Right smack dab in the middle of the more than 72,000 creatives attending the SXSW Conference in Austin was San Antonio’s “cultural embassy.”
Since 2010, SA2020 has been tracking San Antonio’s progress as as city that is growing in both diversity and population.
Dozens of local organizations are hosting day-long festivities, social media awareness campaigns, and other events for #GivingTuesday.
For the past six months, I’ve been studying Smart City approaches in the United States and China, as part of a Zhi-Xing China Eisenhower Fellowship.
The month of September is recognized nationally as Attendance Awareness Month.
Now that the SA Tomorrow Comprehensive Plan has been approved by City Council, several members want to see its steps implemented sooner rather than later.
Mayor Ivy Taylor announced her picks for the 2017 Municipal Bond Program tri-chair positions Tuesday, signaling one of the first steps in the lead up to next year’s May election when San Antonians will vote on a package of $850 million in capital projects.
Jeffrey Arndt, president and CEO of VIA Metropolitan Transit, uses a “peanut butter sandwich” metaphor when comparing VIA’s funding to what transit agencies get in other major Texas cities.
San Antonio City Council will soon consider modifying incentives that the City uses to encourage urban core residential development.
The year 2020 has long represented San Antonio’s aspirations as a city.