* 101 West Main St. Mail Unit 9 Room B-106 *
* Fredericksburg, TX 78624-3700 *
* Phone 830-997-7503 / 830-307-6095 * Fax 830-992-2608 *

Email:  colfers@gillespiecounty.org

County Commissioner Precinct 1

Charles Olfers


Notice of Dietrich Road Closure: January 31 - February 7, 2022

Please take notice that as requested by landowners, Dietrich Rd will be closed beginning in the 900 Block at the Gamenthaler Creek during the following period of time for repairs:  January 31, 2022 to February 7, 2022.  Due to the nature of the area, there is no alternate route available.  The County and its subcontractor in these repairs, Lehne Construction, will construct a temporary footpath to allow access to the area of Dietrich Rd beyond the construction site, but the footpath is used at your own risk.  By using the footpath, you assume all risk of injury.  Please be prepared not to have vehicle access to any property north of the construction site for the entire period of the temporary road closure.  For more information, please contact Precinct 1 Commissioner Charles Olfers at 830-307-6095. 

The Commissioners’ Court of Gillespie County is requesting qualifications for the below: 
Public Notice
Gillespie County requests qualified design build firms submit Statements of Qualifications for the replacement of the Dietrich Road Bridge. 
Contact Paul Schneider at Gillespie County Auditor’s Office, 101 West Main St Mail Unit #4 Room 203, Fredericksburg, Texas 78624. 
Phone:  830-997-6777 or email pschneider@gillespiecounty.org to obtain an electronic packet of the RFQ.   
Statements of Qualifications due on Wednesday, July 21, 2021 at 1:00 pm at the County Auditor's office.

Gillespie County


Precinct 1 Map

(effective January 1, 2022)


A4 | December 15, 2021 | Fredericksburg Standard-Radio Post

Dietrich Road Bridge Replacement 
"Commissioners also approved an agreement between Gillespie County and Lehne Construction for the Dietrich Road Bridge Replacement Project. Commissioner Charles Olfers, Pct. 1, said the contract included a 90-day completion time with added incentive to finish the project early, if at all possible. “The bridge will be shut
down for up to seven days, barring weather, to make it passable again,” Olfers said."