San Antonio City Council approved a zoning change Thursday that will allow the Housing First Community Coalition to establish a campus that will provide housing and services for older homeless people.
Like most complex issues cities in the U.S. face, it will take a multi-pronged approach to mitigate poverty, panelists said.
The Alamo Master Plan calls for relocation of entertainment attractions in Alamo Plaza – but plans for the entertainment district have yet to materialize.
City Council is set to vote next week on a nearly $5 million contract for the San Antonio Police Department’s new records management software.
Spire Risk Management, a new insurance consulting firm, has made its first acquisition.
The City of San Antonio’s Zoning Commission voted 8-3 Tuesday evening to reject a company’s request that would allow it to operate a migrant youth shelter.
A move to include bike lanes in the design for lower Broadway failed Monday, but a separate zoning vote could still bring the issue before City Council next year.
A nearly nine-mile stretch of Zarzamora Street in San Antonio’s West Side will receive $7 million worth of street redesigns to enhance transit infrastructure and safety.
A zoning change is required for the City to implement a $42 million improvement project for Broadway Street.
San Antonio City Councilman Clayton Perry (D10) said Thursday he will not resign to run for a Bexar County Commissioners Court seat.