|Development Rules & Regulations||Access/Driveway Permit||9-1-1 Rural Addressing||Development Permit & Floodplain Maps||GIS Department||Parks Department|
Richard J. Tobolka, P.E., CFM
Develpoment Manager/Floodplain Administrator
Elsa Thompson - 830-331-8253
Norma Balderas - 830-331-8251
Mon - Fri / 8am - 5pm
Closed for Lunch 12 noon -1pm
201 East San Antonio Avenue, Suite 101 • Boerne TX 78006
To meet with the Development Manager/Flood Plain Administrator click here to download form and email form to email@example.com or fax to 830-249-6206. All meetings are by appointment only.
To view proposed revised order granting relief to road frontage requirements for certain situations, click here.
To view/download the Kendall County Development Rules & Regulations, click here.
Any division of property that occured after 5/13/1996 not located in a platted/recorded subdivision will require an Affidavit of Land Location per Court Order #96-0550 click here for sample. *NOTE: Physical address change my occur due to any division of property.
For information on Certificate of Occupancy, click here.
Property Restrictions, if any, in unincorporated areas are recorded on the deed filed at the County Clerk's office. You can contact the Clerk's office at 830-331-8233 with any questions.
Kendall County Community Phone Number Guide click here.
Kendall County supports the growth and development of the county's resources to provide citizens with a better place to live and work. Browse links below to learn more about the county's vision.
Transportation Planning Citizen's Committee
Parks Master Plan
Economic Development Corporation
- Kendall County Economic Development Corporation
Kendall County supports the KCEDC, a public/private partnership between the county, Boerne, the
BoerneChamber of Commerce, the Comfort Chamber of Commerce and enthusiastic private investors.
EDC Mission Statement:
To promote desirable economic development that will support a thriving, diverse and sustainable quality of life in Kendall County.