What city departments will be in the new City Hall?
• Boerne Utilities Customer Service and Billing for all utilities - electric, water, wastewater, natural gas, and garbage;
• Administrative and Legal departments;
• Public Works - administration, construction and permitting - service counters and plan rooms for construction review, permitting, contractor meetings;
• Code Enforcement
• Planning and Community Services;
• Economic Development;
• Information Technology;
• Finance;
• Mayor’s office and City Council chambers and meeting rooms for city appointed commissions and committees;
• Human Resources;
• Purchasing;

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1. Do we really need a new City Hall?
2. What city departments will be in the new City Hall?
3. Are there any other three story buildings on Main Street?
4. How many employees will be working in the new building?
5. Will there be a "drive through" window for payments?
6. Why can't the current City Hall be expanded?
7. Why build it for 30 years out? Why not for today?
8. Who is on the City Hall Project Ad Hoc Committee and how was it formed?
9. Why is the building so close to Main Street?
10. What is the height limit for buildings on Main Street?
11. How was Randall Scott Architects chosen?
12. Is there a catering kitchen proposed for the new City Hall?
13. What about drainage issues?
14. It has been stated that this would not cost taxpayers any additional taxes. How is that possible?
15. If the City of Boerne moves ahead with the new city hall project, will it completely wipe out the general fund?
16. Could that money be better spent on other things citizens use?