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Posted on: April 26, 2016

Temporary Partial Closure of Dog Park for Construction

New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department will begin construction of a sidewalk within the New Braunfels Puppy Playland Park, located at 1240 Landa Street on the corner of Landa Street and Loop 337 Access Road, on Wednesday, April 27th.

The large dog area of the New Braunfels Dog Park will be closed throughout this process and will be re-opened to the public on the morning of Saturday, April 30th, weather and other factors permitting.

For additional details about the Dog Park, contac...Read on...

Posted on: March 22, 2016

Extended Hours for Resident River Passes

City of New Braunfels officials are encouraging residents to acquire their free Resident River Pass before the 2016 tubing season begins. New Braunfels residents who reside inside the corporate city limits can receive the Resident River Pass at no charge

to avoid paying the new River Management Fee. The new fee will be implemented on Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays between Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day.
Residents may obtain their Resident River Pass at the Parks and Recreation Administrative...Read on...

Posted on: April 15, 2016

City Seeks Members for San Antonio Street Bridge Steering Committee

The City is seeking residents to serve on the San Antonio Street Bridge Steering Committee. The City owns and maintains the San Antonio Street Bridge and the Texas Department of Transportation has determined that the bridge is eligible for rehabilitation.

The two lane bridge was built in 1923.

Recently, City Council directed City staff to proceed with rehabilitation and widening of the bridge, and to form a nine-member steering committee to include representatives from seven entities. The entities are:...Read on...

Posted on: April 22, 2016

TCEQ Issues Permit for Construction Vehicle Rd. in Veramendi

A difficult safety problem facing a New Braunfels neighborhood was solved today with the help of Texas State Representative Doug Miller, New Braunfels ISD and City leadership. The problem arose after the New Braunfels Independent School District purchased

land in the Veramendi Planned Community to build a new elementary school and the construction contract was set to begin on May 2nd. But residents of the nearby Oak Run subdivision were worried about the over-use of Oak Run Parkway by construction vehicles...Read on...

Posted on: April 4, 2016

Landa Park Book Sale Honors 80th Anniversary of Landa Park

The City of New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department invites individuals to explore the new historical text introduced and sponsored by the Friends for the Preservation of Historic Landa Park (Friends).

The purchase of this 438 page text, Historic Landa Park, Its Springs and Its People, include two companion volumes, Native American Artifacts, Comal Springs in Landa Park (14 pages) and The Comal Springs of Historic Landa Park (44 pages).

Co-authors R...Read on...

Posted on: March 4, 2016

Mosquito Population Control Efforts Urged

With the warm weather already here, the City is urging citizens to begin efforts to help control mosquitoes in our area. The Texas Department of State Health Services has request that local government leaders take initiatives to help prevent or delay Zika

virus from being transmitted by local mosquito populations in Texas. They are encouraging everyone to take measures and sustain these efforts throughout the regular mosquito season as an effective way to help protect against all mosquito-borne diseases, ...Read on...