San Antonio City Council on Thursday unanimously approved a package of zoning changes aimed at managing development around the missions.
We ask City Council to reschedule the hearing currently set for 2 p.m. Thursday, until new City land-use categorizations are defined and can be understood and equitably applied to everyone.
PechaKucha Vol. 30 took place at Confluence Park.
The ruins of Hot Wells, the turn-of-the-century bathhouse, are rising from the ashes of decay and neglect to become a first of its kind public park on the Southside.
The Legacy Business concept is intended to promote longtime businesses and help preserve the culture and authenticity of the area surrounding the Missions.
San Antonio artist Cruz Ortiz’s Dream Song Tower is being installed at the “gateway to the Southside,” at the intersection of I-35 and Zarzamora Street.
The complex offers one- and two-bedroom apartments with amenities designed to match similar luxury developments throughout the city.
We are in the midst of a new era in District 3, and we continue to celebrate that it is the past, present, and future of this great city.
Last year, Garden Valley was served by a South San Antonio ISD bus route. This year, the bus service was eliminated.
“Southside First is a nonprofit whose mission is to be the voice of prosperity, community bridging, and responsible development.”