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New Braunfels ISD students begin the 2016/17 school year today, with Comal ISD students starting classes on Tuesday.

Comal County - From the NBPD: New Braunfels, Texas — Due to continued rainfall, the Comal River in New Braunfels will once again be temporarily closed to recreation for Sunday. Sunday morning, the flow of the Comal River is at approximately 800cfs. Conditions on the Comal River will be reevaluated

Rain from 1 to 3 inches expected today, but Comal County misses the worst flooding-that was in Wilson County.

NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE in New Braunfels at 2:30am Sunday issued a Flood Advisory specifically for Comal County effective thru 5:15am.. ​Advisories are issued when flooding is imminent or occurring, generally within the next 1 to 3 hours, but is not expected to substantially threaten life and

Severe Weather Alert from the National Weather Service Flood Watch In Effect

...Numerous models indicating a significant 10-15+ inch rain event overnight tonight......Areas need to be prepared for possible significant flash flooding overnight tonight.  Make Emergency Preparations NOW!


A Flash Flood Watch is in effect for areas west of a Georgetown to San Antonio to Pleasanton line through Sunday evening.  Heavy Rainfall with Flash Flooding Possible in Comal County. 

The City of New Braunfels is gearing up for an update to its Comprehensive Plan. City officials state the plan is a community-driven, long-range, vision document that will guide local decision and policy makers on the future development of the city. 

After graduating from CHS, Charlene worked in Comal ISD for more than 30 years. Blevins, who has worked at Garden Ridge Elementary since it opened in 2010, has also worked in the district for 30 years.

Parents of all returning 1st – 12th grade students are required to enroll their child for the 2016-2017 school year through their txConnect Parent Portal

Early and election day polling locations and precincts that have been moved.


The Comal County Commissioners Court will begin conducting public hearings on the proposed 2017 budget and tax rate next week.

National Night Out Is coming up soon, and the Bulverde Police Department is accepting new NNO hosts and block party locations throughout the City.  Organizers explain, this is a great opportunity to get out and meet your neighbors and local first responders.

The regular meeting of COMMISSIONERS COURT begins at 8:30 this morning, in the Commissioners Courtroom, 100 Main Plaza. Today’s agenda includes discussion on amended dates for Public Hearings on the proposed tax rate. 

City Staff and Council continued to work on next year’s City Budget and Plan for Municipal Services Wednesday evening.