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Local News

City of Kerrville issues update on area weather conditions

todayFebruary 3, 2022

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The City of Kerrville’s Police, Fire and Public Works departments continue to warn citizens that area travel conditions will remain extremely hazardous through at least Friday morning as sub-freezing temperatures negatively impact local bridges, roads, driveways and sidewalks. Residents are encouraged to stay home and avoid travel if at all possible.

A hard freeze is expected overnight which will lead to black ice after the roads refreeze. City officials caution anyone from non-essential travel as black ice is very difficult to see.

The Kerrville Police Department has not had to respond to any auto crashes within the city limits Thursday, and there have not been any reports of water breaks or other water-related issues among the city’s utility customers. KPUB is currently reporting no power issues within its service area.

City officials report there were four visitors Thursday at First United Methodist Church, and overnight accommodations have been made for individuals who need them at the Salvation Army (855 Hays Street), beginning at 6 p.m. The Salvation Army can take in up to twenty people overnight. Should there be a demand for overnight shelter beyond what the Salvation Army can accommodate, a post notification will be made, and the First United Methodist Church will be reopened to serve as a shelter.

The city’s Street Department continues to treat area roads and bridges with de-ice treatments and will continue to do so throughout Thursday evening and into Friday morning. However, non-essential travel should be avoided until weather conditions improve.

City Hall, the Butt-Holdsworth Memorial Library and other non-essential city services will be closed until at least noon on Friday, at which time a determination will be made regarding when to resume operations.

Further updates will be posted to the city’s Facebook, Twitter and website pages. Visit:


Written by: Michelle Layton

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