Bexar County Commissioners approved four local artists Tuesday to complete four different works along the San Pedro Creek Improvements Project.
By late 2017, an advanced water catchment system, a sculptural pavilion, and “rescue trees” will become part of Confluence Park on the Mission Reach.
On Thursday, bulldozers and backhoes tore into the ground to widen the creek channel that will be lined with paseos along the two-mile waterway.
H-E-B gave the San Antonio River Foundation $1 million in grant money for the construction of Confluence Park.
Bexar County commissioners approved the latest artistic concepts for the creek’s retaining walls.
Community leaders, business owners, and residents had the opportunity to learn more about the San Pedro Creek Improvements Project from officials Thursday.
Construction on the San Pedro Creek Improvements Project is turning out to be more expensive and more time consuming than initially anticipated.
Utility construction on the long-anticipated San Pedro Creek Improvements Project, which will transform the concrete flood control system into a vibrant linear park, will begin mid-December, officials said Thursday.
The selection is the result of a year-long search that received proposals from local, national, and international artists. The sculpture is a part of the arts component of the San Pedro Creek Improvements project.
Bexar County Commissioners approved a measure Tuesday allowing CoCobijos, a public art piece resembling large cactus leaves, to be installed at the Mission County Park pavilions.