Monthly Archives: October 2011
People living and working along the Austin/San Antonio IH-35 corridor are invited to attend the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality’s first Central Texas Environmental Summit on Thursday, November 3 at the Schertz Civic Center. The meeting will be … Continue reading
As part of Red Ribbon Week, the Schertz Police Department held its semi-annual National Take Back Initiative. Organized in cooperation with the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency, the goal of the initiative, according to Schertz CID Lt. Mike Carey, is … Continue reading
On Sunday, October 30, FM 3009 at FM 78 will be closed at the rail road crossing due to the Union Pacific Railroad repairing the crossing. It will reopened at 6:00 PM Sunday.
When: October 29, 2011 Times: 10:00AM – 2:00PM Location: Schertz Municipal Complex 1400 Schertz Parkway, Schertz, TX The Schertz Police Department once again will be participating in the National Take Back Initiative which is sponsored by the Drug Enforcement … Continue reading
For more information about the free Blue Angles Air Show at RAFB click HERE.
The Schertz Youth Commission met Wednesday, October 26, to discuss ongoing opportunities for the young people of Schertz to get involved with civic activities and help chart a direction for the future of Schertz and the Metrocom. The … Continue reading
Drivers on Elbel Road should be extra alert this week because a GVEC subcontractor is changing out electric lines from the Elbel power station to the power station off Wiederstein Road in the Live Oak Hills subdivision. The subcontractor will … Continue reading
GVEC Subcontractor is changing out the electric lines from Elbel power station to the power station off Wiederstein rd in the Live Oak Hills subdivision. They will be crossing Elbel either Wednesday or Thursday this week. They will have flag … Continue reading
UPDATED – On 10-24-2011 at approximately 11:00 p.m., the Schertz Police Department responded to a motor vehicle accident involving a train at the intersection of F.M. 78 and First Street in Schertz. The driver of the car, Sherwood Kurzman, … Continue reading