Mayor Congratulates HEB On 110th Anniversary
I, Jack Pratt, Mayor of the City of Kerrville, Texas hereby congratulate H-E-B on the occasion of its
Celebration and recognize its 110 years of faithful service to the citizens of Texas and present this proclamation as an expression of sincere appreciation from the City of Kerrville for H-E-B’s continued commitment to this community and communities throughout the State of Texas
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Emergency Notification System
What if an emergency situation arose in any portion of Kerr County, including inside the city limits of Kerrville, Ingram, or the community of Center Point? How can people be notified? Kerr County has implemented a National Emergency Notification system named
which delivers pre-recorded emergency telephone messages to subscribers. Kerr County and the City of Kerrville have joined forces to provide Kerrville and Kerr County citizens important emergency information as needed. .
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On the River Trail
The City of Kerrville's River Trail project is coming to completion and the first phase now opened depicts what the remainder of the trail will include - 10' wide hike/bike trails, informative displays about the Guadalupe river and surrounding water shed, seating and recreation areas, and easy access to scenic sites along the enchanting Guadalupe River. After much anticipating, it's finally coming to life. Come explore the very first segment of the Kerrville River Trail!
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Thu, Mar. 5 - Sun, Mar. 29
Fri, Mar. 6 - Fri, Mar. 20
Fri, Mar. 13 - Sat, Mar. 28
Fri, Mar. 13 - Sun, Mar. 15