February 23, 2017: IN THE COMMUNITY

February 23, 2017: IN THE COMMUNITY

ON THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, MEMBERS OF THE DOWNTOWN ROTARY CLUB HEARD A PRESENTATION ON COMMUNITY GROWTH AND ENVISION NEW BRAUNFELS.

Over a lunch meeting, Downtown Rotary members were provided information on population and development growth in and surrounding New Braunfels, and received an overview of the Envision New Braunfels plan process.  Attendees learned of the innovative opportunities to provide input into the plan, the qualities of the process that make it community-driven, and inquired and provided input on a variety of growth related topics including annexation, ETJ and the thoroughfare plan. 

Attendees were also invited to attend the next Community-Wide workshop on March 6, 2017 to help their fellow residents craft the community’s long-range goals.

February 7, 2017: In the Community

February 7, 2017: In the Community

ON THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2, STUDENTS OF CITY UNIVERSITY LEARNED ABOUT ENVISION NEW BRAUNFELS FROM THE PLANNING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT.

City University is a program that provides the citizens of New Braunfels the opportunity to receive an in depth education about the services and operations provided by the City. The participants graduate with a greater understanding of municipal operations through an interactive learning experience. On Thursday evening, February 2, the Planning and Community Development Department provided an overview of their department, services provided and current projects.  Students learned about Envision New Braunfels and even had the opportunity to provide input directly into the planning effort.  Their input can be seen below.

February 2, 2017: In the Community

February 2, 2017: In the Community

ON THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2, AT A REGULAR MEETING OF THE KIWANIS CLUB, PLANNING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR CHRISTOPHER LOONEY PROVIDED ATTENDEES INFORMATION ON COMMUNITY GROWTH AND THE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN.

Over a lunch meeting, Kiwanis members heard an update on population growth and development in New Braunfels, and received a personal overview of the Envision New Braunfels effort.  Attendees learned of the innovative opportunities to provide input into the plan, and inquired and provided input about a variety of growth related topics including regional growth centers that can accommodate live, work and play in a concentrated area.  Attendees were also invited to attend the next Community-Wide workshop on March 6, 2017 to help their fellow residents craft the community’s long-range goals.