Infrastructure, public safety, and connectivity among neighborhoods resonated with eight of the 10 candidates who engaged with more than 150 people.
There are fewer homes available in San Antonio for rent through short-term rental platforms than in other large Texas cities – but just enough for neighbors and City Council members to notice.
Councilman Joe Krier’s opinions on public art have earned him a unique nickname and spurred discussion about funding and artist selection.
Countless volunteers came together to remove trash accumulated in the city’s rivers and creeks during the 23rd annual Basura Bash Saturday.
Gallagher announced his decision on Thursday during Council’s regular meeting.
The Council committee agreed Wednesday that something needs to change to ensure more commissioner diversity in terms of residence and perspective, but they disagreed on how to achieve that goal.
Five of Google’s huts will be located within public parks, two at libraries, five at fire stations, one at a police station, one on a vacant parcel, and one near a drainage feature.
City staff reversed its $2 million bond recommendation to convert a portion of McAllister Park into a private little league baseball field Tuesday, responding to concerns voiced by community members that live near the park.
There are 59 parks and recreation-related projects slated to receive funding through the City’s 2017-2022 Bond Program – that is, if the projects worth a total of $116 million are approved by voters during the May 2017 election as part of the total $850 million bond package.
City officials discussed the issue of panhandling Tuesday, after Councilman Mike Gallagher (D10) submitted a Council Consideration Request (CCR) to review the current panhandling ordinance and find ways to strengthen it.