Thank you to everyone who came out
to the Northeast Neighborhood Alliance's Candidate Forum on
February 17.I am always so impressed by the
turnout at our monthly meetings. We also began live-streaming our
Northeast Neighborhood Alliance and District 10 Community
Meetings this month. The videos post to our Facebook page and are a great way to stay informed, even if
you are unable to make it to the meeting.
The next District 10 Community
Meeting is scheduled for March 16 at the Tool Yard. We'll be
joined at this meeting by the new Aviation Director - Jesus
Saenz, the Brighton
NEISD Superintendent - Dr. Sean Maika and representatives from
San Antonio's Department of Development Services and Code
You won't want to miss this
meeting - there is a chance to win tickets to the Spurs game on
The construction on the Harry Wurzbach Road and
Austin Highway Single Point Urban Interchange (SPUI) will begin
as early as March 2 and is estimated to conclude February 2022.
Over the next four(+) weeks, Transportation and Capital
improvements will work to mobilize and stage construction
equipment, lane closures will begin on Harry Wurzbach Road and
CPS and SAWS will begin utility work. To see a video of the
proposed improvements, click here.
Primary Election Day is on Tuesday, March 3. To find
a polling site near you or to review a sample ballot, click here. VIA will provide free rides to polling sites on
Primary Election Day, all riders have to do is show their valid
voter registration card. More information here.
The District 10 Office would like to attend your
next HOA meeting. We would like to discuss ongoing community
initiatives and resources that are available throughout San
Antonio, such as neighborhood programs, current projects and
public safety programs. If you would like to have the District 10
team visit your next meeting or would like useful information to
distribute to your community, please email your request to District10@sanantonio.gov. Please provide a date, time, and point of
contact to set up District 10 attending your next HOA meeting. We
look forward to hearing from you!
As always, thank you for being active community
members and leaders here in District 10. Please do not hesitate
to contact our office if we can be of any assistance to
Please join me in congratulating Officer Drew for
being named Officer of the Year and Officers Hetrick and Tudor
for receiving Life Saving Awards. We are so incredibly proud to
have you all representing us here in District 10. Officer Drew
and Officer Tudor both serve our district as SAFFE Officers.
Next time you see these officers in person, be sure to give
them a round of applause for their efforts and accomplishments.
Here are some examples of what
Texas is doing to slow the potential spread of the virus into
Texas and also to prepare for the possibility of community
spread down the road.
·Educating and informing state agencies, local
leaders, schools, higher ed., and the public.
·Daily calls with public health and emergency
management and providers
·Providing direct briefings for hospitals,
providers, and others
·Performing surveillance to identify any COVID that
may emerge in Texas.
·Screening through front lines – doctors, nurses,
·Screening and monitoring of incoming travelers
identified through the CDC airport screenings
·Identifying cases through lab testing (CDC)
·Providing public health expertise and guidance on
individual cases and situations for local jurisdictions and
public health departments.
·Creating and sharing guidance for public health,
health care, EMS, etc, including through the DSHS Coronavirus
·Readying the state for lab testing at the state
and local level once the federal government releases laboratory
kits to the states.
The Texas Department of
Emergency Management and DSHS are working together with state
agencies to ready for likely scenarios that could unfold in the
coming months. This effort is especially timely as
the U.S. gains more firsthand experience with the virus.
There are things everyone can
do to protect themselves, and they are largely the same
precautions we urge people to take to prevent spread of the
·Wash your hands often with soap and water for at
least 20 seconds, especially after going to the bathroom;
before eating; and after blowing your nose, coughing, or
sneezing. If soap and water are not available, use an
alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol.
·Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with
·Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
·Stay home when you are sick.
·Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then
throw the tissue in the trash.
Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects
and surfaces using a regular household cleaning spray or wipe.
and Commissions Vacancies
Planning Commission Technical
Advisory Committee (PCTAC):
The PCTAC advises the Planning Commission on the Major Thoroughfare
Plan and Unified Development Code amendments and meets as often
as necessary. These voluntary committee members are appointed by
Planning Commission for overlapping two-year terms. PCTAC members
will be involved in the 2020 UDC Amendment Process. Candidates
representing the following areas of interest are sought:
Environmental/Historic category, Planning Professional,
Registered Professional Engineer, Development/Real Estate
Professional, Community. Those interested in applying may do so
by visiting here. The deadline to submit applications is Friday,
March 20, 2020.
SA Climate Ready Advisory Committee: The Office of Sustainability has released the
official applications for the advisory committees that will
assist in the implementation of the SA Climate Ready Climate
Action and Adaptation Plan, The Technical and Community Advisory
Committee and the Climate Equity Advisory Committee. Applications
for both committees can be accessed here. Hard-copy applications are also available at all
San Antonio Early Childhood
Education Municipal Development Corporation: The Pre-K 4 SA Board is comprised of 11 members
serving staggered two-year terms of office. There is no limit to
the number of terms that may be served. Representatives from
Business and Education Communities. The mission is to provide
strategic direction for Pre-K 4 SA to develop a highly-skilled
workforce in one generation through quality early childhood
education for all children in San Antonio. Meeting Schedule &
Location: Unless otherwise posted, meetings are typically held on
the first Tuesday of every month at 2:00 p.m. at a Pre-K 4 SA
Education Center. For more information, please click here.
Clayton Perry | 1635 NE Loop
410, Suite 510, San Antonio, TX