Community Spotlight


  1. Coronavirus
  1. Citizen Comment Form

    PUBLIC COMMENTS TO BE SUBMITTED REMOTELY FOR NOVEMBER 30TH CITY COUNCIL WORKSHOP...

    During the COVID-19 pandemic, the City of Fredericksburg is allowing public comments to be submitted remotely, by 4:30 p.m., on November 29, 2020. Read on...
  2. Thanksgiving

    CITY OFFICES CLOSED NOVEMBER 26th and 27th FOR THANKSGIVING HOLIDAYS...

    City offices will be closed on Nov 26 and 27 for the Thanksgiving Holidays. This includes City Hall, Law Enforcement Offices, the Recycling Center, the Sanitary Landfill, and Animal Shelter. There will be no interruption in garbage collection service. Read on...
  3. Relief Route Cover

    FINAL RELIEF ROUTE FEASIBILITY STUDY NOW AVAILABLE...

    The City of Fredericksburg and Gillespie County, in partnership with the TxDOT, conducted the Fredericksburg Relief Route Study to evaluate the feasibility of constructing a United States Highway (US) 290 relief route around the City of Fredericksburg. Read on...
  4. Fall_Winter Leaf Collection

    FALL-WINTER LEAF PICK UP PROGRAM STARTING MONDAY, OCTOBER 19TH...

    The Annual Fall-Winter Leaf Collection Program began on Monday, October 19th and will end on Friday, January 29th. During this program, residents are encouraged to gather leaves from their property and rake them to the street for collection. Read on...
  5. Public-Hearing-Notice

    PUBLIC HEARINGS TO BE HELD...

    The City of Fredericksburg will be holding the following Public Hearings... Upcoming Public Hearings
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    City Auction Items...

    The City of Fredericksburg will put items up for auction throughout the year. These items include used light fleet vehicles, equipment, small tools, etc. GovDeals in Fredericksburg, TX
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Community Visioning

The complete visioning plan “A Path to the Future” includes 4 Key Focus Areas (Business, Government, Family Life, and Quality of Life) along with goals and objectives which are identified in this document. These visions are a direct result of the issues that consistently generate the most involvement and interest throughout our community. Some of these issues may or may not be considered as imminent concerns, however, it is the goal of the participants in this process to avoid these issues becoming problems as they may have for other communities.

Our community has worked well together for generations to preserve our quality of life, our history, and our culture. I encourage everyone who was a part of, and those who are new to, “A Path to the Future” to become involved in and supportive of the views and concepts included in this document. We, and future generations, will be the beneficiaries of this foresight.