PDF - City of Terrell Hills
5100 N. New Braunfels Ave.
The annual Fourth of July Parade and Picnic was
a wonderful event yet again. We had a number
of residents decorate their vehicles/scooters,
bring their pets, and dress up for the occasion.
The horse rescue group from Schertz that participated was a nice addition.
Also, we would like to thank our generous sponsors and volunteers that took the time to help
with our festivities. The Parade would not be
possible without them. Our sponsors this year
included St. David’s Episcopal Church, Papa
John’s Pizza, Kiolbassa Provision Co., Mission Restaurant Supply, Thad Ziegler Glass, The Junior League of San Antonio, HEB, Silver Eagle Distributors, Porter Loring Mortuaries, Jefferson
Bank, Sunset Ridge Home & Hardware, Paloma Blanca, CASA, and Wag More Dog Store. The
City of Terrell Hills greatly appreciates their time and generosity.
If you or your company would like to be involved in the 2017 festivities, please contact Greg
Whitlock at (210) 824-7401 or by email at [email protected]
Please remember that school will be back in session in the next couple of weeks. Be aware of
school zones, school buses, and children while travelling on the roadways. I hope that you all
had a safe and happy summer.
Chief Greg Whitlock
CITY CONTACT INFORMATION
City Administrative Offices: (210) 824-7401
24-Hour Non-Emergency Dispatch: (210) 824-1009
For Emergencies, Dial 911
Public Meeting for the Bexar County Hazard Mitigation Plan
Bexar County is hosting a public meeting in conjunction with development of a FEMA- mandated Hazard Mitigation Action Plan for the Bexar County planning area. This public meeting is designed to give community members an opportunity to provide comments on hazards
and hazard mitigation. Members from all communities in Bexar
County are invited to attend. The meeting will take place at 7:00 pm on August 31 st, 2016 at the San Antonio /
Bexar County Emergency Operations Center located at 8130 Inner Circle Drive, San Antonio
78235. The overall goal of the Plan is to minimize or eliminate the long-term risk to human
life and property from natural hazards by identifying and implementing cost-effective mitigation actions in the planning area. If you have any questions you can contact Assistant Fire
Chief Justin Seibert at 210-824-7401 or email [email protected]
12pm – 5pm