Downtown San Antonio needs to be accessible to everyone, CityFest San Antonio panelists agreed on Saturday.
On Saturday, the City and the University of Texas at San Antonio, are holding a tree-planting event followed by a free tree giveaway at UTSA’s main campus.
The goal is to enroll 250 additional Hispanic, minority, and low-income students to become teachers certified in bilingual education, ESL, math, or science.
Not all downtown SA history happened at Alamo Plaza. The city’s two other downtown plazas have also brought forth troves of secrets from the city’s 300-year history.
One event at the International Downtown Association conference gave a glimpse into two Southside neighborhoods fighting against the odds to achieve revival.
In a resolution approved Tuesday, commissioners said Bexar County will take “active steps” to ready its downtown property for UTSA's use.
The City agreed to sell about 4 acres of vacant land and parking lots to the University of Texas at San Antonio as part of its downtown campus expansion.
The university announced Friday that enrollment hit an all-time record at more than 32,000 students, showing 4.7 percent growth over the previous year.
San Antonio's Northwest Side is home to the most people with bachelor's degrees in technology-related fields, according U.S. Census Bureau 2016 estimates.
Blue Duck Scooters was slated to release its electric scooters near The University of Texas at San Antonio main campus on Tuesday.