Month: July 2015

As of today, Tuesday, New Braunfels Utilities has placed its customers in Stage 1 Drought Restrictions. Residents will be restricted to watering once a week on their assigned day with a sprinkler or irrigation system as long as it is before 10 a.m. or after 8 p.m. On the eve of the restrictions, New Braunfels Mayor […]

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New Braunfels Parks and Rec Seeking Input on Downtown Park Tonight

July 21st, 2015 | Posted by Downtown New Braunfels | DTA, News

The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department is seeking input regarding the Market Plaza Master Plan. A public meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, July 21st at 6:00 p.m. in Council Chambers at City Hall.  The meeting will be held in conjunction with the regular monthly meeting of the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board.  “Input was […]

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New Investor Assures Blue Bell Return

July 15th, 2015 | Posted by Downtown New Braunfels | DTA, News

(via San Antonio Current) If you find yourself reaching for a tub of Blue Bell’s Homemade in the Shade in the near future, you can thank Big Oil for the bailout. The Brenham-based ice cream company, still reeling from an April recall after a Listeria outbreak, announced today that Fort Worth investor and oil and […]

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With Drought’s End, Downtown New Braunfels Fountains Flow Again

July 14th, 2015 | Posted by Downtown New Braunfels | DTA, News

The recent rains across Texas have pulled our area out of drought conditions, and with that, two beautiful monuments in Downtown New Braunfels, once dried up, have now been revived to their full potential. For the last three years, the flow of water to both the County fountain located in front of the courthouse, and […]

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Haley Cole, Blue Healer, DJ b.read, The Numinous, Charley Marley all set to take the stage in the parking lot of 2tarts this Sunday to celebrate 5 years of their downtown location.

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The remainder of the 2015 Summer season will see great flows on the Guadalupe River in New Braunfels and provide near-perfect conditions for tubing the popular river. Normally, the lake is deemed “normal” when its level is at 909 feet. This is regulated by the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers, and executed by the Guadalupe-Blanco […]

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Guadalupe River Reopens In New Braunfels In Time for Holiday Weekend

July 2nd, 2015 | Posted by Downtown New Braunfels | DTA, News

The Guadalupe River in New Braunfels has officially been reopen to recreation as the Army Corp of Engineers reduced the flow out of the Canyon Lake Dam from 3,500 cubic feet per second to a more comfortable floating level during the July 4th weekend. The flow out of the dam is currently at 344 cfs, […]

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