We need to build a better San Antonio if we want to join the ranks of cities that focus on the people who live and work there instead of cars.
Downtown San Antonio needs to be accessible to everyone, CityFest San Antonio panelists agreed on Saturday.
Home rule was at the center of discussion between local and state officials during a panel at the Rivard Report’s first annual San Antonio CityFest on Saturday.
The main problem with the current school finance structure is a topic that panelists agreed upon: There isn’t enough state money going to public schools.
At three panels during San Antonio CityFest, speakers offered various lenses through which to view San Antonio’s long history and how the city will evolve.
Panelists at San Antonio CityFest discussed issues surrounding affordable housing in a growing city with rising home prices.
Toronto urbanist Gil Penalosa said cities need to create a sense of urgency for addressing multimodal transportation access and safety.
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The festival will bring together civically engaged citizens to connect and imagine our shared future.
The lineup and schedule have been finalized for the three-day event, Nov. 8-10, produced by the Rivard Report in partnership with the Southwest School of Art.