Holding signs that advocated for student safety, more than 3,300 students marched in a coordinated effort to protest gun violence in downtown San Antonio Saturday.
Officials with the San Antonio Professional Firefighters Association did not show Tuesday at City Hall – and, largely, were not expected to.
The renovations would begin in September 2018 and require nearly 1,500 City employees from 22 departments to relocate for a 15-month period.
Designers and architects charged with making City Hall’s main entrance accessible to people of all physical abilities were given three months to draft and submit their innovative proposals.
A new design competition launched Tuesday will transform the way people of all abilities approach City Hall.
As the City’s first accessibility compliance manager, Judy Babbitt championed the idea that accessibility is “not just a nice thing, it’s a civil right.”
Once the International River Barge Design Competition is complete in April, the public-private team from the City of San Antonio and the American Institute of Architect’s local chapter (AIA San Antonio) will turn their attention to another city design challenge: City Hall’s front entrance.
The City of San Antonio announced its holiday service schedule this week. City Hall and most municipal offices will be closed Wednesday, Dec.
The Mayor’s Task Force on Preserving Dynamic and Diverse Neighborhoods met at City Hall Monday afternoon to discuss the definition of gentrification and explore methods used by other cities to prevent displacement of lower-income populations in “up-and-coming” neighborhoods.