Living in Castle Hills
A community filled with nature and families.
Welcome to Castle Hills, a city where a variety of talented and community-oriented citizens choose to live and where the climate is business friendly. Main streets are lined with established and developing businesses and our beautiful neighborhoods are filled with houses occupied by individuals and families. An increasingly younger population has a collective vision for the city’s future and, at the same time, a keen interest in traditions and history and respect for the opinions of long-time residents.
Located in the desirable north central quadrant of Bexar County, our city is surrounded by the City of San Antonio. Castle Hills’ city government and citizens take great pride in having a small-town atmosphere within a metropolitan area. Loop 410 provides convenient and quick access to San Antonio’s International Airport, downtown and the River Walk, the South Texas Medical Center, and other points of interest.
If you are considering relocating to Castle Hills, you will find a community that works together to provide the best quality of living of any small city in Texas. Our police, fire and public works departments are known for rapidly responding to the needs of the city and its citizens; having our own local dispatch service plays a major role in providing that timely response. Municipal office personnel provide professional, courteous service to our residents, businesses, and the wider community. In addition, civic organizations and committees, some of which include the Business Support and Development Committee, Castle Hills Woman’s Club, Castle Hills Garden Club, Fiesta Castle Hills, and the Animal Shelter Committee, provide opportunities for citizens and business leaders to enhance the life of our city. You will find a community that is open to new ideas, and your participation is welcome and encouraged.
This website is designed to help you obtain knowledge on various subjects, such as city services, city council members, council agendas and minutes of meetings, staff, municipal code provisions, permit and licensing information and city projects.
All of us who call Castle Hills home warmly welcome you to our city. If I, or any member of our community, may be of assistance to you, please visit our comment section. We welcome your questions and look forward to answering them and to telling you more about our city, which we believe is a great place to live, work and raise a family.
Bruce Smiley-Kaliff, Mayor