Water levels and spring flow are to still too low to safely allow swimming in Jacob’s Well near Wimberley. But Hays County Parks said Jacob’s Well Natural Area (JWNA) remains open to the public. Jacob’s Well is an artesian spring that releases
Canyon Lake Spring Break: Expect Long Lines, Closed Boat Ramps and Not Many Port-a-Potties or Dumpsters
Canyon Lake will be a hot mess over Spring Break. Due to extended drought, most boat ramps are closed. The popular Overlook, Comal and Canyon parks — the easiest way to “get on the water” — fill up quickly and close at
Two popular Canyon Lake parks reopen for the summer season on March 1. Comal Park, a 116-acre day-use park on the south shore of Canyon Lake, and Canyon Park, a 485-acre day-use park located on the north shore of Canyon Lake, will
Comal County commissioners want to know what voters think about the future of green spaces — and their price tag. A Canyon Lake open house on a proposed Parks, Open Space, and Natural Areas Master Plan is scheduled from 5:45-7:45 p.m.Thursday at
Residents who live in unincorporated areas of Comal County are no longer under a burn ban. Today’s Keetch-Byram Drought Index (KBDI) fell to 484 points thanks to recent rainfall. Commissioners Court enacts burn bans when the drought index rises to 500 points.
Texas A&M Forest Service warns of increased wildfire danger this week as a cold front approaches Thursday. Elevated fire weather following the front, combined with dry, dormant grasses could support increased wildfire potential for communities near San Antonio and Austin. Today, the
The ‘traditional’ burn ban went into effect at 6 a.m. today for all unincorporated areas of Comal County, including Canyon Lake. The county was already under a limited burn ban which Pct. 4 (Canyon Lake) Comal County Commissioner Jen Crownover described as