Mobile Fit San Antonio vehicle
takes fitness on the road
Cooler fall weather is ahead--a perfect time to head to your City parks to ramp up your fitness routine with Fitness in the Park classes. A new added attraction is the Parks and Recreation Department's Mobile Fit San Antonio vehicle. We're taking Fitness in the Park classes on the road. This retrofitted vehicle comes with fitness equipment and a health kiosk for screenings such as blood pressure and Body Mass Index (BMI).
The unit offers free fitness classes such as boot camps, aerobics-based exercise, Zumba and more. Best of all, Mobile Fit San Antonio is available to travel to your community events throughout year. Interested? Click below for more information and the community event form.
Public Input Meeting
The City of San Antonio will conduct a public hearing to name Thunderbird Hills Park to Jane Dubel Thunderbird Hills Park on February 9, 2015. Jane Dubel has been the President of the Thunderbird Hills Neighborhood Association for the past twelve years and has dedicated her time and effort in pursuit of projects beneficial to the community. Most recently Mrs. Dubel advocated for a new neighborhood park to be considered as part of the 2012-2017 Bond Program. Funds in the amount of $350,000 went towards acquiring and developing a park in the Thunderbird Hills neighborhood. Mrs. Dubel also worked with City representatives in pursuing and obtaining the KaBoom! playground grant. She helped recruit more than 150 volunteers and on November 7, 2014, with support from the Walt Disney Company and ESPN, a new playground was built. The hearing will be held in the Powell Elementary School, Cafeteria, 6003 Thunder Drive at 6:30 p.m. For more information call 207-8480.