New Braunfels bulky goods drop-off postponed until late June

The drop-off event will last from 7-11 a.m. at three locations. (Courtesy Fotolia)
The drop-off event will last from 7-11 a.m. at three locations. (Courtesy Fotolia)

The drop-off event will last from 7-11 a.m. at three locations. (Courtesy Fotolia)

The Bulky Goods Drop-Off Event by the city of New Braunfels has been rescheduled amid coronavirus concerns. It is now planned for Saturday, June 27, according to the most recent press release.

City Recycle Center is still open Tuesday through Saturday from 8 a.m.-noon and 12:30 p.m.-4 p.m.

Residents are asked to remain in their vehicle while at the center to minimize potential viral transmission.

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On Saturday, April 4 from 7-11 a.m., the city of New Braunfels will host a bulky goods drop-off event. The last vehicle in line at 11 a.m. will be the last one assisted.


Residents must provide a current New Braunfels Utilities or Guadalupe Valley Electric Cooperative bill and a valid state-issued photo ID to participate.

Participating locations include:

  • Comal County Goodwin Annex, 1297 Church Hill Drive, New Braunfels;

  • City Hall, 550 Landa St., New Braunfels; and

  • Walnut Springs Elementary School, 1900 S. Walnut Ave., New Braunfels.


Because of the city’s 175th anniversary celebration parade, the City Municipal Building, which has participated in previous bulky goods drop-off events, will not be a location.

The event permits each resident to drop off up to five household, nonmetal items, such as furniture, storage bins and high-volume ice chests.

Prohibited items include green waste—leaves, branches, twigs, etc.—lumber, tile, electronics, flooring and hazardous waste.

For more information, visit www.nbtexas.org/bulkygoods.

This story was updated to reflect the city's updated event schedule.
By Lauren Canterberry
Lauren began covering New Braunfels for Community Impact Newspaper in 2019. Her reporting focuses on education, development, breaking news and community interest stories. Lauren is originally from South Carolina and is a graduate of the University of Georgia.


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