On Tuesday, City Manager Erik Walsh will field questions from residents during a citywide conference call about the City of San Antonio’s next budget.
San Antonio City Council will consider new guidelines to enhance public participation in policy formation on Thursday.
The largest budget in the City’s history will, for the first time, use an “equity lens” to allocate resources where they are needed most.
More than a year ago I started an online discussion community for San Antonians to share their ideas and collaborate with each other to improve our city.
The first of five community meetings on the City’s proposed fiscal year 2017 budget took place at Claude Black Community Center on the Eastside Monday evening.
As San Antonio reaches an inflection point, we have a unique opportunity to lend our voices to how we prioritize resources moving forward.
After subtracting money dedicated to capital projects and other restricted funds that are still to be determined, San Antonio City Council – with the help of staff and citizen input – will settle on final numbers in the $1.2 billion 2017 General Fund budget.
The City of San Antonio is inviting citizens to take a deeper dive into the annual budgeting process via the SASpeakUp Survey, which can be taken in English or Spanish and allows participants to try out an interactive budget balancing simulator.
“Millennial Boomtown.” That’s what Forbes called San Antonio in a recent article.