Planning & Development Services

  1. We appreciate your patience!

    Be advised that due to the COVID-19 virus some staff of the Planning & Development Services Department are working from home processing your permit and plat submittals. Read On...

Welcome to the City of New Braunfels’ development services website. Development is the multi-step process of preparing land for construction, through the final step of building homes, parks or businesses. It involves multiple city departments, various outside entities such as utility companies, and sometimes state agencies such as the Texas Department of Transportation. From this page, our customers can learn more about the different components of the development process, complete and submit applications for various steps in the process, and check the status of their projects.

September 2020

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  1. Volunteers Needed for 4th Annual Dos Rios Watershed Cleanup Challenge

    Teams of volunteers are needed for the 4th Annual Dos Rios Watershed Cleanup Challenge, happening the entire month of October. Read on...
  2. City Approves Temporary Addition of Outdoor Dining Space

    At their meeting this past Monday, New Braunfels City Council adopted a temporary ordinance to assist local restaurants. Read on...
  3. Downtown Parking Availability

  4. Neighborhood Crime Watch the Focus of National Night Out 2020

    When National Night Out began in 1984 the focus of the event was mostly symbolic.By turning on front porch lights and waving to neighbors, the goal of National Night Out was to get residents out of their homes in order to show a united front against crime Read on...
  5. City of New Braunfels Closures for Observance of Comal County Fair

    As part of the City of New Braunfels’ previously approved 2020 Holiday Schedule, many city facilities will be closed on Friday, September 25, 2020. Read on...
  6. Sales Tax Received for July

    The City of New Braunfels has announced an overall decrease of approximately $205,000 or 6.2% in sales taxes received Read on...
  7. City Resumes In-Person City Council Meetings; Zoom Toll Free Call-in Options No Longer Available

    The City of New Braunfels will resume in-person New Braunfels City Council meetings, Read on...
  8. New Braunfels River Parks Reopen

    Effective at 8am on Wednesday (09-09-20), City of New Braunfels river parks will reopen, with limitations and restrictions Read on...