Category Archives: City News
The March 28 City Council Meeting agenda only is available by clicking HERE and the March 28 City Council agenda with backup is available HERE.
The City of Schertz will be holding its Annual Spring Clean up from March 25-April 9. Please note the hazardous material drop-off will be held on the weekends of April 1 & 2 and April 8 & 9 only. For … Continue reading
There will be a Council On The Go meeting on Tuesday, April 18, 2017, at the Cibolo Valley Elementary School in the cafeteria. The meeting will start at 6:30 PM with a staff meet and greet and will be followed by presentations and … Continue reading
The City Council Pre-Budget Retreat Workshop Meeting special agenda is available by clicking HERE.
Please click here here to access the 2015 Joint Base San Antonio (JBSA) Joint Land Use Study documents.
In an effort to improve communication during emergency situations, Schertz Fire Rescue and EMS crews have been delivering flyers throughout various neighborhoods regarding Regional Emergency Alert Network (REAN) notifications and basic disaster supplies. Once registered, you will receive fast, pertinent … Continue reading
The City of Schertz will be installing HAWK Pedestrian Crossing Systems on Elbel Rd. at Westchester and between the Post Office and SCUCISD District Office on Elbel Rd. The crossing installation is expected to be complete by March 17th. To … Continue reading
The March 14, 2017 Schertz City Council meeting has been cancelled. The next scheduled meeting is March 28, 2017 at6:00 p.m. Click here for the official cancelation.
The City of Schertz is looking for outstanding volunteers. If you or someone you know has been wanting to give back to their community then now is the chance. Schertz will be holding a Community Volunteer Fair on April 13th … Continue reading
Applications for the Hal Baldwin Scholarship are available now! 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, … Continue reading