San Antonio enjoys a diverse industry portfolio that continues to strengthen and build upon the city's historic economic base. Diverse industry strengths have emerged in recent years, making San Antonio one of the most recession resistant economies in the country. Combining the global connections with a focus on jobs and investments the City seeks to create a globally competitive and internationally connected economic development environment that supports entrepreneurs and businesses of all sizes toward investment and job creation.
The Mayor and City Council are the community’s key decision makers. They focus on: the provision and efficiency of basic services; their district’s growth; capital improvement projects; land use and development; the city’s financial growth and economic development; and other important issues. Council members focus on how City policies not only meet the needs of their constituents, but also how they meet the goals of the entire community.
The 2014 City of San Antonio Martin Luther King, Jr. Commemoration marks the 27th anniversary of the City's celebration of the life and legacy of Dr. King. Join one of the largest marches and commemorations in the U.S. aimed at honoring and continuing Dr. King's legacy.
San Antonio is an amazing place. Throughout the SA 2020 process, you proved it by showing up in droves on weeknights and Saturdays to dream about our city`s future. At a time when other big American cities reflect the skeptical chords of our national discourse, we had local CEOs sitting side-by-side with grassroots activists in a dialogue that looked like folks chatting over the backyard fence.
Located just below the headwaters of the San Antonio River, Brackenridge Park and the surrounding area has been a gathering place since prehistoric times. There is evidence of human visitation and occupation extending back at least 11,000 years. Native American artifacts dating as early as 9200 B.C. have been found in the Olmos Basin and near Hildebrand Avenue. The Japanese Tea Garden, San Antonio Zoo and Sunken Garden Theatre are located at Brackenridge Park.
Luminaria is San Antonio's annual celebration of art and artists. Held in March and overseen by San Antonio's creative leaders, it is free of charge and showcases all art forms in an outdoor setting and inside various venues downtown. Luminaria spotlights San Antonio's cultural assets for local citizens and visitors alike.
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Pre-K 4 SA pre-enrollment extended at two locations until Aug. 9
The Pre-K 4 SA Program will continue pre-enrollment through Friday, Aug. 9, 2013, at two locations: Thousand Oaks Library and the Claude Black Community Center.
Hearings scheduled to provide residents opportunity to participate in FY 2014 City Budget Process
San Antonio residents are invited to provide their feedback on the City's Fiscal Year 2014 Budget by attending regional community hearings.
Residents invited to join the 2013 City of San Antonio Charitable Campaign Kick-Off Luncheon
Residents are invited to join the City of San Antonio on Friday, Aug. 16, 2013 at the Alamodome from 11 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
City of San Antonio’s ‘AAA’ Bond Rating Affirmed
The City of San Antonio’s ‘AAA’ general obligation bond rating has been affirmed by the three major bond rating agencies, Standard & Poor’s, Fitch, and Moody’s.
San Antonio obesity rate drops below state average
The San Antonio Metropolitan Health District (Metro Health) has recently announced that the obesity rate in San Antonio and Bexar County plunged from 35.1 percent to 28.5 percent between 2010 and 2012.
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