Former Balcones Heights Mayor Lucille Wohlfarth passed away Friday, January 30 at the age of 94. Wohlfarth served as Mayor of Balcones Heights from 1992 through 2000 and as City Council Member from 1988 through 2000.
THANK YOU VOLUNTEERS - 2014 BLUE MARSHAL SUCCESS - Chrissie Kolb, Mayor Suzanne de Leon, Joyce Pena, Brock Ward, Frank Garza, Delia Flores, Elizabeth Wells, Councilwoman Linda Pohl, Councilwoman Madeline Slay, Councilman Jack Burton, Jorge Cantu, Councilman Lamar Gillian, Diana Prieto, Rebecca Pr
Greetings ~ My wish for all Balcones Heights’ residents is that you will have a healthy and prosperous New Year! So many things have happened during this past year and the city has managed to survive the extremely difficult and
As Christmas lists are being written, the Balcones Heights Blue Marshal is getting into gear to make Christmas wishes come true again this year. This program is about bringing hope and joy to families that struggle to make ends meet during the holidays.
Balcones Heights Detective Mike Russo, speaks to Cub Scout Pack 352, giving them details about his job duties and the importance of how they can be safe at home and in the community. Great job Detective Russo!
Free General Admission. Outdoor seating on the amphitheater lawn is free on a first-come, first-served basis. Typically jazz fans begin reserving their spots with blankets and lawn chairs the morning of each concert.
Officer Joyce Pena began her employment with the Balcones Heights Police Department thirty years ago, April 1984. Not only was she the first full-time female officer she was commended for doing an outstanding job.
Councilwoman Madeline A. Slay inducted into San Antonio Women’s Hall of Fame - Mrs. Slay has lived in Balcones Heights for over 14 years. She is also the President/Owner of Madeline Anz Slay Architecture, which is located in the former Balcones Heights City Hall building.