highlight how they are giving back.
Via the City of Boerne social media platforms we want to spark conversations, educate, and engage our community, connect with our audience, and further build on our digital relationships. Through this initiative we will help share the many wonderful things our community is doing to help make it so special in an authentic and honest way.
How to Participate/Submit
We see the Heart of Boerne on display every day around town. Help us highlight the good in the community by completing the submission form at the bottom of this page. Be sure to include any accompanying pictures for us to share on our digital platforms.
Please note, we will make every effort to highlight all relevant submissions, with a goal of emphasizing a diverse range of events and activities.
Scout project for fish habitat gives Fire Dept. training opportunityThe Fire Department and Parks and Recreation staff helped a local teen improve the fish habitat in Boerne City Lake. Read on...
Library recognized for outstanding work, community effortsThe award recognizes 10 areas of service and outstanding contributions our library makes to our community and this year only 56 libraries across the state were recognized. Read on...
Despite pandemic, city continues to enable learning opportunitiesFour Boerne-Champion High School seniors participated in city internships during the 2020-2021 school year. Read on...
Kitten rescued from truck engine by Animal Care ServicesEllie Huron and Stefanie Fisher responded to the call on Monday after a man heard the kitten crying while driving through town. Read on...
City employees volunteer at local nonprofits for Give Back DaysCity employees from various departments teamed up on four days during the month of December. Read on...
City, local groups partner to beautify community spacesIn total, 10 city staff from the Boerne Parks and Recreation Department and Special Events Office worked to help facilitate these projects, which were made possible by more than 130 volunteers. Read on...
New interpretive sign tells rich history of Boerne Crusaders ClubA new interpretive sign along the Cibolo Creek Trail tells the story of a social and charitable organization known as the Boerne Crusaders Club. Read on...