Written by City of San Antonio on Mar 30 2021 - 3:46pm
Common sense tips can keep every member of your family safe at the party.
Written by Edmond Ortiz on Mar 28 2021 - 10:52pm
Following a pandemic-forced cancellation in 2020, the annual South by Southwest conference returned this year, albeit completely virtual. Multiple panels and presentations traversed topics of institutional inclusion, healthcare equity, homelessness and climate change, with input from several Texan experts. The panel “Inspiring Faith to Climate Action” delved into how climate scientists, ministers and young evangelicals try to appeal to faith-based audiences in their efforts to convince governments to reduce actions that are causing climate change.
Written by Javier and Jai Ponce on Mar 18 2021 - 12:02am
Mother Nature can be extremely unpredictable. You certainly would not expect to see 70 degrees in Boston in January, but that’s exactly what happened in 2020. One year later, Mother Nature flipped the script, bringing an unexpected and unprecedented snowstorm to our southern Texas area. Most of us and our plants in San Antonio were caught off guard—and rightfully so.
Written by Texas Parks an… on Mar 16 2021 - 2:40pm
Spring is upon us and that means the start of Texas’ amazing spring wildflower season. Late winter annuals and perennials lead the 2021 flora parade along Texas highways and state lands within our diverse eco-regions and vernal landscapes.
Written by City of San Antonio on Mar 16 2021 - 1:52pm
San Antonio Parks and Recreation presents Jammin’ Jams, a free, drive thru fruit tree adoption event from 8 a.m. until Noon or while supplies last. Six hundred fruit trees will be available including apple, fig, lemon, lime, nectarine, orange, and pear. Quantities are limited and are first come, first serve. One tree available per car.
Written by Guest (not verified) on Mar 2 2021 - 3:08pm
Southwest Pipe Trades Association offers plumbing tips in wake of recent winter storm: As Texans assess the damages caused during the recent severe winter storms, the Southwest Pipe Trades Association would like to provide as much information to Texas residents as possible to ensure all homes and businesses return to a working capability as soon as possible.
Written by Karen Goode on Feb 27 2021 - 2:47pm
The COVID-19 pandemic and crushing winter storms have left many tenants facing enormous stress and lots of questions.
Written by CharlotteAnne Lucas on Feb 22 2021 - 7:32pm
San Antonio residents may be able to get financial help to repair water pipes broken in the freezing weather under the Community Pipe Repair fund - CPR fund - announced in partnership with the San Antonio Water System, the San Antonio Spurs and Wells Fargo. Mayor Ron Nirenberg said early tallies found more than 3,000 SAWS customers had to shut off their water because of broken pipes from the disastrous February storm. "We think there may be many more than that, and this is precisely why we put together this relief fund," he said.
Written by Rebecca Espinoza on Feb 20 2021 - 1:37pm
The City of San Antonio, Bexar County and the San Antonio Food Bank Bottle and Water distribution closed on March 4 at 5 p.m. after distributing more than 5,000 flats of water. The City will continue to provide bottled water delivery to vulnerable residents including homebound seniors and apartment complexes with no drinking water through March 6, 2021. Delivery availability is limited but can be requested by calling 311.
Written by CharlotteAnne Lucas on Feb 17 2021 - 7:01pm
San Antonio Water System customers no longer have to boil their drinking water. The agency ended the advisory on Feb. 23 with an announcement on Twitter: