San Antonio’s first water works structure is beginning to crumble, but a new agreement between the city and the San Antonio Conservation Society will preserve it.
The authority will review new applicants to represent parts of west and north-central San Antonio after accepting a board members’ resignation Tuesday.
SAWS customers are invited to submit questions and comments about the Water Management Plan during the livestream on SAWS’ Facebook page.
City Council unanimously approved a more than $7.6 million payment to various property owners Thursday for a conservation easement on 2,830 acres of undeveloped land in Medina and Bandera counties.
The story of water and Texas starts right here, some 650 ft.
Younger generations and newcomers to the South Texas region have enjoyed relative peace when it comes to water wars.
THE SAN ANTONIO MARKET STREET PUMP STATION IN TEXAS HELPED OPEN THE WEST TO DEVELOPMENT IN 1891 AND CONTINUES OPERATIONS TO THIS DAY.
Imagine San Antonio in 2040.
Unlike the 505-acre Pearsall Park that will open a skatepark, playground, zip lines, and marathon tracks in the Southwest Side this weekend, most of District 9’s 204-acre park will show off the natural landscape with simple hike and bike trails and impressive views of the Texas Hill Country.
There’s a lot of love and pride in the Texas Hill Country.