The City has several defined targeted areas that allow for certain incentives to be utilized for development projects.
Central Business District Map (CBD)-Starts at the intersection of Salado and El Paso Streets; north on Salado to its intersection with Frio Street; then northeast in a straight line to the intersection of IH-10 and Cadwalader; south on IH-10 to IH-35; northeast on IH-35 to a perpendicular point connecting with Cherry Street; south on Cherry Street on Durango Boulevard; west of Durango to the San Antonio River; south along the San Antonio River to Arsenal Street; west of Arsenal to El Paso; and then west on El Paso to Salado.
Community Revitalization Action Group Map (CRAG) Defined as the San Antonio city limits prior to 1940, which is a 36 square mile area, with the center being the dome of the San Fernando Cathedral. Hildebrand Avenue to the north, Division Street to the south, Rio Grande Street to the east, and 24th Street to the west
Federal Empowerment Zone Map (EZ) A geographic area designated to allow businesses to receive wage credits, tax incentives, and bond financing to help stimulate job growth, and capital gains and deduction tax incentives to promote economic development in targeted areas.
Inner City Reinvestment and Infill Policy (ICRIP) Areas targeted for reinvestment under the Inner City Reinvestment and Infill Policy. Areas eligible for City and SAWS fee waivers.