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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.

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SPEAK UP TODAY!

Join your neighbors and share your bright ideas today!

budget survey

Take the survey about the FY2020 Budget

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FY2020 Budget

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Take the survey about the SA Climate Action Plan

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Climate Action

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Take the survey about Dockless Vehicles

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Dockless Vehicles

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Roosevelt survey

Take the survey on the Roosevelt Avenue Bond Project

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Roosevelt Avenue Bond Project

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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:
Implementation


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!

 

 

Speak Up Surveys


Climate Action Plan

Department of Sustainability

SuperUser Account 0 334

Urban Ecology Center, 8400 NW Military Hwy
The Climate Action and Adaption Plan will lay a road map to reduce carbon emissions, adapt to a changing climate, and ensure San Antonio remains a healthy, vibrant place for generations to come. Join us at our open houses to see how you be part of the plan!

View flyer for a list of all meetings.


Climate Action Plan

Department of Sustainability

SuperUser Account 0 312

Bazan Library, 2200 W. Commerce St.
The Climate Action and Adaption Plan will lay a road map to reduce carbon emissions, adapt to a changing climate, and ensure San Antonio remains a healthy, vibrant place for generations to come. Join us at our open houses to see how you be part of the plan!

View flyer for a list of all meetings.


Alameda Theater Open House

Center City Development and Operations Department

SuperUser Account 0 198

318 W Houston St., 78205
The Alameda Theater Conservancy invites you to join a Revival in the Making: An Open House on Saturday, November 3rd, 2018 from 1-3 PM at the Henry Ford Academy: Alameda School for Art + Design. Advancing a revival whose future hinges on the public’s involvement, the design asks you the question, “what will happen here?” Co-hosted with the Alameda School and AIA Latinos in Architecture, the afternoon will feature design exhibits, an opportunity to interact with the theater design team, as well as creative proposals by Alameda School students. Stories to be brought to light by Dr. Tomas Ybarra-Frausto.


Innovation Zones

Department of Innovation

SuperUser Account 0 2

Open Date: October 11, 2018 Close Date: December 15, 2018
Do you live, work or play in the Medical Center, Brooks or Downtown? Speak up! We want to know what challenges you face and how the City can use technology to improve your community.

Stage 2: Under Review


Health Priorities

Metropolitan Health District

SuperUser Account 0 0

Open Date: October 16, 2018 Close Date: November 30, 2018
The San Antonio Metropolitan Health District would like your help in identifying the areas of health that are most important to you in your community.

Stage 2: Under Review



Meet Up Events


Upcoming Events

21 Mar 2019 Community Meeting - French Creek 3/21/2019 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
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Stevenson Middle School, 8403 Tezel Rd. San Antonio, TX 78254
Please join us for an open discussion on this new greenway trail project and potential neighborhood connections.

21 Mar 2019 2017-2022 Bond Program Community Informational Meeting - Spicewood Park 3/21/2019 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM

Council District 4, Spicewood Park Elementary, 11303 Tilson Dr., San Antonio, TX 78224
This public meeting will offer information and plans regarding the Spicewood Park Project as part of the 2017-2022 Bond Program. Citizens are invited to attend and offer public comment.

25 Mar 2019 2017-2022 Bond Program Community Informational Meeting - Kingsborough Park 3/25/2019 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
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Council District 3, Kingsborough Middle School, 422 East Ashley Rd., San Antonio, TX 78221
This meeting will offer opportunity to review plans and information for the Kingsborough Park Project as part of the 2017-2022 Bond Program. Citizens are invited to attend and offer public comment.

26 Mar 2019 Meetup to discuss river wall maintenance at Brackenridge Park 3/26/2019 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Lion's Field Adult and Senior Center; 2809 Broadway Street, San Antonio, TX, 78209
Join the City of San Antonio at a public meeting to learn more about a plan to collaborate with the US Army Corps of Engineers and Texas Historical Commission to maintain the river walls at Brackenridge Park. At this meeting, you’ll get to see ways in which the City of San Antonio can work with our governmental partners to streamline progress for the park’s river wall maintenance plan and speak up about how to improve the process!

26 Mar 2019 2017-2022 Bond Program Community Informational Meeting - Pipers Meadow Park 3/26/2019 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
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Council District 6, Council District 6 Constituent Office, 8373 Culebra Rd., Suite 202, San Antonio, TX 78251
This open house meeting provides an opportunity to review plans for the Pipers Meadow Park Project as part of the 2017-2022 Bond Program. Citizens are invited to attend and offer public comment.

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CITIZENS TO BE HEARD

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.


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