The city of New Braunfels is hosting an annual, informational presentation and public input meeting on potential street maintenance projects from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 18 in the Tejas Room at city hall, 550 Landa Street.

The presentation will feature information on the process used to identify areas for future street improvements, current maintenance projects, and those contained in the city’s 2013 and 2019 bond programs. Citizens will then be asked to provide input on specific roadways they feel should be included in the city’s 2019-20 Street Maintenance Plan. The data collected, along with information included in an upcoming on-line survey, will be analyzed and a proposed plan will be presented to city council for its consideration.

“City staff will be on-hand to facilitate the data collection process and to answer questions concerning the various types of road maintenance employed in the overall program,” said Greg Malatek, public works director. “We encourage residents to take advantage of this opportunity to find out more about how priorities for street maintenance are developed and to share their opinions on which roadways should be considered for next year’s program.”

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