Monday, February 2, 2015

City of San Antonio’s community newsletter

The February 2015 edition of Dot Gov, the City of San Antonio’s community newsletter, is now available online at

In this edition of Dot Gov, you will find information about

∙ City Charter input opportunities ∙

∙ Pre-K 4 SA applications for the 2015-2016 school year ∙

∙ the 8th Annual City Manager’s Step Up to Wellness 5K Run/Walk ∙

and other exciting City-related news.

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Thank you,

The City of San Antonio’s

Communications & Public Affairs Department

Department of Communications and Public Affairs

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