Below are some useful links to various organizations supporting Bulverde and neighboring communities.
http://bulverdetx.gov/ – Official City Website – Try to attend Planning and Zoning City Council Meetings. It’s important! They like to see you and hear from you.
Scott Haag is our Bulverde County Commissioner.
http://www.co.comal.tx.us/PIO/Newsletters/Newsletter%202017.10%20FINAL.pdf – Comal County Corner
www.comalconservation.org – Comal County Conservation Alliance – A Texas Non-Profit Organization advocating for Land, Water, and Wildlife Conservation in Comal County
www.lwvcomal.org – Mission Statement – We envision a democracy in which every person has the desire, the right, the knowledge and the confidence to participate. The League is proud to be nonpartisan, neither supporting nor opposing candidates or political parties at any level of government, but always working on vital issues of concern to members and the public.
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http://www.scenictexas.org/scenic-comal-county – Mission Statement – Through its programs and collaborative partnerships, Scenic Texas translates its mission statement to preserve and enhance our state’s visual environment into action. Bulverde earned certification as a Scenic City in 2017!
http://www.hillcountryalliance.org/ – HCA is a passionate community caring for the unique features, spring-fed streams, heritage ranch lands, spectacular beauty and culture of the Texas Hill Country for the benefit of future generations. Issues: Water, Land, Night Sky, Rainwater, Development, More Issues.
https://www.comaltrinitygcd.com/ – The Comal Trinity Groundwater Conservation District (CTGCD) was created to help Comal County residents conserve, preserve, recharge, protect, and prevent waste of groundwater from the Trinity Aquifer which underlies all of Comal County.
The groups below want you to reach out, e-mail, attend meetings and Get Involved! You’ll meet neighbors, fellow Comal County and Hill Country people, and they all are interesting, dedicated people of all ages and different backgrounds. My life is enriched due to these groups and people – yours will be too. They provide a constructive outlet to fight development in my neighborhood, Comal County, the Hill Country and all of Texas! Without direct community action by people like you our communities are threatened by outside developers and organizations whose primary goal is profit. The only path to keep our drinking water clean, our communities clean, and preserve the Hill Country living we all moved here to enjoy, is to get involved – everyone can contribute.
www.aquiferalliance.org – Greater Edwards Aquifer Alliance – We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that promotes effective broad-based advocacy for protection and preservation of the Edwards Aquifer, its springs, watersheds, and the Texas Hill Country that sustains it.
GEAA supports Bulverde Neighborhoods for Clean Water in our fight against Treated Sewage Discharge at Ammann Ranch and Honey Creek Ranch.
https://kylebiedermann.com/ – Kyle Biedermann is our Texas State Representative.
District 71 – Comal, Kendall and Gillespie Counties
https://www.donnacampbell.com – Donna Campbell is our Texas Senator.
Comal County Friends of the Night Sky, Check out our Facebook page.