Bulverde Hills subdivision, a single family residential development which consists of platted lots with an average size of three quarters of an acre. All lots are serviced by a central water system and individual septic systems. Bulverde Oaks, a smaller single family residential subdivision, joined with Bulverde Hills to incorporate as Bulverde South in 1996. Included in the new city were strips along Bulverde Road, Amman Road and Farm/Market 1863. The purpose of these strips was to form part of a barrier that would keep the City of San Antonio from annexing further north into Comal County.