What is an ETJ?

Extraterritorial Jurisdiction (ETJ) is defined as the unincorporated area that is contiguous to the corporate boundaries of the municipality. The legislature declares it the policy of the state to designate certain areas as the extraterritorial jurisdiction of municipalities to promote and protect the general health, safety, and welfare of persons residing in and adjacent to the municipalities.

For more information please visit https://statutes.capitol.texas.gov/Docs/LG/htm/LG.42.htm

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1. If the 69.1 acres in Bexar County was to be de-annexed, would the control of the flood plain would be lost?
2. What is annexation?
3. When would residents see improvement in roads that are annexed? Are all roads, in or adjacent to an area, annexed into the City or are some left in the County?
4. What is an ETJ?
5. What are you going to do about the flooding and drainage problems in my area?
6. Where can I find the law as to the landowners’ rights and the city’s obligations for annexation?
7. What is the Public Protection Classification (PPC) system?
8. What is Cibolo Fire Department’s ISO Rating?
9. Does Cibolo Fire Department have an agreement to provide fire services in Guadalupe County?
10. Can we shoot firearms within city limits?
11. For police protection who do we call? City or County?