A TIRZ board approved its contribution of $1.5 million toward $6.5 million slated to be used for affordable housing next year.
San Antonio City Council may consider a program for community land trusts aimed at combating housing displacement in gentrifying neighborhoods.
“We Live Here,” a Monday night exhibition of student photography at Brick at the Blue Star Arts Complex, addressed East side gentrification.
Criticism from housing advocates is prompting the City of San Antonio to consider accelerating its process for developing housing displacement policies.
COPS Metro wants to see stronger action from the mayor and City Council to prevent people being priced out of their homes or apartments.
Around 70 people attended a community meeting to help the City figure out how to spend $1 million allocated toward addressing displacement.
Better development guidelines and community engagement are keys to sustainable neighborhood growth, panelists said during the Future SA Forum.
The housing task force will present a list of suggested policies, goals, and actions to San Antonio’s City Council next week.
The appointed task force is now finalizing those recommendations designed to help the City of San Antonio form a comprehensive policy.
Urban sprawl, affordable housing, and sidewalks were among the top issues that City Councilman Roberto Treviño (D1) emphasized Tuesday.