Resources
  Adopted West/Southwest Sector Plan - April 21, 2011
  Document presented to Planning Commission - April 13, 2011
  Changes to Document since March 22, 2011
  Draft Document - March 22, 2011
  Draft Document - March 8, 2011
  Draft Foreword to Chapter 3 - February 8, 2011

  Draft Goals & Strategies - January 25
  Revised Goals & Strategies with Comments from Planning Team - January 25
  Draft Goals & Strategies - December 14
  Revised Vision - November 30
  Revised Goals - November 30
  Revised Goals with Comments from Planning Team - November 30
  Draft Visions - November 1
  Draft Goals - November 1
  Draft Themes - October 12
 
Background Information for West/Southwest Sector
  Map Atlas
  2005 Population Density
  Projected Demographic Data
  Mass Transit and Non-Vehicular Transportation System
  Vehicular and Aviation Transportation System
  Funded Transportation Projects
  Funded Infrastructure Projects
  Water Service
  Wastewater Service
  Future SAWS Projects
  Future BexarMet Projects
  Future CPS Energy Projects
  2005 Employment Concentration
  2005 Median Home Value
  2005 Percent Homeownership
  Education Facilities
  Community Facilities
  Historic Farms and Ranches
  Storm Water
  Parks and Open Spaces
  Edwards Aquifer and Karst Zones
  Existing Land Uses
  Adopted and Accepted Plans
  Existing Zoning
  Neighborhood Associations
  City Council Districts
  Bexar County Commissioners
  Lackland AFB Military Influence Area
 
 
Quick Updates
quick updates
The West/Southwest Sector Plan was adopted as a
component of the City's Comprehensive Master Plan by
City Council April 21, 2011.
 

   Adopted West/Southwest Sector Plan

   Adopted Land Use Plan with Parcel Boundaries 34x44




 
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