Due to severe winter conditions, City of Kerrville municipal offices, the Butt-Holdsworth Memorial Library, the Parks and Recreation Department located at Kerrville-Schreiner Park, Development Services and Municipal Court, which had planned on opening at noon, will be closed Thursday. Employees will be working remotely and most online services will continue.
The city’s recently established COVID-19 vaccine pre-registration call center will not be open, but is still available online through Peterson Health. The city secretary’s office will be closed, but can be accessed at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Planning and Zoning Commission meeting scheduled for Thursday afternoon will be rescheduled to another date to be determined.
Many Utility Billing services, including bill pay and requests for new service, can be made online at kerrvilletx.gov. Other requests or questions can be emailed to email@example.com.
The Kerrville Police Department, Fire Department and Streets Department will continue working around the clock to respond to crisis situations. Citizens are highly encouraged to avoid traffic as all city streets, roads and highways in the area have ice on them and many are closed.
For safety, people are advised to not visit parks or trails due to slip and fall concerns in addition to falling tree limbs and trees. Park amenities such as restrooms, water fountains and interactive fountains are all closed.
All county offices at the Kerr County Courthouse and annex will remain closed through Friday, February 19, and Monday’s Kerr County Commissioner’s Court meeting will be re-scheduled.
Anyone experiencing actual power outages are asked to call KPUB at (830) 257-2883. As a reminder, don’t use camp stoves or charcoal grills for heating purposes because they also produce carbon monoxide. Additionally, beware of falling ice.