2017-2022 Bond Program
2017-2022 Bond


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Municipal Plaza Building
114 W. Commerce St
San Antonio, TX 78205

2017-2017 Bond Program Email


  • April Alcoser LunaEmail
    Public Relations Manager


City of San Antonio Proposed 2017-2022 Bond Program

On May 6, 2017, voters passed an $850 million General Obligation Bond Program.

2017-2022 Bond Project Map

2017-2022 Bond Project MapFind out all about the Bond Program projects. More

2017-2022 Bond Info Guide

2017-2022 Bond Info GuideFind out all about the Bond Program in this Info Guide. More

Guía Informativa bonos 2017-2022

Guía Informativa del Programa de bonos 2017-2022 Encuentra toda la información acerca del programa de bonos.More


Mass Selection of Design Consultants

On May 6, 2017, the San Antonio public approved six propositions for the City’s 2017-2022 Bond Program totaling $850 million and including 180 projects. With voter approval, TCI is ready to get to work with the design and construction industry to deliver the street, drainage, parks and facility projects.

On Tuesday, May 9th, TCI released three Requests for Qualifications (RFQs) for design services for 105 projects in the Bond Program. In the Civil Engineering RFQ, we are soliciting design services for 44 street, pedestrian mobility, intersection and drainage projects. In the Architecture RFQ, we are soliciting design services for 14 library, community center, fire station and sports facility projects. In the Landscape Architecture RFQ we are soliciting design services for 47 park projects.

May 24th Pre-Submittal Conference

A Pre-Submittal Conference is scheduled to be held on Wednesday, May 24, 2017 at 1:30 pm in Conference Room 221 at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center located at 200 East Market Street. During this conference, City staff will present general information on the 2017-2022 Bond Program, the solicitation requirements, rules and instructions, SBEDA application, and respond to questions regarding the recently released RFQs. Attendance is strongly encouraged. For more information, see the Convention Center parking options.

For more information on bidding and contracting opportunities, visit  the City of San Antonio 2017-2022 Bond Program.

Mass Selection Presentation 

Key Features

The 2017 Bond Program was developed with an extensive Public Input Process. From October to December 2016, 160 residents comprising five Community Bond Committees appointed by the Mayor and City Council Members met to review and discuss initial staff recommended projects. The meetings provided citizens an opportunity to provide suggestions for projects. There were 30 meetings held including five tours. More than 1,400 residents were in attendance at these meetings and 350 resident comments were made. The Community Bond Committees recommendations were presented to the City Council on Wednesday, January 11, 2017, and the City Council approved more than 94% of the Committee's recommendations for inclusion.

Some of the key features of the 2017 Bond Program include:

  • The $850 Million Bond program will not require a City Property Tax Rate
  • 70% of the Bond dollars will be dedicated to street and drainage infrastructure projects 
  • The program includes over 200 planned miles of new sidewalk construction 
  • The Parks Proposition will improve 25% of our City's parks 
  • Through coordination with state, local and private partnerships, the City will leverage $350 million in outside funding within 37 of the Bond Program projects 
  • Only 20% of the $850 Million Bond Program is for Downtown specific projects, over 80%, or $680 million of the Bond is for Council District Projects 
  • The 180 projects selected align with 11 Guiding Principles and the City's SA Tomorrow Growth Plan (Guiding Principles include investing in Major Corridors and Increasing Connectivity) 
  • There is a planned 2017 Bond Program project within one mile of where a San Antonio residents lives or works 
  • The City has the highest credit rating available ("AAA") which allows the borrowing of money at the lowest interest rates possible putting more property tax dollars into infrastructure projects 
  • The City has a strong record of completing its General Obligation Bond Programs on time, within budget, and with quality improvements (as seen with the 2007 and 2012 Bond Programs)

Recent News

The Source: How Could The 2017 Bond Package Reshape San Antonio's Future?

City of San Antonio City Manager, Sheryl Sculley, talks to The Source about the proposed 2017 Bond and how it can help reshape San Antonio’s future.

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In a recent San Antonio Express-News article written by David Hendricks, the City of San Antonio was recognized for having a AAA bond rating.

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CITY OF San antonio's First Neighborhood improvements Bond

In a recent Texas Public Radio interview, City officials talk about Neighborhood Improvements as part of the proposed 2017 Bond Program.

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News Releases

2017-2022 Bond Program

News releases pertaining to 2017-2022 Bond Program.

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By 2040, our city is expected to receive over 1 million additional people. SA Tomorrow is an innovative, three-prong planning effort to guide the city toward smart, sustainable growth. 

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