Councilman Roberto Treviño (D1) wants City Council to discuss how it executes large bond projects after the mayor requested changes for Broadway bike lanes.
The City is collecting responses through an online survey for an overhaul of Roosevelt Avenue on San Antonio’s South Side.
The City will meet with two stakeholder groups to show them alternatives, and it’s considering hosting more public input sessions, too.
The Tobin Endowment will give $1.5 million towards construction of Hardberger Park’s land bridge, former Mayor Phil Hardberger announced Wednesday.
Area residents are concerned the proposed railroad overpass at South Zarzamora Street and Frio City Road would hurt neighboring businesses.
District 5 must better address issues such as affordable housing, reliable transportation, and higher paying jobs, Councilwoman Shirley Gonzales said.
Three major rating agencies have affirmed the City of San Antonio’s AAA general obligation bond rating for the eighth straight year.
Common themes in the 2017 City bond process included connectivity, leveraging existing resources, and capitalizing on our history and culture.
More than 75 people attended the meeting at the center, many of whom were under the impression that the center faces imminent closure or relocation.
All of the 180 projects are at different progress stages, but they are moving forward to meet their ideal completion dates in or before 2022.