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Planning Department to Host Virtual Southeast Region Community Meeting – City of San Antonio

CONTACT: Iris F. González
Office: (210) 207-5454
[email protected]

SAN ANTONIO (March 24, 2022) – The City of San Antonio Planning Department is hosting a virtual community meeting, via Zoom, for the Southeast Community Area Plan.

The South East Community Area Plan, launched in 2019, is being developed to implement the overall SA Tomorrow plan, which was adopted by the City Council in 2016. Throughout the planning process, the city has held numerous planning team and community meetings to engage residents in how the area can grow and build on its existing strengths to achieve the community’s vision.

Draft recommendations and strategies for the area have been created through this community planning process which, when adopted, will be used by city departments, partner agencies, private entities and community partners to support livable neighborhoods and complete. During the virtual community meeting, area residents will receive an overview of the sub-sector planning process and draft plan, have the opportunity to ask questions and provide feedback on the drafts. recommendations and strategies.

“We thank the South East community members, business owners and stakeholders who have participated in this process and shared their vision for the community over the past three years. Your continued support and dedication throughout this planning process is essential to the planning of our community,” said Bridgett White, AICP, Director of Planning Services. “The community is invited to attend the virtual public meeting and share your comments and feedback as we approach the final stages of the planning process.”

Opportunities are available to provide feedback before, during or after the meeting via the plan website, social media and email.

The deadline for comments on the draft plan is Sunday, April 17, 2022.

For Zoom login information for the virtual community meeting and to review the draft plan, please visit the Southeast Community Area Plan website.