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Residents who received damage in Tuesday’s storm are asked to report any damage their property received to the City at . The link goes to a survey that is joint effort between the City and Hays County to gather information on storm damage. The survey is also available at Hays County’s emergency management website at by selecting "Report

The Comal County Sheriff's Office is attempting to identify this woman caught on surveillance cameras at a Comal County store on March 22, 2017. The unknown female entered the store, gathered a basket of household goods and clothing, and told the cashier that she had paid for those items the

New Braunfels, Texas — Effective at 3:00pm today (04/12/17), the Comal River in New Braunfels is open again for recreation. As of this release, the Comal River flow is at approximately 440cfs. Minor amounts of debris have been cleaned up and there were no major damages to city facilities following

Comal and New Braunfels ISDs are holding elections on May 6. The Comal County Elections Office is providing support for those elections; however, ballots and polling places are set by the school districts and can be accessed at their websites ( New Braunfels ISD , Comal ISD ). April 26 – Last day

You're invited to the annual National Infant Immunization Week health fair, featuring fun activities, face painting, story time, and of course lots of great health and wellness info for area families. The fair will be 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, April 22, at the McKenna Events Center in New Braunfels. Join the Comal County Office of Public Health and other local organizations for a fun and
(AUSTIN) — With the potential for severe weather approaching this spring, Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar reminds Texans they can purchase certain items tax free during the state's sales tax holiday for emergency preparation supplies, April 22-24. "Unfortunately, we can't predict when the next fire, flood or tornado may strike," Hegar said. "But we can be prepared, and this tax holiday helps Texans
New Braunfels, Texas — With warmer weather approaching, the City is urging citizens to continue efforts to help control mosquitoes in our area. “There are a number of things individuals can do to reduce the risk of exposure to West Nile virus or Zika virus,” said Environmental Services Manager Bryan Ruiz. “The most important actions are to eliminate mosquito-breeding areas in your environment and
One of the area’s most popular summer camps is now accepting applications. And the best part about the Comal County Sheriff’s Office Junior Deputy Academies? They’re free. The Academies are open to all boys and girls, ages 9-11, in Comal County. Applications are accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis, but first-time applicants will receive priority in an effort to give more students an
New Braunfels – City of New Braunfels officials are encouraging residents to acquire their free Resident River Pass before the 2017 tubing season begins. New Braunfels citizens, who reside inside the corporate city limits, can receive the Resident River Pass at no charge to avoid paying the $2 River Management Fee charged to nonresidents. The fee will be implemented on Saturdays, Sundays and
Hays County Courthouse, San Marcos, TX – Hays County and the City of San Marcos are partnering to bring a household hazardous waste drop-off at the Hays County Driftwood Solid Waste/Recycling Center, 100 Darden Hill Road (CR 162) on Saturday, April 29, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. There is no charge to drop off items, which should not be placed in regular trash or recycling since the chemicals and other
New Braunfels, Texas – The City of New Braunfels invites amateur chefs to participate in the 14th annual Wein and Saengerfest Chef Showdown competition. The event is scheduled for Saturday, May 6th in Historic Downtown New Braunfels. “The Chef Showdown in an exciting event where participants are challenged to create an on the spot dish using a mystery basket of ingredients,” said Matt Eckmann,
New Braunfels, Texas - The City of New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department is offering citizens online registration, beginning with summer 2017 activities that open for registration this spring. Families can view class information, check availability, register and pay online at . Summer program registration will begin Monday, April 3rd at 8:00 a.m. Families wanting to
Natural Bridge Caverns is proud to support the efforts of the San Antonio Food Bank as it continues its work on a new home for The Kitchen Table, a dedicated New Braunfels facility. The Wuest family, owners and operators of Natural Bridge Caverns, recently donated $11,000 to the San Antonio Food Bank through a fundraising effort that was part of Christmas at the Caverns. Travis Wuest, Vice
City of New Braunfels has announced that potential traffic delays are to be expected on the following streets while they are being resurfaced as part of the City’s yearly maintenance program: Hayselton Ave. from Dallas St. to W. Edgewater Terrace · Lakeview Blvd. from E. Austin St. to E. Torrey St. · E.Austin St. from N. Union Ave. to Lakeview Blvd. · Napoleon St. from Comal Ave. to S. Market St