The City of San Antonio’s Transportation and Capital Improvements department presented the attached list of recommended projects for the 2017 – 2022 Bond Program to Mayor and Council at today’s City Council B Session briefing. City staff, in consultation with other City departments, Mayor and City Council Offices, public and private agencies, as well as residents, developed the list of recommended projects. The bond program allows the City to make major investments in basic infrastructure, such as streets, sidewalks, drainage and other community facilities. The 2017 – 2022 Bond Program is anticipated to be $850 million.
Categories: 2017 Bond
Concern from our community has been raised regarding the building of baseball fields and related amenities for Capitol Park Little League to relocate to McAllister Park. Based on community input, and in coordination with District 10 Councilman Mike Gallagher, City staff is recommending that Capitol Park Little League not be relocated to McAllister Park.
SAN ANTONIO (May 10, 2017) — With voter approval of the 2017-2022 Bond Program on Saturday, May 6, the City of San Antonio is moving forward this week with the release of three Requests for Qualifications (RFQs) for engineering and design, as with the 2007 and 2012 Bond programs. Design consultants for Civil Engineering, Architecture and Landscape Architecture for the bond projects will be selected in 2017.
SAN ANTONIO (October 5, 2017) — As part of the mass selection of design consultants for the 2017-2022 Bond Program, 107 contracts estimated at $58 million were approved by City Council to move forward onto the design phase. The contracts included 48 streets and drainage, 14 buildings, and 45 park related projects. The City’s utilization of local small, minority, and women-owned businesses, surpassed previous results achieved during the 2012 bond mass selection process. In total, 74 unique prime consultants were selected for award by City Council, of which 97 percent firms are located within the San Antonio Metropolitan Statistical Area.
Categories: 2017 Bond, 2017 Bond Events
Tags: Historic Preservation, TCI, Transportation & Capital Improvements, 2017-2022 Bond Program, Parks & Recreation, Bond Program, park improvement, Council District 10, D10, Perrin Homstead Historic Center