Category Archives: City News
The October 13 City Council Meeting agenda is available by clicking HERE
Members of City Council, Senior Management and Emergency Services personnel visited with more than 25 neighborhoods Tuesday, October 6 as part of National Night Out. View a slideshow of the event: 2015 NNO Photos
City of Schertz offices will be closed Monday, October 12, for Columbus Day. Emergency services can be reached by dialing 911.
Please take 5 minutes to complete a survey about the Schertz Public Library! The survey will be open for two weeks from October 5th-19th. The more feedback we get, the better equipped we will be to improve our existing … Continue reading
It is a classic showdown and one of the most anticipated football games in the Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City School District every fall. The Intra-District rivalry between the Clemens Buffaloes and the Steele Knights will unfold Friday Night, October … Continue reading
The October 6, 2015 Schertz City Council meeting has been cancelled. Council members will be taking part in various National Night Out events that evening. The next regularly scheduled meeting is October 13, 2015
The September 22 City Council Meeting has been cancelled. City Council members will be attending the Texas Municipal League Conference in San Antonio September 22-25. The next regularly scheduled meeting will be September 29.
Schertz, Texas (September 15)- On September 15, 2015 at approximately 3:00 pm, a major accident occurred on Interstate 35 northbound before Schwab Rd. A single white work truck was parked on the inside shoulder as the driver was … Continue reading
An amendment to the Schertz Unified Development Code Sec. 21.9.5 Exterior Construction & Design Standards was approved on August 11, 2015 by Ordinance 15-S-24. This Ordinance shall be effective on October 1, 2015. View Ordinance 15-S-24 here.
The Schertz City Council on Tuesday, September 1, passed the City’s new Fiscal Year 2015-16 Budget and approved a lower Property Tax Rate. The new $70 million budget, which goes into effect October 1, is slightly larger than the FY … Continue reading