Schertz is a premier Texas community, located just northeast of San Antonio, nationally recognized for its family atmosphere, foresight and innovation, and commitment to economic prosperity and workforce opportunities.
The Schertz Animal Services Division of the Police Department enforces the City’s Animal Ordinance and Texas Laws relating to animals, provides an animal adoption program, picks up and shelters stray, sick and/or injured animals, and investigates animal cruelty and neglect.
Civic and Community Center Rentals
Welcome to the Schertz Civic and Community Centers, your resource for outstanding rental facilities for any type of event. Whether you are hosting a wedding reception, business expo or meeting, the Schertz Civic Center is the optimal location for your special event.
The Public Affairs Department is responsible for communicating city information and services to the residents of Schertz.
Hal Baldwin Scholarship
The City of Schertz has established the Hal Baldwin Scholarship to encourage high school seniors who are residents of Schertz to consider public service as a career path in education, local, state and/or federal government.
Visit the Schertz Public Library's official website to learn about what kind of programs they offer and browse their catalog.
Parks & Recreation
The City of Schertz is proud of its parks and recreational facilities. City Parks also provide picnic facilities and playgrounds and pavilion rentals.
The City of Schertz has a variety of resources and information available to our residents. We invite you to reach out and explore.
The City of Schertz values each volunteer as an essential resource for the enhancement of our events and programs. Volunteer Schertz provides an opportunity to lead, improve, innovate, and become more proactive in our great city. We welcome diversity in our volunteer team, and sincerely appreciate your willingness to work along with us, helping us provide visitors with a safe and enjoyable experience.
The City of Schertz has a history of hosting community events that make everyone feel welcome. From the variety of events held in the Music & Movies in the Park series to the annual 4th of July Jubilee, residents and visitors have many opportunities throughout the year to enjoy a family-friendly atmosphere with some great entertainment.
Schertz Young Leaders
The Schertz Young Leaders program, a seven-month curriculum, provides high school students an opportunity to learn how city government operates: budgets, departments, special events, economic development; how non-profit groups benefit the area, and how community partnerships benefit residents. Schertz residents who attend area high schools, public-private-home schooled, may apply for the program.