Construction on San Pedro Creek’s next phases is scheduled to begin in March 2020 as part of a $175 million redevelopment project that began in 2016.
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.
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.
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.
When completed, the office will allow SAISD to consolidate 30 departments spread throughout six district facilities.
The new federal courthouse design no longer includes a federal training center for judges, and shrank by more than 5,000 square feet.
Bacteria remains the largest single pollution problem in the San Antonio River basin, according to the San Antonio River Authority’s most recent Clean Rivers Report.
San Antonio got half its average amount of rain so far this year. That means dry springs and continued watering restrictions.
The San Antonio River Authority closed the section because children were swimming in the water, which may contain harmful bacteria.