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.

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  1. Sales Tax Received for May

    The City of New Braunfels has announced an overall increase of approximately $80,000, or 2.9%, in sales taxes received in July (for the month of May) compared to the same month last year. Read on...
  2. District 3 Citizen Forum

    Councilmember Harry Bowers, the District 3 representative on New Braunfels City Council, will host his quarterly citizen forum on Wednesday, July 15th, at 6pm. Read on...
  3. Westside Community Center to Close Temporarily After Employee Tests Positive for COVID-19

    An employee at the Westside Community Center has tested positive for COVID-19, prompting the temporary closure of that facility. Read on...
  4. Fire Station #3 Temporarily Relocating to NBU’s Headwaters at the Comal

    With the construction of a new Fire Station on Hanz Dr., about to begin, the personnel that are housed at that location are temporarily relocating to NBU’s Headwaters at the Comal facility. Read on...
  5. San Antonio St. Bridge to Reopen July 15th

    The Texas Department of Transportation has informed the City of New Braunfels that the $4.5 million dollar San Antonio St. Bridge project is significantly complete and will reopen to traffic on July 15th, weather permitting. Read on...
  6. City Closures & Operation Modifications in Observance of July 4th Holiday

    Most City of New Braunfels facilities will be closed on Friday, July 3rd in observation of our nation’s Independence Day. Read on...
  7. City Issues Update In Response To Governor's Executive Order

    On June 26, 2020, Governor Abbott issued a new executive order which prompted the closure of river parks and postponement of the Fourth of July Fireworks. Read on...
  8. New Braunfels Resumes City Council Meetings via Video Conference

    The City of New Braunfels will resume using Zoom video conferencing to conduct its schedule of New BraunfelsCity Council meetings. Those meetings will continue to be held regularly on the second and fourth Mondays of each month, Read on...