Census data from 2018 showed that 20 percent of residents in the city of San Antonio lived below the poverty line, an increase from 17.3 percent in 2017.
A city nonprofit decided Tuesday to keep collecting rent from The Baldwin at St. Paul Square apartment complex after it is sold to an Austin investor.
More than 300 volunteers participated in Rehabarama, the City’s one-day home repair event.
Commentary: Our work must continue until all families have the opportunity to live with dignity and thrive in their communities.
A TIRZ board approved its contribution of $1.5 million toward $6.5 million slated to be used for affordable housing next year.
This year, Cross Timber Homes is on track to complete 10 homes in the $150,000 price range.
The City of San Antonio’s proposed 2020 budget would increase funding to affordable housing by $8.5 million.
City officials turned to SAWS for additional revenue, proposing an increase in the portion of money given to the City for the first time since 1992.
The nearly unanimous board approval marks one of the largest amounts of financing authorized in a single day by the San Antonio Housing Authority.
The San Antonio Housing Authority plans to start construction on a new mixed-income housing project across from Alazán Courts sometime next year.