Schertz, Cibolo and surrounding cities close offices and roads

Schertz and Cibolo announce local road closures and winter weather updates. (Stock image)
Schertz and Cibolo announce local road closures and winter weather updates. (Stock image)

Schertz and Cibolo announce local road closures and winter weather updates. (Stock image)

With freezing temperatures and a winter weather advisory from the National Weather Service Austin/San Antonio, cities in the area have taken precautions by closing city offices and roads.

Due to ice and snow on bridges and overpasses, the The Texas Department of Transportation recommends all drivers stay cautious.

As for road closures, all US 281/Loop 1604 interchange ramps are closed until further notice.

Updates on TxDOT road closures can be found here. Local road closure updates can be found on city social media.

The city of Schertz has a warming center located at the Schertz Community Center, 1400 Schertz Parkway, Schertz. The center will be open on Feb. 3 and Feb. 4 from 7 a.m.-7 p.m. and Feb. 5 from 7 a.m.-noon.



The city of Cibolo closed all facilities at noon Feb. 3 and will not reopen until Feb. 7 at 8 a.m. During this time, phones will not be monitored, and any non-life-threatening emergencies can be addressed by calling 210-619-1274.

First Friday in Garden Ridge is canceled for February and will resume in March. Cities will post additional news and updates on their social media pages and websites. Weather updates can be found here.

Local road closures

Schertz:

FM 482 at Friesenhahn Lane

Schaefer Road at Cibolo Creek

Pecan Drive between FM 1518 and Oak St.

Weir Road at Cibolo Creek

Weir Road at Trainer Hale Road

5700 block of Scenic Lake Drive

Cibolo:

3300 block of Green Valley Road

1500 block of Wiedner Road

700 block of Wiedner Road

Schaeffer Road at Cibolo Creek

Schaeffer Road at Town Creek

By Jarrett Whitener

Reporter, Northeast San Antonio Metrocom

Jarrett joined Community Impact Newspaper as a reporter in September 2021. Prior to CI, he was a staff writer for two papers in North Georgia, the North Georgia News and the Towns County Herald. He graduated from Young Harris College with a degree in Creative Writing in 2020. Jarrett covers education, local government, transportation, business, real estate development and nonprofits in the Northeast San Antonio Metrocom.