City Council unanimously approved an ordinance Thursday promoting Erik Walsh from deputy city manager to the top job being vacated by Sheryl Sculley.
The City has pressed the pause button on the mushrooming local scooter fleet with a moratorium on applications for its dockless vehicle pilot program.
Councilman Roberto Treviño (D1) is asking each of his City Council colleagues for $7,000 to fund a mobile shower unit to serve homeless people.
Architects on Tuesday unveiled two conceptual plans for Plaza Guadalupe, both designed to improve amenitied, programming, safety, and security.
Councilman Rey Saldaña (D4) said this week he will not vote in favor of a proposed hotel fee unless some of the money is set aside to fight homelessness.
Mayor Ron Nirenberg formed an ad hoc committee charged with reviewing options for revising the recently-adopted paid sick leave ordinance.
City Council unanimously approved a resolution Thursday to support women’s health, safety, and economic opportunity.
The three propositions proposed by the fire union are among the most hotly debated items on the ballot.
The City of San Antonio has 3,600 employees who work downtown and wants to shrink the number of those who drive to work alone.
A City budget amendment, expected to be approved Thursday, allocates $400,000 from the general fund for the Westside Arts Coalition.