The San Antonio River Authority closed the section because children were swimming in the water, which may contain harmful bacteria.
During this Tricentennial year, it is vitally important to recognize and honor the significance of the San Antonio River and its tributaries.
San Pedro Creek, long a neglected urban waterway, is now site of an incredible contrast near Santa Rosa Street.
Fostering the local travel and hospitality industry has been a worthwhile and economically sound investment, and that won’t change.
We must work to keep San Antonio moving in a direction that attracts more of its youth to return to work, start new businesses, and grow their families.
The first segment of the San Pedro Creek Culture Park – stretching from near Fox Tech High School to Houston Street – will debut May 5.
Located on the western edge of downtown San Antonio, the first segment of the San Pedro Creek Culture Park will open to the public on May 5.
More details were released Friday about the Tricentennial’s citywide Commemorative Week, May 1-6.
After more than a year of construction, colorful tile murals, cypress tree saplings, and the infrastructure of the first segment of the San Pedro Creek Culture Park are visible with only 30 days until its official grand opening.
An early preview of Commemorative Week, May 1-6, special events throughout San Antonio celebrate the 300th birthday of the community.