The San Antonio Parks and Recreation Department will host a series of events at Brackenridge Park in October and November to showcase the Brackenridge Park Draft Master Plan and how it can improve the existing park.
To the citizens who attended one or more of the eight public input meetings for the Brackenridge Park Master Plan: it seems your voices were heard loud and clear.
This year, 42 Texas children have drowned – 16 of them in a backyard or apartment pool – and three of them were in Bexar County, according to the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services.
Maverick Park is a small, somewhat barren and uninviting pocket park located at the corner of Broadway and Jones south of the Pearl Brewery and east of the San Antonio Museum of Art. Save for occasional festivals, Fiesta parades and other events, Maverick Park usually sits empty most of the year, save for the occasional cluster of homeless visitors.
The San Antonio Parks and Recreation Department has deployed 10 trail stewards along the Salado, Leon Creek, and Medina River trails of the Howard W. Peak Greenway Trails System to promote safety, render aid, and help cyclists, runners, and pedestrians who are new trail users with maps and directions.
Summer is a great time of the year to try something new, especially when you live in a city as culturally diverse and community-centered as San Antonio.
An army of more than 200 volunteers came together at San Antonio’s Brooks Park yesterday morning.
Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. once said, “Everybody can be great because anybody can serve.”
City Year San Antonio (CYSA) a local education non-profit wholly focused on improving San Antonio’s dropout rate, took a break from routine in-school service to host more than 300 volunteers in community service projects to celebrate “A Day On, Not a Day Off” in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
The service event took place on Saturday, Jan.
Who would have thought that someday the city and nature would meet on San Antonio’s Northwest side?