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Comal, Guadalupe, and Hays County officials and staffs are monitoring a weather situation that could lead to additional rainfall this week due to Tropical Storm Bill. Hays County Emergency Management officials advise that flood gauges along the Blanco River that were damaged by the Memorial Day Weekend floods have been replaced by authorities, and the Hays County Transportation Department has pre

(New Braunfels, TX)--The Comal County Clerk’s Office has begun providing a free service to help protect residents against property fraud. The Property Fraud Alert system notifies residents when transactions regarding their property are recorded in the County Clerk’s Office, providing advance notice

New Braunfels City Development Coordinator Jeff Jewell and City Downtown Development Coordinator and Historic Preservation Officer Amy McWhorter provided a presentation on the development of the City Hall property Master Plan at Monday’s Chamber Board of Directors meeting. The City is planning to

(San Marcos, TX)--The City of San Marcos is joining with representatives from the Federal Emergency Management Agency, the Small Business Administration and other disaster recovery agencies to host a town hall meeting. The meeting is set for Wednesday, at the San Marcos Activity Center at 501 E.

Rockin’ the Recovery, a benefit concert, bake sale, and 5k will be held this Saturday to benefit Wimberley flood victims. Old Glory Ranch in conjunction with My Neighbors’ Keepers is hosting an afternoon of live music, food and music at Old Glory Ranch, in Wimberley. Vendors, musicians, and more are donating their time and services to aid those affected by the Memorial Day Weekend flood.

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(New Braunfels, Texas) — The river flow on the Comal River has recovered and is once again flowing at normal levels (at around 240 cfs as of this release). City crews have worked diligently to remove debris along the river banks and at the Tube Chute Dam and the decision has been made to re-open the Comal River to recreation. Water clarity is still murky, so those entering the river are advised
(New Braunfels, TX) - San Antonio Symphony violinist, Aimee Toomes will give a special performance at the New Braunfels Public Library tonight at 7. Toomes’ performance is the first in the library’s Summer Concert Series. The one-hour concert will include works by Bach, Massenet, and composers from the Baroque and Classical periods. Toomes will answer questions from the audience and discuss the
(New Braunfels, TX) - The City of New Braunfels invites the public to celebrate the summer solstice with a series of events on Saturday, June 20th. Festivities will kick off with the Park Foundation Dos Rios 5K Run at Cypress Bend Park at 8:00 a.m., followed by a kid’s 1K run at 9:30 a.m. At 1:00 p.m., ribbon cutting, tree planting and Art in the Park activities will be held at Gazebo Circle in
Thursday, June 18, 2015 at 10:00 AM in the Commissioners Courtroom, 100 Main Plaza, New Braunfels, Texas. You may visit our website at www.co.comal.tx.us for agenda postings. 10:00 AM WORKSHOP AGENDA: The following subjects will be discussed: 1. Presentation and discussion on the Countywide Polling Place Program 2. Discuss and consider acceptance of in-kind services from Canyon Lake Water Supply
Elizabeth Avenue Improvements Beginning (New Braunfels, TX) – The City of New Braunfels has announced that the segment of Elizabeth Avenue, from Hinman Island to Torrey Street, will be under construction beginning the week of June 15th. The scope of work removes and resurfaces the asphalt pavement as well as rebuilds segments of the curb and gutters. Traffic will be reduced to one lane with
Area of Concern: Tonight: Along and east of I-35 this evening and Rio Grande Plains and western Edwards Plateau overnight. Monday: Along and east of I-35. Late Monday - Wednesday Night: Portions of Hill Country, I-35 corridor, and points east. Threats & Impacts: Rainfall: This Afternoon through Monday Afternoon: 1 to 2 inches with isolated amounts over 3 inches possible in areas described
(New Braunfels, TX)--New Braunfels returns to Stage 1 watering restrictions Continued conservation urged NEW BRAUNFELS—New Braunfels is returning to Stage 1 watering restrictions, which continues to allow for one day a week use of a sprinkler or irrigation system as well as more frequent use of hand-held hoses, 5-gallon buckets, drip irrigation systems, and soaker hoses. The Edwards Aquifer has