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It all started with a survey about your budget priorities... but now, it’s easier than ever to speak up to make your community a better place! San Antonio, we need you to speak up. Bookmark this site to see how you can make your voice heard by speaking up through quick surveys or meeting up with us at community events and open houses.


Here’s How SASpeakUp Works.


Stage 1:
Community Engagement

Tell the City of San Antonio what ideas you have to make our community a better place. Speak up by taking a quick survey on a variety of topics or meet up with us at upcoming events to learn more about City services and initiatives.

Stage 2:
Under Review

Your feedback will be shared with City leaders and carefully considered. Keep checking this site to see what you and your neighbors said and see how your input is helping your city take shape.

Stage 3:
Final Report

A final feedback report was presented to City leaders. Your input is critical to the City’s process.

Stage 4:

Whether new projects, services, budgets or programs – your feedback helped shape the work the City conducts in the community. See how your voice made a difference and invite your friends and family to speak up!




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Event date: 11/7/2018 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM Export event
Melanie Morales (GPA)
/ Categories: Parks, Parques

Follow-Up Concept Plan (O.P. Schnabel Park Expansion)

Department of Parks and Recreation

Carl Wanke Elementary School, 10419 Old Prue Rd. (in school cafeteria)
This open house is a follow-up event to a previous community discussion about the future development and expansion of O.P. Schnabel Park on the grounds of the former Alamo Golf Club. See design concepts based on your input then make your voice heard again!




Citizens to be Heard takes place at 6 p.m. on Wednesdays following City Council B Session.
Registration is from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. the day of and can be done online or in-person at 114 W. Commerce.

Learn more or register here

Meet Up

Upcoming Events

19 Jan 2019 Forest Hills Branch Library Renovation Refresh - $900,000 1/19/2019 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Forest Hills Branch Library, 5245 Ingram Rd, 78228, San Antonio Council District 7
Participate in Library improvements! Please join us at Forest Hills Branch Library on January 19 to learn about planned improvements included in the 2017 - 2022 Bond Program and give your feedback.

23 Jan 2019 Come out and meet City Manager Finalist Erik Walsh! 1/23/2019 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

UTSA Downtown Campus, Buena Vista Theater, 501 W. Cesar Chavez Blvd. Free parking available at Lot D3 under I-35 (map)
Come out and meet City Manager Finalist Erik Walsh! Do you have a question for the finalist? Click here to RSVP and submit your question. You can also send us your question on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram with the hashtag #SASpeakUpCM! For more information on the process, visit

If you can’t make it in person, watch live right here at

Spanish and ASL interpretation are available.

Eventbrite - SASpeakUp: It's Your City Manager. Let's Talk.
24 Jan 2019 SA Parks System Plan 1/24/2019 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
parks flyer

Salvation Army – Peacock Center, 2810 W. Ashby Place, San Antonio, TX 78201
The City of San Antonio Parks and Recreation Department is seeking your feedback on the Draft 2019-2029 SA Parks System Plan. This plan will guide future planning decisions on the expansion, capital improvements and programming of the more than 250 City-owned parks and recreational facilities, 15,000 plus acres of green space, and over 181 miles of trails. 

Your input is important. Please take a few minutes to review the plan, send us your thoughts, and join us on January 24th! Your ideas, insights and suggestions are essential to a successful parks system and to ensure the SA Parks System Plan reflects the diverse needs of our community.

For more information and to view the plan visit:

4 Feb 2019 Woodlawn Lake: Preserving Sense of Place 2/4/2019

District 7, Salvation Army, 615 Peacock
Residents and business owners in the Woodlawn Lake area are invited to learn about potential strategies for preserving the sense of place found at Woodlawn Lake Park and provide important feedback to help establish community goals.

16 Feb 2019 Las Palmas Branch Library Renovation Refresh - $1.8M 2/16/2019 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Las Palmas Branch Library, 515 Castroville Road, 78237, San Antonio Council District 5
Participate in Library improvements! Please join us at Las Palmas Branch Library on February 16 to learn about planned improvements included in the 2017 - 2022 Bond Program and give your feedback.

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