The Council will add irons to the fire over the coming year, but here’s a look at some pending issues and initiatives carried over from 2019.
Designs for Classen-Steubing Ranch Park, Stone Oak’s third public park, will be completed this summer.
City and San Antonio River Authority workers have drained the river for the first time in four years to remove mud and debris.
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The rugged terrain makes Friedrich Wilderness Park San Antonio’s best park for hikers, despite growing crowds and encroaching development.
If you have a live Christmas tree molting in your living room, the City’s solid waste management department will take it off your hands.
Commentary: To protect our water – and air and health – we need to limit highway expansion projects and invest in mass transit.
Warming temperatures appear to be extending the trees’ reproductive cycle and boosting pollen counts, according to the Fourth Annual Climate Change Assessment.
The San Antonio Water System’s Rate Advisory Committee picked affordability as top choice among a list of 10 priorities in setting water and sewer rates.
Boy Scouts are working to improve a stretch of trails in Northwest San Antonio that have become a hotspot for volunteer conservation projects.
A developer planning a subdivision upstream of a sensitive Hill Country stream has changed his plans to avoid filling the creek with treated wastewater.