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Yes, under Chapter 43.056 of the Texas Local Government Code, the City is required to provide most city services (police protection, fire protection, solid waste collection, operation and maintenance of roads and streets, and access to city-owned recreation facilities and parks) immediately upon annexation. The City is also required to prepare a service plan to provide for the extension of municipal services to the area being annexed. The City will strive to provide services at a level of service similar to that which the City currently extends to any other similarly situated areas already within the City (based generally on characteristics of topography, land use, and population density).
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No. City taxes are not assessed to your property until the property is annexed into the City.
• Voting rights and representation
• Maintenance of public streets
• Regulation of land use and density through zoning
• Notifications of zoning/land use, density, or variance requests (as determined by distance).
• Code Enforcement
• Building quality standards and enforcement through inspections, especially for new houses and businesses
• Health code enforcement through restaurant inspections and employee food handler training
• Protection of natural resources from uncontrolled growth and development; regulation of development in the floodplain, and the effects of development on downstream flooding
No, as long as your property continues to qualify for an agricultural exemption.
Note: City property taxes assessed will be levied in accordance with the standard process for agricultural exemptions for other jurisdictions property taxes. The City also honors all other county exemptions and tax freezes.
Once a non-annexation agreement is signed, there is no change in the regulations for your property. The property continues to be under the Guadalupe County Animal Ordinances. Any animal control questions or concerns would continue to be the responsibility of Guadalupe County, until the property is annexed in the City of Cibolo.
No. at the time of annexation, the current structures and uses are grandfathered into Cibolo zoning regulations, regardless of an ag exemption.
We encourage inquiring with the Cibolo Planning and Engineering Department as each code grace period is reviewed independently. Land use codes will be grandfathered while properties maintain their existing uses. Building codes and other city ordinances will go into effect immediately.
As long as Guadalupe County is not in a burn ban, you are allowed to have a controlled burn. Please visit http://www.co.guadalupe.tx.us/fire/fire.php for County rules and regulations for burning.
Roadways and garbage collection services to residents in Cibolo ETJ are provided by Guadalupe County. The Contact information for Guadalupe County can be found at www.co.guadalupe.tx.us
CommissionerJim Wolverton101 East Court StreetSeguin, Texas78155Tel: 830-303-8857, Press 3Fax: 830-303-4064
CommissionerJudy Cope101 East Court StreetSeguin, Texas78155Tel: 830-303-8857, Press 4Fax: 830-303-4064