This includes the city hall, municipal court, the public library, the New Braunfels Civic & Convention Center, the Westside Community Center, Parks and Recreation Administration, the Landa Park Golf Course at Comal Springs, the City Recycling Center, and the City Municipal Building at 424 S. Castell Ave, according to the city.
Das Rec, the New Braunfels recreation center located on Landa Street, will delay its opening until 8 a.m., but all other city facilities will be open within their normal hours of operation.
Solid waste routes will remain on their usual daily schedule, but residents are reminded about the change to recycling collection due to closure Feb. 1. Recycling collections for the remainder of the week are being pushed back by one day, according to the city.
The National Weather Service is predicting continued rain chances overnight Feb.1 into Feb. 2, but temperatures inside the city limits are not expected to drop below freezing. Regardless, drivers are still advised to use caution on area roads, especially on bridges, overpasses and outlying areas, city officials said in a press release.
New Braunfels city staff said they will continue to monitor updates from the National Weather Service, and any additional announcements about city facilities or services will be posted on the city’s website at www.newbraunfels.gov and the city’s social media accounts, including Facebook, Instagram and NextDoor.