The sustainability-focused event offered live music, food trucks and booths with organizations like the San Antonio Botanical Garden, the Edwards Aquifer Authority, Texas Master Naturalists, and Keep San Antonio Beautiful.
*Sponsored* On Saturday, June 8, the San Antonio River Authority hosts CreekFest, an eco-friendly community festival, at the San Pedro Creek Culture Park.
The River Walk extension is considered the spark for over $2 billion in development, far beyond the original expectations for the Museum Reach project.
If approved, the San Antonio River Authority’s tax rate would stay the same next fiscal year at 1.86 cents per $100 of assessed value.
Plans for the puddle, which played a key role in San Antonio’s founding, include lining its bottom with 24-karat gold leaf to prevent water infiltration.
The dam and its pond are teeming with wildlife, and people of all ages and walks of life are drawn to the shores of the pond for recreation and the scenery.
Flashy or modest? The conversation in Commissioners Court last week regarding San Pedro Creek sparked debate about the role politics should play in public art.
After local artists presented a new piece for the San Pedro Creek Culture Park, county commissioners said they were concerned about its design.
The Southside park joins notable institutions such as Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture in receiving the award.
Instead of getting $25 million, Bexar County will get $4.4 million in federal reimbursements for the Mission Reach in fiscal year 2019.