County Commissioners has lifted the Burn Ban for Kendall County. City of Boerne residents are reminded that outdoor burning of brush or trash is never allowed in the city limits. Read on...
THE CITY OF BOERNE ADOPTED A TAX RATE THAT WILL RAISE MORE TAXES FOR MAINTENANCE AND OPERATIONS THAN LAST YEAR’S TAX RATE. Read on
Get rid of your junk! Boerne utilities customers can call 249-9511 to get their address on the pick-up list or "request the service" from the city website. Collection starts September 29. You must be on the list by Friday, Sept 26. Read on...
Drop off unwanted, expired prescription drugs at the Boerne PD on Saturday, Sept 27 between 10am and 2pm. No questions asked. Read on...
Every September, the President of the United States designates September as National Preparedness Month. The Department of Homeland Security’s Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) manages National Preparedness Month. Read on...
CITY HAS AN APP FOR THAT
City Hall working to keep citizens informed
Getting current information about city business just got a whole lot easier with the City of Boerne mobile app, now available for free from the App Store.
The app provides a connection between the City of Boerne and its citizens and visitors. Enjoy convenient access to local officials, city staff and city services. Whether a resident or visitor, this app delivers access to community news, events and things to do.
•News – Receive official news about the local area.
•Calendar – See what’s going on in the city and sign up for event notifications and changes.
•Emergency Alert – Receive notification about important community news, street closures, road conditions and critical emergencies. Also get up-to-the-minute emergency updates.
Download the City of Boerne, TX app and connect with the City of Boerne.