The San Antonio Conservation Society, with the help of a local architect and a neighborhood advocate, have created a paper-and-online petition to gather support for a plan to redevelop Alamo Plaza without “barriers” like closed streets, walls, railings, and gates as recently proposed by designers.
Designers and officials will host the first public input meeting about the latest plans to the redevelop Alamo Plaza on Monday night, but attendees should not expect their voices to be literally heard.
Marise McDermott resigned as tri-chair of the Alamo Citizens Advisory Committee Friday to turn her attention to the Witte Museum’s strategic plan and major endowment campaign.
Along with a host of other policy and infrastructure strategies, reducing speed limits on main roads saves lives, according to Vision Zero supporters.
City Council next week will vote on significant changes related to the Ethics Review Board and local campaign finance rules.
The Archdiocese of San Antonio is asking residents of any creed to help light the way for the first-of-its-kind river procession.
The housing task force will present a list of suggested policies, goals, and actions to San Antonio’s City Council next week.
A rough draft of the plan to redevelop the Alamo and its surroundings drew mixed reactions from the audience and an advisory committee.
The $450 million public-private project to reimagine the space in downtown San Antonio would include a “Smithsonian-level” museum, visitor center, and interactive exhibits.
On Thursday, after one year of commentary and protest, new design consultants will present new drawings of Alamo Plaza.