- Living & Visiting
Living & Visiting
Animal Welfare & Rescue
Learn more about the City's services and protections for animals and pets in New Braunfels.
See which projects were approved in previous bond elections and which projects may be under consideration for future bond initiatives.
Learn more about City-led building projects, including "horizontal" projects such as street and drainage projects and "vertical" projects such as fire stations, parks facilities, etc.
Civic & Convention Center
Learn more about this 50,000 square foot modern event space which includes an Exhibit Hall, Ballroom, and five Garden Rooms all designed for Trade Shows, Conventions, Performances, Banquets, and more.
Monitors public and private property, including commercial and residential property, to ensure that there are no health or safety hazards that might endanger the public.
Learn more about Downtown New Braunfels, a thriving entertainment and retail district with unique shops, restaurants, bars, art galleries, museums, and unique historic buildings.
Fire & EMS
One of the oldest Fire Departments in the State of Texas, the New Braunfels Fire Department is responsible for providing Fire and EMS services for the City.
Garbage & Recycling
Information about City-provided solid waste and recycling collection services and events.
Learn how you can get involved in the New Braunfels community, from volunteering to serving on boards & commissions.
Golf Carts & NEV's
Learn about the rules and safety regulations required for operating a golf cart or similar vehicle around your neighborhood.
Provides the community with equal access to physical and virtual environments that support and encourage lifelong learning and enrichment.
A collection of maps, infographics, and data, often in an interactive form, designed to help users find what they are looking for and where it is located.
Parks & Recreation
Information on the vast array of parks, trails, programs, and events offered by the City of New Braunfels Parks & Recreation Department.
File an online police report, learn about crime prevention, register for National Night Out, and more from the New Braunfels Police Department.
Plan ahead and know what to expect when you hit the water in New Braunfels, whether that's on the Comal River or the Guadalupe River inside the city limits.
Go here to read about the special events happening throughout the City of New Braunfels such as Wassailfest, Bulky Goods Drop Off, Parks and Recreation events and more!
Streets & Drainage
Learn more about the planning, implementation, development, and management of the City’s streets and drainage infrastructure.
Get information about ongoing road construction, lane closures, new stops signs, and other traffic-related concerns.
Learn more about how the City of New Braunfels plans, operates, and maintains the City's transportation network.
An overview of the various utilities and utility companies in New Braunfels, including electric, water, wastewater/sewer, natural gas, telephone and internet.
A Little Bit About New Braunfels
Since 1845, the City of New Braunfels has provided a unique and diverse quality of life for its residents, visitors, and business community. Known for its German and Hispanic heritages, New Braunfels covers roughly 45 square miles, has a growing population nearing 100,000, and has been named one of the fastest-growing cities in the nation while also being named one of the best 50 places to live in the United States.
Nestled at the edge of the Texas Hill Country, New Braunfels is conveniently located between the San Antonio and Austin metro areas along the I-35 corridor. Two idyllic rivers, the Comal and the Guadalupe, run through the heart of New Braunfels, which is also just a short drive from the boating and fishing offered at Canyon Lake. The city features 41 local parks including the 62-acre Fischer Park overlooking the city and the 51-acre Landa Park located within walking distance of New Braunfels’ historic downtown area
New Braunfels is also home to the world-famous Schlitterbahn Waterpark, Texas’ oldest dancehall Gruene Hall, Texas’ oldest bakery Naeglin’s Bakery, the 10-day salute to sausage known as Wurstfest, as well as the nearby Natural Bridge Caverns & Wildlife Ranch, and the Texas Ski Ranch.
Two highly-rated local school districts, the Comal ISD and the New Braunfels ISD, along with several private and charter schools provide education services and the city offers a diverse range of business and employment opportunities.