Two top officials at the City of San Antonio are headed to new jobs at the San Antonio Water System, according to City and SAWS officials.
The $2.8 billion fiscal year 2019 budget calls for increased spending for a host of City services, including street infrastructure to the tune of $110 million.
As the City of San Antonio prepares next year’s budget, sidewalks will be near the top of the priority list.
Pedestrian deaths in San Antonio are down since 2016, according to new data, but 51 pedestrian deaths in 2017 is still unacceptable, local leaders say.
From flooding in the basement to electrical and plumbing issues, City Hall needs more than just “Band-Aids,” TCI Director Mike Frisbie said.
Area residents are concerned the proposed railroad overpass at South Zarzamora Street and Frio City Road would hurt neighboring businesses.
More than half of the City of San Antonio’s sidewalk budget doesn’t actually go to sidewalks, Councilman Roberto Treviño (D1) said Monday.
The renovations would begin in September 2018 and require nearly 1,500 City employees from 22 departments to relocate for a 15-month period.
All of the 180 projects are at different progress stages, but they are moving forward to meet their ideal completion dates in or before 2022.
The move comes after residents living near a hut in Haskin Park complained that it damaged the park and was built without community input.