Addressing & Street Name Change

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Cliff Morton Development and Business Services Center
1901 South Alamo Street
San Antonio, TX 78204

Phone:
210.207.1111

Hours:
7:45 am - 4:30 pm (Mon - Fri)
Closed on City Holidays

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Addressing IN THE CITY OF SAN ANTONIO

Addresses are assigned using the City’s Addressing Grid which follows a formula of one address for every 50 feet in increments of four (i.e. 502, 506, 510, etc.). After an address is calculated, adjustments may be made to ensure a new address assignment is within the sequence of addresses assigned. Addressing residential and non-residential properties includes building and suite numbers, accessory structures, and legal descriptions.

It is important to use an address that is officially assigned by the City of San Antonio. Using an alternative or unofficial address could result in an unnecessary delay in emergency response times, mail delivery and would delay building permit and utility services.

For further information on the assignment of addresses including building, suite, unit or apartment numbers, please refer to:

The Addressing Section can be contacted at DSD Addressing Section.


If your property is outside the City of San Antonio Limits, and within the unincorporated area of the Extraterritorial Jurisdiction (ETJ) and within Bexar County, then CPS Energy will issue the address. For further information, you may contact CPS Energy at 210.353.4050 or the Accounts and Addressing Department via email at  Addressing@CPSEnergy.com.

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If you want to request a street name change for a public street or add a memorial designation to an existing City street our department can help you with the application submittal and review process. A complete application must be filed with the Development Services Department. In accordance with Local Government Code Section 6-674, to initiate a street name change you must meet certain criteria. You can find additional information in the Request for Street Name Change Form.

The business process includes:

  • Technical Review of the application
  • Public Hearing and Planning Commission Consideration
  • Public Hearing and City Council Consideration
  • If approved, installation of the street signs

For further information on the street name change process, please email the Addressing Section at DSD Addressing Section.

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