Six July “¿que pasa, PASA?” public meetings invite San Antonians to weigh in on public art throughout the city.
Ride the murky, green-tinted water along the snaking 6 1/2-mile path, shaded by willows and cedar elms.
Revenue from the higher tax rate would mostly go toward improvements in the River Authority’s ability to study and predict catastrophic flooding.
The San Antonio River Authority closed the section because children were swimming in the water, which may contain harmful bacteria.
Twelve acres of the Mission Reach were set ablaze Tuesday as the River Authority conducted its first controlled burn on three patches of restored prairie.
The controlled burns planned for June will help regenerate native tallgrass prairie grasses and flowers and help keep out small trees, shrubs, and unwanted plants.
During this Tricentennial year, it is vitally important to recognize and honor the significance of the San Antonio River and its tributaries.
A small slice of the conversation surrounding development and sustainability resurfaced last week at the request of Councilwoman Ana Sandoval.
The Plethora sculpture designed for the San Pedro Creek Culture Park will cost $1.5 million dollars to create, double the budgeted cost.
The Rivard Report offers suggestions for hiking, biking, and paddling in the San Antonio area this Memorial Day weekend.