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Posted on: April 8, 2019

Spring Bulky Item Collection - get your address on the list

 “BULKY” ITEM PICK-UP FOR BOERNE RESIDENTS BEGINS APRIL 29

The City of Boerne’s semi-annual Large Item Pick-up is coming!  If you are a residential customer and are billed for garbage service by the City of B...

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Posted on: March 25, 2019

City seeks volunteers for boards and commissions - DEADLINE IS MAY 6

Are you interested in becoming active in municipal government?  

Throughout the year the City of Boerne accepts applications from interested residents who would like to serve on the various boards, commissions or special committees that are appoin...

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Posted on: March 18, 2019

City to adopt a Stormwater Utility in 2020

The City of Boerne provides for the installation, operation, and maintenance of drainage infrastructure at various locations in the City. A Stormwater Utility is a user-fee-based funding program to maintain and expand the City’s drainage management activi...

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Posted on: March 13, 2019

City opposes revenue cap legislation

The City of Boerne is opposed to proposed SB 2/ HB 2 Property Tax Reform Legislation. The City of Boerne is adamantly opposed to the proposed 2.5 % rollback tax rate cap. The Property Tax Reform Bill will significantly impact the fastest growing cities ab...

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Posted on: September 24, 2018

Year-round water conservation rules in effect

  Effective immediately, customers should follow the year-round water conservation rules, keeping in mind that lawns and landscaping typically need less than one inch of water per week during the winter. Drought tolerant landscapes with native pl...

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Posted on: March 28, 2019

UPDATE: Water Control and Improvement District No. 3

WCID No. 3 Update 

    

At the March 26, 2019 Boerne City Council meeting, the Council received an update on WCID No. 3.

The legal issues surrounding the WCID No. 3 are complex and the City is following the process set out...

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Posted on: March 15, 2019

Panhandling & homelessness in Boerne

Can a city prevent homeless people from panhandling in all public places?

No. A city cannot prevent individuals from panhandling in public places. A total ban on panhandling in public places has been ruled to be an unconstitutional violation of First Amend...

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Posted on: March 26, 2019

City election - May 4, 2019 MARCH 27 UPDATE

Update - The slate of candidates for the City’s May 4th general and special elections are now set. 

General Election:  Tim Handren, Mayor; Nina Woolard, District 2 and Brian Fowler, District 4 (all candidates are unoppo...

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