During the fall of 2015 a small group representing local government, our public research university, and the private sector began to discuss how San Antonio could develop a focus on smart city approaches to local issues.
What motivates me as mayor is the vision of San Antonio as a city where everyone has the opportunity to prosper.
Editor’s Note: Mayor Ivy Taylor delivered her 2016 United State of the City Address to an estimated 1,300 business, community, and City leaders on Tuesday afternoon at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center’s Stars at Night Ballroom.
During the past 15 years, the scope and structure of the City of San Antonio’s ethics function has changed dramatically, and more changes are necessary to bring San Antonio in line with what is already standard practice among all large American cities: truly independent ethics review.
Editor’s Note: San Antonio City Council, staff, family, and friends celebrated the historic inauguration of Mayor Ivy Taylor as she takes her seat as the first elected black mayor of San Antonio after a close race against former Sen. Leticia Van de Putte on Wednesday in City Council chambers.
Editor’s Note: Mayor Ivy Taylor delivered her “State of the City” address at a North SA Chamber of Commerce luncheon event on Wednesday, 10 days after winning a full term in office.
For those who need it most, like seniors and San Antonians with disabilities, a safe and reliable transportation system is literally a lifeline.
Editor’s note: Mayor Ivy Taylor delivered her first State of the City address on Tuesday before an audience of 850 at the Grand Hyatt.