Revenue from the higher tax rate would mostly go toward improvements in the River Authority’s ability to study and predict catastrophic flooding.
The increase would raise the average homeowner’s annual River Authority tax bill from $31.30 to $35.68.
San Pedro Creek, long a neglected urban waterway, is now site of an incredible contrast near Santa Rosa Street.
The sculpture commissioned by Bexar County for the San Pedro Creek project will not be ready for the grand opening of the project’s first segment May 5.
If a Harvey-like Hurricane struck just north of downtown, the River Walk could turn into a “bath tub,” according to the San Antonio River Authority.
Revisions to San Antonio’s impervious cover policies will likely add to the longstanding contention between developers and environmentalists.
The San Antonio River defines our city, and for thousands of years before, our prehistory.
The conversation about the Edwards Aquifer Authority (EAA) on Tuesday would have been very different had it happened 20 years ago.
When San Antonio celebrates its Tricentennial in May 2018, residents and visitors alike will be able to stroll down a portion of the newly restored San Pedro Creek – from its inlet to Dolorosa Street.
Bexar County Commissioners voted unanimously Tuesday to donate $1 million to Confluence Park in memory of Sara “Sally” Buchanan.