Category Archives: City News
A number of street and road closures will take place during the Schertz Fourth of July Jubilee parade that runs from 9:00 a.m. to noon Saturday. The closures are: Schertz Pkwy from Live Oak Rd to FM … Continue reading
Schertz, Texas (June 26) – The Schertz Fire Rescue Department reminds residents that fireworks are prohibited in the city limits of Schertz, within 5,000 feet of those city limits, and the City’s extra-territorial jurisdiction (ETJ). City Code of Ordinances … Continue reading
The June 30, 2015 City Council Meeting agenda is available by clicking HERE.
The City does respond to residents calls about mosquitoes in public areas. These are some of the steps the City takes to address those areas: depending on the location the City will first address the mowing of … Continue reading
Schertz, Texas (June 17)- On Tuesday, June 16th, 2015 the Schertz City Council met to discuss, among several items, a proposed new city ordinance that would prohibit the use of hand-held mobile communication devices and portable electronic devices while … Continue reading
The second Construction Industry Meeting will be on Friday, June 19, 2015; 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm at the Schertz Civic Center – Bluebonnet Room. View more information on the Building Inspections web page.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE POC: Lt. John Correu Schertz Police Department 210-619-1271 Schertz, Texas- The Schertz Fire Department responded to the report of a fire at 11887 IH 10 E in Schertz at 1:19 p.m. A total of 10 … Continue reading
JBSA-Randolph airfield will remain open until 10 pm tonight, June 12, in order to accommodate the arrivals and very limited accomplishment of practice approaches and landings. Those operations will also take place on these Friday nights – June 26, July … Continue reading
View pool schedule and information on visitschertz.com View more parks and recreation information
TxDOT recently installed flashing yellow arrows at traffic signals along FM 3009 in Schertz for better traffic control, said spokesperson Josh Donat. Schertz is one of the first suburban cities in this region to get the flashing yellow … Continue reading