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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:
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 TODAY!

Check out how many of your neighbors are sharing their input!

1118

Innovation Zones

Survey Now Open!

126

Future of the Airport

Survey Now Open!

4432

Dockless Vehicles

See how you helped!

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FY 2019 Budget

See how you helped!

Speak Up


Climate Action Plan

Department of Sustainability

Melanie Morales (GPA) 0 64

NE Service Center, 10303 Tool Yard
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.

View flyer for a list of all meetings.


Climate Action & Adaptation Plan

Office of Sustainability

Melanie Morales (GPA) 0 0

Open Date: TBD Close Date: TBD
The City of San Antonio is developing a Climate Action and Adaptation Plan (CAAP). The CAAP will lay a roadmap to reduce carbon emissions, adapt to a changing climate, and ensure San Antonio remains a healthy, vibrant place for generations to come. Your responses to this survey will help ensure the City makes decisions that are most important to you.

Stage 1: Community Engagement

Take Survey


Risk Mitigation Fund

Department of Neighborhood & Housing Services

Melanie Morales (GPA) 0 0

Open Date: October 1, 2018 Close Date: TBD
The Displacement Prevention & Assistance Policy aims to assist those families and individuals at risk of displacement, as well as those families and individuals who have recently been displaced from their homes, by identifying the root causes of displacement and providing the most effective assistance.

Stage 1: Community Engagement

Take Survey



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.


Learn more or register here

Meet Up


Upcoming Events

1 Dec 2018 Memorial Branch Library Bond Community Informational Meeting 12/1/2018 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

3222 Culebra, San Antonio, TX 78228
Please join Councilwoman Shirley Gonzales and City staff as we share information about the upcoming improvements to Memorial Branch Library. These will include major enhancements to the children’s area, the creation of a dedicated teen center, a full technology refresh, building expansion, community meeting room upgrade and complete restroom renovations.

4 Dec 2018 Plaza Guadalupe Neighborhood Conversation 12/4/2018 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

1327 Guadalupe Street
Reflection on the neighborhood vision and what we can learn from other plazas.

15 Dec 2018 McCreless Branch Library Comprehensive Renovation and Building Facade - $2.5M 12/15/2018 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

1023 Ada Street, 78223
Please join Councilwoman Rebecca Viagran and City staff as we share information about the upcoming improvements to McCreless Branch Library. These will include major enhancements to the children’s area, the creation of a dedicated teen area, a full technology refresh, community room upgrade, complete restroom renovations and major improvements to the building facade.


For more information, please contact Caitlin.Cowart@sanantonio.gov or 210.207.2638, Stacy.Gonzales@sanantonio.gov or 210.207.2160, or visit www.sanantonio.gov/2017Bond

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