Written by City of San Antonio on Feb 4 2014 - 3:35pm
Mayor Julián Castro and County Judge Nelson Wolff, along with Councilwoman Ivy Taylor, announced the City and County’s partnership to enhance the Menger Creek Drainage project. The City allocated $6.5 million from the 2012 bond for the reconstruction of the Menger Creek Channel and an additional $4 million is being contributed by the County. Benefits from this partnership will assist in removing properties from the floodplain, and create a natural destination park for the EastPoint Community.
Written by City of San Antonio on Feb 4 2014 - 1:25pm
San Antonio Water System’s (SAWS) project to clean downtown sewer infrastructure around Commerce and Alamo streets will begin at midnight, Feb. 1. Phase 1: Feb. 1 – Feb. 5* The Downtown Project’s Phase I will begin on Feb. 1 at midnight. Feb. 1: Two lanes on Commerce St. and one bus lane on Alamo St. will remain closed from midnight until Feb. 5. Feb. 1: Set up equipment to by-pass existing sewer lines. This includes piping and traffic ramps on Alamo.
Written by Kris_Serold on Jan 30 2014 - 10:42am
On Monday, Feb. 10, join Frank Christopher for an exclusive screening of his documentary, a national project telling stories of communities creating green solutions for our water blues – featuring San Antonio and the region, followed by a panel discussion.  Christopher, who will moderate the panel discission, is an award-winning public television documentarian. His work has garnered the highest recognition including an Academy Award nomination for best feature-length documentary and six Emmy Awards.
Written by Antonio Rodriguez on Aug 16 2012 - 2:30pm
VIA Metropolitan Transit will hold a public meeting for the planning and site selection phase of the U.S. Highway 281 North Park and Ride project. Phase 1 of the U.S. 281 project includes the development of a park and ride facility to provide improved mobility to the downtown area from the far North Side. The planning and site selection process is under way, and this public meeting is designed to give interested parties the opportunity to share their thoughts and opinions on the project.
Written by Antonio Rodriguez on Aug 11 2010 - 8:53pm
Films produced by teams of San Antonio filmmakers for the 48 Hour Film Project will be shown locally at 7 p.m. on Aug. 19 at the Cameo Theatre, 1123 East Commerce St.This project has traveled from city to city all over the globe for the past nine years, pushing filmmakers to their limits by assigning a genre and required elements, such as a prop or line of dialogue, and setting them loose to produce a four-minute to seven-minute short film in just 48 hours.