Planning & Development Services

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. Additional City Facilities to Reopen June 1st

    A number of city facilities will reopen to the public with limitations and restrictions on June 1. Read on...
  2. State-Mandated COVID-19 Testing at New Braunfels Nursing Homes Begins Next Week

    State-mandated COVID-19 testing of all residents and staff at nursing homes across the State of Texas has begun, including here in New Braunfels. Read on...
  3. New Braunfels City Council Approves Pilot Program for Reverse Angle Parking in Landa Park

    New Braunfels City Council has approved a pilot program for Reverse Angle Parking in Landa Park in an effort to improve the safety of motorists, bicyclists, and pedestrians. Read on...
  4. Roadway and Utility Work to Close Portions of West San Antonio Street

    A joint project between the City of New Braunfels and New Braunfels Utilities to replace water and sewer lines along a portion of West San Antonio Street, as well as rehabilitation of the roadway, begins next week. Read on...
  5. Comal River Recreation Resumes Following San Antonio Street Bridge Reconstruction Milestone

    TxDOT announced that the reconstruction of the San Antonio Street Bridge has reached a project milestone in their construction timeline, which will once again allow for river access underneath the bridge. Read on...
  6. Governor’s Amended Order Paves Way to Reopen River Parks with Restrictions

  7. City Sees 1.9% Gain in Sales Taxes for March

  8. City of New Braunfels Receives HUD Funding for COVID-19 Response

    The City of New Braunfels has received a special allocation of $243,102 to the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program to be used to prevent, prepare for, and respond to COVID-19... Read on...