Department of Government and Public Affairs

City Commission on Veterans Affairs
Attention Veterans:

The City Commission on Veterans Affairs is seeking members to serve the Mayor and Council Districts in an advisory role on issues affecting the City's active and retired military populations. Veterans interested in applying for the City Commission on Veterans Affairs should complete the 
online application.


The Commission on Veteran's Affairs is an eleven-member board representing the Mayor and ten City Council Districts. All members must be veterans and may serve no more than three (3) two-year terms. The Commission was chartered by the City Council on April 12,2001 and their first meeting was held on August 29, 2001.


The Commission's mission is to serve the City Council in an advisory capacity on legislative issues affecting the City's military population, both active and retired. It serves as the community's liaison and advocate for veterans' affairs; advises the City Council on issues affecting San Antonio veterans and their families; and makes recommendations for improving services.

Meetings & AGendas

The Commission meets every other month, on the third Monday of the month. The meetings are held at the Municipal Plaza Building, room C.  Commission Agendas are posted three days prior to the meeting at City Hall.

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