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Posted on: July 16, 2021

Downtown Traffic Control Device Changes

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Several traffic control devices were approved at Tuesday Night’s Council Meeting. To make sure there is no confusion we wanted to list all the changes in one place. These changes were made for public safety in the downtown area as new businesses continue to open and more residents are shopping, dining, and enjoying downtown.

  • Three way stop signs were added to the intersection of Pfeil Rd. and Pecan St.
  • Three way stop signs were added to the intersection of Pfeil Rd. and Wiederstein St.
  • Crosswalk was added across Pfeil Rd. from the City of Cibolo Parking lot to the businesses.
  • Speed limit was reduced to 25 mph along Pfeil Rd.
  • Four way stop signs were installed at the intersection of Loop 539 and Main St. near Cibolo City Hall.

Be aware of your surroundings and the new signage when you visit downtown. For more information on our downtown businesses and a complete list, check out our Economic Development page and see the business directory.

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