Councilman Manny Pelaez asked the City of San Antonio to consider letting United Way to take over the City’s vetting and recommendation processes for which nonprofits receive City funding.
A TIRZ board approved its contribution of $1.5 million toward $6.5 million slated to be used for affordable housing next year.
Plans for street, wayfinding, and other infrastructure improvements to St. Paul Square received a nod of approval Wednesday.
A seven-member sidewalk repair crew dubbed the “sidewalk squad” will repair nearly two miles of deteriorating sidewalk gaps next year.
Next year, the San Antonio Police Department will feature a total of 16 new positions that will focus on domestic violence.
Linda Collier Mason was indicted for a charge of intoxication manslaughter by a Bexar County grand jury this week.
A traffic impact study on adding a protected bike lane on Broadway Street is not yet complete.
San Antonio City Council unanimously passed a resolution calling for state and federal governments to address gun violence Thursday.
The City of San Antonio’s proposed 2020 budget would increase funding to affordable housing by $8.5 million.
City Council reviewed elements of next year’s $2.9 billion budget focused on improving the quality of life for vulnerable families and children.