Last week over one hundred delegates from San
Antonio descended upon Washington, D.C. for the annual SA to DC trip.
I was joined on this trip by Mayor Ron Nirenberg, incoming City
Manager Erik Walsh, and several of my council colleagues. We had many
meetings, panel discussions and networking opportunities with
congressional leaders to advocate for San Antonio. Much of my time in
D.C. was spent advocating for our military here in San Antonio. As
Military City USA, it is San Antonio's responsibility to support,
serve and promote the growth of our bases.
10 will hold the next community meeting on February 18th, 7 p.m. at
the Tool Yard (10303 Tool Yard). We will be joined by incoming
City Manager, Erik Walsh who will be available to speak with us and
address your questions. We'll also be joined by Diana
Kenny, Morjoriee White and Tiffany Juarez, who are addressing
homelessness in our area.
join City Council District 10 at Salado Creek at Tobin Park for Basura
Bash. Parking will be available next door at the Cancer Care
Center. We recommend blue jeans and closed toe shoes for this
location. Registration tables will be at the beginning of the
trailhead near the parking lot - this is the location to turn in
liability forms and where late applicants can register. We'll begin
registration and breakfast from Whataburger at 8 a.m.
Some slopes of the creek bed are
steep. Please remain on level ground, watch your footing, and if you
see trash items out of reach, please move on to a more accessible
area. Due to the conditions of the trail and waterway, we ask that a
parent or guardian accompany all children under the age of 12 at all
times. District 10 SAFFE officers will be riding ATVs and ferrying
large trash bags back to the collection point and offering assistance
As always, thank you for being
active community members and leaders here in District 10, and do not
hesitate to contact our office if we can be of any assistance to you.
2019 - 7 p.m. at Tool Yard
and Commissions Openings
Affirmative Action Advisory
The Affirmative Action Advisory Committee is
comprised of an 11 member board appointed by the Mayor and each City
Councilmember for two-year terms. The Committee evaluates and reviews
the City's Affirmative Action Plan. Meetings are held each month at
111 Soledad, Rm. 123. For more information, click here.
Transportation Advisory Board
(vacancy for consumers of taxis, rideshares,
tour/charter services, limousines, pedicabs, or horse carriages): The
Transportation Advisory Board is comprised of 11 members appointed by
the Mayor and each City Councilmember for two-year terms representing
the following categories: three (3) consumers; one (1) member
large company taxicab industry; one (1) member co-op taxicab
industry; one (1) member small business taxicab industry; one (1)
member of tour, charter or shuttle service; one (1) member of horse carriage,
limousine or livery service; one (1) member of hotel/motel
association; one (1) member of Airport Advisory Commission; and one
(1) member of Convention and Visitors Commission. The Board makes
recommendations to the Director of the San Antonio Police Department,
in reference to City Ordinances, Rules, and Regulations on the
licensing and regulatory review process for transportation services
licensed by the City. These services include taxicabs, limousines,
tour/charter services, pedicabs, and horse carriages. Meetings are
held on the fourth Monday of each month (excluding April and
December) at 5:00 PM in the Municipal Plaza Building "B"
Room, 114 W. Commerce. Meeting duration is usually one to two hours.
Public hearings are held in addition to regular meetings. There is
only one appointee per district. Where 2 are listed one is serving in
a holdover capacity and a new category is being advertised.
SA2020 Commission on
Strengthening Family Well Being
The SA2020 Commission on Family Well-Being is
comprised of 11 members appointed by the Mayor and each City
Councilmember. The Commission serves in an advisory capacity to the
City Council on matters affecting the well-being of San Antonio
residents and families. The Commission works in concert with
stakeholders, SA2020, and the Department of Human Services to help
meet the family well-being and safety net goals, indicators, and
measure identified during the SA2020 process.
Join District 10 as we clean up
our waterways. Information on this volunteer opportunity above.
Report dockless vehicle issues on 311SA mobile
The 311SA mobile app now allows users to report dockless
vehicle parking violations. Users can take a photo of the dockless
vehicle issue and upload it to the app. Issues including improper
parking, unsafe riding, blocking of sidewalks and vehicles that have
fallen over can be reported.
Issues can be flagged 24/7 on the app, which is free and
available for download in the iTunes and Google
Play stores. Additionally, residents can report violations
by contacting the 311 Customer Service office, which is open seven
days a week, or by contacting
dockless vehicle providers directly.
Dockless vehicle survey now open on SASpeakUp.com
The City is seeking feedback from San Antonio residents on the
future of dockless vehicles through a new survey. More than 4,400
people participated in the City's first dockless vehicle survey in
summer 2018, and these initial results helped inform the creation of
the dockless vehicle pilot program.
Visit SASpeakUp.com to
take the City's dockless vehicle survey, which is available in
English and Spanish.
Data reported to 311 and collected through the survey will
help inform changes to the Dockless Vehicle Ordinance.
the buttons below to see status updates on various infrastructure