For the past 18 months, construction crews have been working on Confluence Park, which will have its formal unveiling Wednesday, Jan. 17.
The sculpture commissioned by Bexar County for the San Pedro Creek project will not be ready for the grand opening of the project’s first segment May 5.
County Commissioners on Tuesday authorized $19.8 million for demolition and utility work along the San Pedro Creek between Houston and Nueva streets.
Too many events that have nothing to do with the city’s 300th anniversary are currently listed as Tricentennial activities.
The County has committed $132.8 million and the City will contribute $19.5 million toward the design and construction of the first two phases of the project.
Participants were provided with comment cards asking them to list their three favorite design and public art elements.
Bexar County Commissioners reviewed and approved designs proposed for the second segment of the project’s first phase on Tuesday.
Bexar County Commissioners approved four local artists Tuesday to complete four different works along the San Pedro Creek Improvements Project.
By late 2017, an advanced water catchment system, a sculptural pavilion, and “rescue trees” will become part of Confluence Park on the Mission Reach.
On Thursday, bulldozers and backhoes tore into the ground to widen the creek channel that will be lined with paseos along the two-mile waterway.