Office of the Mayor

Responsibilities

The Boerne mayor is elected at large by Boerne residents and serves a two-year term with no term limits. The mayor is the presiding officer of the City Council. The mayor is recognized as head of the city government for all ceremonial purposes and by the governor for purposes of military law. The mayor may debate and discuss any matters before the council but only votes in the event of a tie. When authorized by the council, the mayor signs all official documents. The mayor appoints, with the advice and consent of the council, the members of citizen advisory boards and commissions.

Mayor's Monthly Message (PDF)

Schedule an Appointment

The Mayor meets with citizens and community groups by appointment only. Appointments with the mayor can be made by calling City Hall at 830-249-9511. 

Got a question or concern - you can email your questions or concerns to Mayor Mike Schultz or Communications Director Pamela Bransford.

About the Mayor

From 1988 to 2003, Mike Schultz was engaged in the financial services business ultimately creating Business Financial Group. He moved to Boerne from San Antonio in 1993 and served five years on the Boerne Independent School District Board with two terms as President and two years on The Texas Association of School Boards (TASB).

Boards & Committees

He has served on a number of YMCA committees and was President of the San Antonio YMCA encompassing all 13 branches in 1991-92. Additionally, he has served on many church committees and boards leading to three different master planning and building projects accounting for millions of dollars of construction.

Mr. Schultz is a cofounder of LeaderSteps, a program for seniors at Boerne ISD, which is still in existence today and is a member of the Boerne Chamber Leadership Program, class of 2007-2008. He has served as a board member of the Christian Job Corp of Kendall County, as Chair Elect and Chairman of the Greater Boerne Chamber of Commerce board. Governor Rick Perry appointed him to the Guadalupe Blanco River Authority (GBRA) Board. He has co-chaired the Boerne Public Library capital campaign with former Mayor Patrick Heath.

Since 2007, Mike Schultz has been involved with the Trust Company as Senior Vice President / Director of Business Development, which involved successfully raising capital to open 2 new banks (San Antonio and Boerne). The loans and deposits of the Trust Company merged successfully in April of 2011 with The First National Bank of Sonora.

Mike Schultz was elected Mayor to the City of Boerne, Texas a Home Rule City as of May, 2011.