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Neighborhood Watch Newsletter from Rolf

Hello everyone!  I thought it worthwhile to let everyone know about some work that has been going on.  Robert Gomez, one of our neighbors, is a pump installer/maintainer with Lonestar Pump in Fredericksburg and has responded to several Friday and…

The Tender Baby Has Arrived!

Tender (also “Water Tender”): A wheeled fire apparatus equipped to carry large volumes of water to a fire. Friday August 26, 2011 the Alamo Springs VFD took delivery on a new tender for the department.  Built by Neel Associates in…

Alamo Springs Landowner’s Newsletter #1: Neighborhood Crime

21 August 2011 On Wednesday, 17 August, at 7pm some 40+ Alamo Springs landowners met at the community church to learn about a number of burglaries, thefts, and crimes that have occurred on the ranch this summer and discuss options…

A letter from the Chief

This letter is to catch everyone up on what’s been going on with the Alamo Springs Volunteer Fire Department. A lot has happened in the last year and we want to give you some highlights. First and foremost The burn…

Fire Department Fundaiser July 16th

A big thanks goes out to everyone who came out to support the Fundraiser on July 16 in Banker Smith TX. Special thanks goes out to Maggie Montgomery for providing the venue.          

Fire Department Fundraiser: July 16th

Letter from Fire Chief Gary Miller Hosted by: Maggie Montgomery, Saturday July, 16th Gate creaks open at 1:00 pm Raffle Silent Auction Arts and Crafts Booths Variety Show Delicious Texas Bar-B-Que served at 6 PM by donation

Golden Cheeked Warbler Spotted

March 27, 2011: While wandering in the woods on the north side of The Big Hill I heard the distinctive call of the Golden Cheeked Warbler. This rare and endangered Golden-cheeked Warbler nests only in the juniper-oak woodlands of central…

Hummingbird Migration

  Our hummingbirds are making they way up north from their winter stay in Mexico. Mix up a batch of nector and kick back and enjoy their antics. Nector Recipe: 1 part sugar (do NOT use honey) 4 parts water…

Purple Martins. They’re Back!

Get your purple martin houses up! Our yearly visitors are back and looking for homes. Last year we hosted around 16 pairs. Each pair had 2 to 3 offspring so…you do the math. They’re fun to watch and chirp beautifully.…