Steele Auto Group’s plans to construct a state-of-the-art car dealership on the southbound I-35 access road near Oak Creek Way is one step closer to reality after New Braunfels City Council members on Monday gave an initial OK to a rezoning and special use permit request.
A pair from New Braunfels are stepping onto the vodka-making scene and attempting to shake up the industry one toddy break at a time, but they are more than just business partners — they are identical twin sisters with an affinity for fine drinking.
It’s been a long week for the Comal Appraisal District, which Friday afternoon released 2022 certified market and taxable values ahead of Monday’s release deadline.
With New Braunfels’ explosive growth, this may not come as a surprise, but a recent survey of residents indicated that mobility remains a challenge in the city, compared to previous studies conducted in 2019 and 2017.
New Braunfels Planning Commission members on Tuesday gave the green light on a recommendation of a request that would allow for the construction of a car dealership on the southbound I-35 access road near Oak Creek Way on the city’s east side.
The Brauntex Performing Arts Theatre is bringing a new experience to its guests thanks to a $1.2 million grant from the New Braunfels Economic Development Corporation.
Bainbridge Companies, an owner, developer and manager of luxury multifamily apartment communities, has closed on a property in New Braunfels’ Creekside area, where plans call for developing a residential complex featuring 291 garden-style apartment homes.
The city of New Braunfels saw a decline in sales tax revenue received this month from the state Comptroller’s Office compared to last year’s numbers.
When Kaitlin Silvio opened the food truck “Road Dogs” in 2017 she saw an opportunity to create a business in a relatively untapped market in one of the fastest growing areas in Texas. By the time COVID-19 hit, the demand for food trucks skyrocketed and business boomed for the owner.
New Braunfels City Council members on Monday are expected to take up items regarding a proposed land sale of Union Pacific Railroad's downtown property and the company's office relocation to Corbyn Yard.
What was once seen as a way to let neighborhoods have walkable access to H-E-B and other businesses on South Walnut Avenue has now become a safety concern for some of those same neighborhoods.
Continental Automotive continues construction on a new, state-of-the-art $110 million manufacturing facility in New Braunfels, with an anticipated opening planned for fall, officials with the Hanover, Germany-based technology company said.
New Braunfels and Comal County saw declines in sales tax revenue received this month from the state Comptroller’s Office compared to last year’s numbers.
A New Braunfels public-private partnership announced a new six-point strategic plan to spur economic development during the quarterly investors meeting of the Greater New Braunfels Economic Development Foundation this week.
Members of the New Braunfels Economic Development Corporation Board on April 21 approved an expenditure recommendation of up to $550,000 to pickle-in-a-pouch provider Texas Tito’s for an expansion project.
The New Braunfels Economic Development Corporation, the Seguin Economic Development Corporation and the Schertz Economic Development Corporation are teaming up to host a regional job fair on Wednesday.
New Braunfels’ growing pains were on full display Monday, as City Council members attempted a balancing act on an ever-thinning tightrope between residents’ concerns with the amount of growth in the city and the rights of private property owners.
New Braunfels City Council members on Monday are expected to take up the second and final reading of a measure that would allow the development of multiple dwelling units in a townhouse-style configuration on Goodwin Lane.
The Mayfair development, a 1,900-acre master-planned, mixed-use development located in northern Comal County near New Braunfels, has its first leader.
Summer is in full swing, and with the unusual rain and respite from the heat, we have green pastures, happy animals and excited visitors ready for their safari adventure.
New Braunfels City Council members on Monday unanimously approved two items related to the 1,900-acre Mayfair project, a proposed master-planned mixed-use community located north of New Braunfels slated to add thousands of residential housing units as well as commercial and light industrial …
Debate and deliberations during this week’s New Braunfels City Council meeting surrounding two proposed residential developments could be an example of the growing pains the city is experiencing, as city leaders attempt to balance the needs of residents and landowners.
The Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce’s Leadership New Braunfels Alumni Association will host a Candidates & Issues Forum on Monday, April 12 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the McKenna Events Center.
Business owners have a variety of options when it comes to saving for retirement and offering employee benefits. When business owners think of retirement, often a 401k comes to mind. However, other types of retirement plans might be simpler to administer or more appropriate for their sized b…
Has your business spent the past year simply surviving or unbelievably thriving? For those of us trying to come out of survival mode, we have likely spent countless hours strategizing and contemplating how to keep our business on track during these tumultuous times. Fortunately, there’s a wa…
The Texas Legislative Conference, the nonpartisan organization of Texas business and political leaders who meet annually in New Braunfels to focus on public policy issues, has named Comptroller Glenn Hegar as the 2021 Texan of the Year.
New Braunfels still made headway in several key economic areas in 2020, considering the challenges the city faced in a year defined by the COVID-19 pandemic.
When I drew up a list of monthly articles for the year this past January, the December article topic would be my final one for the year and likely for my full-time career here at the chamber as well. The priorities I was thinking about in January for the chamber in the future are somewhat a…
2020 is coming to an end and what a year it has been. I have been honored and humbled to serve as Chair of the Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce Board this year. I have gained such an appreciation for the benefit of a strong local chamber. In a year like no other, the New Braunfels C…
Sandwiched in between the largest traditional shopping days of the year is Small Business Saturday, which carries significant importance this year.
Jobless rates in New Braunfels and Comal County declined in October compared to the previous month, falling below 6%, according to data from the Texas Workforce Commission.
When I drew up a list of monthly articles for the year this past January, the November article topic I wanted to write about was the Chamber’s role through the years on commemorative events, such as the 175th Celebration of our founding as a community. I figured that most of the 175th event…
Our foundation was pleased to present the “State of the City” Oct. 20 at the civic convention center. This was the eighth year that our city manager, Robert Camareno, spoke on everything city government. For me it provided a clear window as to why we will come through the pandemic stronger t…
The New Braunfels Jaycees, Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce, and New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung are proud to announce the 20 winners of the 2020 Rising Stars of New Braunfels Award. These outstanding young leaders are being recognized for making significant contributions to the commun…
Where has the year gone? It is hard to imagine that we have already made it to November, in the most unprecedented year ever. As with everything, things have not gone as planned for the Chamber of Commerce in 2020. However, the chamber quickly pivoted to virtual meetings and networking like …
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