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  1. 2016 Drinking Water Quality Report

    City of Boerne Utilities drinking water meets or exceeds all federal drinking water requirements. View the entire report highlighting the quality of the water we provide our customers. Public meeting planned for August 2, 5pm in City Council Chambers. Read on...
  2. Year-round water conservation rules in effect

    Boerne Water Utility customers are required to follow year-round water conservation rules which allow for landscape watering with an irrigation system or sprinklers any day of the week but only between 7pm and 11am. Read on...
  3. Are you air - aware?

    As a member of the Alamo Area Council of Governments, Boerne supports their efforts to educate our residents and visitors about important issues/tips that affect our air quality. Additional Info...
  4. Safety Town 2017 registration open

    Boerne Police Department and Boerne Independent School District are now accepting registration for students entering kindergarten next August. The Safety Town program, July 24-28, focuses on safety awareness as these tykes begin school. More details here...
  5. Shrubs and Utility Boxes don't mix

    The recommended distance to plant shrubs or any vegetation near transformers or utility boxes is 10 ft away from side with an access door & 3 ft from all other sides. Most all utility boxes or pedestals have signage on them describing this requirement. Read more.....
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  1. Please take a minute to review to first draft version of the Parks, Recreation and Open Spaces Master Plan for 2017-2027.  This plan is intended to be a tool to help guide future parks projects it is not intended to be a final word on those projects. Each project will be given a priority rating and at the time City Council approves any project further public input will be sought during the development of those final plans.If you have questions or suggestions for the plan, please email those to: 
    Danny Zincke, Director of Community Services  
    dzincke@boerne-tx.gov
    We need your feedback on the draft Boerne Parks and Recreation Master Plan.  We hope you will review it and attend a public hearing at the next City Council meeting on June 27 at 6pm.  Check out the report at this link:

     PARKSMPCOVER

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