Category Archives: City News
View the September 2, 2014 upcoming City Council meeting agenda by clicking HERE.
City of Schertz offices will be closed Monday, September 1, for the Labor Day holiday. Emergency services can be reached by dialing 911.
Three Cities – Cibolo, Schertz, Selma – and their mayors and fire departments decided to super size the now famous Ice Bucket Challenge Thursday night, August 21, in front of Blue Bonnet Palace and raise funds for ALS research. … Continue reading
Title: Tree Preservation Plan associated with Case No. PC2014-019 Kensington Ranch Estates Subdivision Unit 1 Replat
The Tree Preservation Plan shows the locations of protected (8+” DBH) and heritage (24+” DBH) size trees and identifies if the trees will be preserved or removed. Case No. PC2014-019 Kensington Ranch Estates Subdivision Unit 1 Replat was approved at … Continue reading
The City of Schertz will hold its second Community Budget Discussions on the proposed FY 2014-15 City Budget on Thursday, August 14, at Schertz United Methodist Church, 3560 Roy Richard Drive (FM 3009). Residents are encouraged to attend … Continue reading
Photo above: Signing the JBSA Charter agreement are (from left) Brig. Gen. Robert LaBrutta, 502nd Air Base Wing and Joint Base San Antonio commander, Keith Graf, Texas Military Preparedness Commission; and Schertz Mayor Michael Carpenter. Officials from other local governments … Continue reading
The City of Schertz will be hold its general election on November 4, 2014 for the purpose of electing Council members in Place 1, Place 2 and Mayor. Filing started Monday, July 21, and runs through Monday, August … Continue reading
The San Antonio Water System has partnered with the Schertz-Seguin Local Government Corp. (SSLGC) to transport water to Northeast San Antonio. Officials from SAWS, Schertz and Seguin turned the valve to symbolize the flowing of SAWS water through … Continue reading
At a recent Schertz City Council meeting, officials with the Cancer Therapy & Research Center (CTRC) at the University of Texas Health Science Center, received an $18,702 check with money raised at 6th annual Wilenchik Walk for Life on … Continue reading