The City of Boerne is a growing community in the Texas Hill Country within the Upper Cibolo Creek Watershed. In 2018, the City of Boerne developed a planning document to serve as a blueprint for future development in Boerne. One of the goals determined within the plan included accommodating anticipated community growth through smart growth principles and strategic investments in utilities while protecting the natural resources and small-town character of Boerne.
This Master Drainage Plan addresses several of the key ancillary goals identified in the Comprehensive Masterplan including protecting natural resources, promoting the City of Boerne’s distinguished sense of place, and encouraging balanced and sustainable growth.
Elements of the Master Drainage Plan:
Mapping of Drainageway Protection Zones and Local Floodplains
Identification of major flood risk areas
Development of mitigation projects
Identification of potential funding mechanisms
Development of a recommended drainage Capital Improvement Program
Projects developed as part of this Master Drainage Plan are conceptual and the costs are subject to change. A list of short-, medium-, and long-term projects is provided within this report and is meant to be flexible as funding becomes available.