Written by Vivian Lopez on Jun 8 2022 - 1:25pm
San Antonio Parks and Recreation and Public Works Department are hosting the fourth meeting on Tuesday, June 14 at 6 p.m. regarding the Brackenridge Park 2017-2022 Bond Project. The meeting will be held virtually and in person at the Witte Museum. Learn about the restoration and preservation of the park's historic assets including the 1776 Upper Labor Diversion Dam, 1870's Brackenridge Park Pump House and 1920's River Walls. To register and watch the meeting virtually, click here.
Written by Vivian Lopez on May 20 2022 - 12:08pm
Vocal public support for Brackenridge Park’s heritage trees has so far blocked San Antonio from carrying out a controversial plan to destroy more than 100 of them. On May 24, San Antonio’s Parks and Recreation and Public Works Department will hold its third meeting for the public to learn and discuss the fate of the trees and the broader Brackenridge 2017 Bond project. However, due to the public’s anger and frustration with the previous meetings’ format, the city is now calling for a fourth meeting for public input. 
Written by Vivian Lopez on May 13 2022 - 1:16pm
San Antonio Parks and Recreation and Public Works Department are hosting a series of public meetings regarding the Brackenridge Park 2017-2022 Bond Project. Learn about the restoration and preservation of the park's historic assets including the 1776 Upper Labor Diversion Dam, 1870's Brackenridge Park Pump House and 1920's River Walls. (Optional) Click here to register for the meeting to receive a meeting reminder or to attend virtually.
Written by Edmond Ortiz on Dec 14 2016 - 5:25pm
Members of COPS/Metro Alliance say the city’s bond-funded effort to encourage affordable housing in distressed areas is flawed, and hope the proposal will be retooled to meet current homeowners’ problems.
Written by Edmond Ortiz on Nov 29 2016 - 1:40am
Members of a COPS/Metro Alliance "action team" are unsure how to take on part of the city's planned 2017 bond that could dedicate $20 million toward affordable housing.
Written by Edmond Ortiz on Nov 3 2016 - 12:45pm
Residents packed the auditorium at San Antonio Central Library Nov. 2 to speak in support of millions of dollars in bond-funded projects to improve the city's largest parks, including Brackenridge, Hardberger, McAllister and the Hemisfair Civic Park. The meeting was the last chance for citizens to be heard by the Parks and Recreation Bond Committee on proposals for the $850 million bond package that will go before voters in 2017.
Written by Mark Tirpak on Jul 18 2016 - 3:05pm
Has Westside Creek Flood Hazard Mitigation and Pedestrian Connectivity Been Short-Changed by Planned Downtown San Pedro Creek Improvements? Will Work and Spending in the Next Five Years Address Lopsided Implementation?