The ordinance waives $500,000 in water and sewer impact fees and $1 million in City development fees under the Inner City Reinvestment and Infill Policy.
In pursuit of the City’s goal of reaching 4,000 miles of fiber-optic cable, more SA neighborhoods are being equipped with ultra-fast internet access.
San Pedro Creek, long a neglected urban waterway, is now site of an incredible contrast near Santa Rosa Street.
For the 300th birthday of multicultural San Antonio, international guests at the Founder’s Gala will include delegates from Sister Cities.
The 38 panels at the park near San Pedro Creek and the San Antonio River appear to have been smashed with a heavy, blunt object.
The station includes 10 fueling lanes for compressed natural gas, or CNG, used to fuel VIA’s fleet of 308 CNG buses.
If all goes according to plan, the City will by year’s end name an new innovation zone, a pilot area to test so-called smart city initiatives in San Antonio.
Men hold a quarter more positions on City committees and boards on average than women do, a recent analysis by the Rivard Report shows.
Downtown’s Main Avenue and Soledad Street haven’t had two-way running traffic lanes in decades, but that is set to change Monday.
During a hard-hat tour of the Frost Tower, the Rivard Report got an early look at got an early look at the construction of what will be a 24-story building.