San Pedro Creek, long a neglected urban waterway, is now site of an incredible contrast near Santa Rosa Street.
HDRC on Wednesday gave conceptual approval to the land bridge that would connect the east and west sides of Phil Hardberger Park.
New walkways will form a continuous artery from the entrance at the Brackenridge Park pedestrian bridge to the entrance at the Hildebrand gate.
At 1,500 acres, The Presidio of San Francisco is one of the largest and arguably one of the most unique urban national parks in the country.
City officials broke ground Friday on a $2.6 million improvement project for Martin Luther King Park that will add lighting, connect the Eastside park with an adjacent sports complex and add monuments to emphasize the park’s historical significance.
Most credited the bond tour and conversation with the Council members that appointed them for the change of heart in funding Hardberger and Hemisfair parks.
The sixth annual Parktoberfest will return to Brackenridge Park on Sunday, Sept.
Westside neighbors celebrated the opening of the Apache Creek Linear Trail Saturday morning as locals walked and rode bikes along the newly paved trail.
More than 100 citizens poured into The Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center Monday afternoon to express concerns about the Brackenridge Park Master Plan during the fourth of six public meetings this summer hosted by the City of San Antonio Parks and Recreation Department. Some citizens provided input to help develop the vision for the proposed park plan, but many citizens told master plan designers that the proposed changes aren’t wanted or needed.
City Parks & Recreation Department staff presented a number of recommendations to City Council on Wednesday that will, according to its research, enhance the Howard W. Peak Greenway Trail System, an in-progress network of multi-use, paved trails that wind along the city’s creeks and connect to several public parks.