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  1. Curative to Provide Drive-Thru COVID-19 Testing in New Braunfels

    The City of New Braunfels, in coordination with Comal County, has signed a License Agreement with Curative to provide a COVID-19 testing site at New Braunfels City Hall, located at 550 Landa Street. Read on...
  2. City of New Braunfels Announces Plans for Wein and Saenger Lite

    The City of New Braunfels is excited to announce that the popular annual fundraising event known as Wein and Saengerfest will return to the streets of downtown New Braunfels this year, albeit with some changes and modifications due to COVID-19. Read on...
  3. City Councilmember Matthew Hoyt to Hold District 4 Citizen Forum

    Councilmember Matthew Hoyt, the District 4 representative on New Braunfels City Council, will host a citizen forum on Tuesday, April 6th, from 5:30 to 7:30pm at Oak Creek Elementary School, located at 3060 Goodwin Lane. Read on...
  4. New Braunfels Public Library Adjusts Loan Periods on Library Materials

    The New Braunfels Public Library is extending the loan periods on some types of library materials effective Monday, April 5th. Read on...
  5. City of New Braunfels Founders Day Holiday Closures

    Many City of New Braunfels facilities will be closed on Friday, April 2nd, 2021, in observance of Founders Day, Read on...
  6. Sales Tax Received for January

    The City of New Braunfels has announced an overall increase of approximately $217,000 or 8.1% in sales taxes received in March (for the month of January) Read on...
  7. City Breaks Ground on New Braunfels Public Library Westside Branch

    A groundbreaking ceremony for the New Braunfels Public Library Westside Branch project was held this week, marking the beginning of construction on the $5.5 million project that was overwhelmingly approved by voters in the 2019 Bond Election. Read on...
  8. City Facilities Will Continue to Require Face Coverings; Occupancy Increased

    Texas Governor Greg Abbott’s Executive Order GA-34 rescinding statewide face covering and occupancy requirements will go into effect March 10th, 2021. Read on...
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