The city of New Braunfels and the National Park Service are hosting the final community meeting associated with revisions to the Dry Comal Creek Greenway Master Plan from 6-8 p.m. Wednesday, July 10 at Columbus Club, 111 Landa Street in New Braunfels.

All property owners on or near the Dry Comal Creek are encouraged to attend the session, which will feature presentations by the Texas Hill Country Alliance and San Marcos Greenbelt Alliance on available land conservation tools in Texas and land conservation partnerships in neighboring communities.

In 2017 the city was awarded a Park Service technical assistance grant to develop a master plan for the Dry Comal Creek Nature Trail, which in 2010 was envisioned to extend north and south five miles along the Dry Comal Creek floodplain. The city is updating a final master plan to the plan, and is soliciting citizen input.

“If you are interested in greenways, trails, water quality, waterway protection or live on or near the Dry Comal Creek plan to attend the workshop to learn more and also share your thoughts,” said Ylda Capriccioso, the city’s parks development manager.

For more, contact Capriccioso at 830-221-4358 or visit

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