The Conservation Society will host a NIOSA-style event called Fall Heritage Festival on Nov. 6, but it’s drawing criticism from La Villita tenants and restaurant owners.
New and historic restaurants downtown face unprecedented financial challenges while trying to survive the coronavirus pandemic.
The new program will provide rental assistance and legal aid for tenants who are behind on rent. Details on how Texans could apply or qualify weren’t immediately released.
In a new strategy, the city will direct housing benefits recipients to its job training program, which pays up to $450 a week while enrolled.
The city recommends pay-outs for emergency housing assistance be scaled back, while directing people toward job training.
Before COVID-19 hit, day laborers routinely earned as much as $180 a day. But things have gotten tight, as they have for many of the people who would normally pay them for their work.
In an effort to keep local COVID-19 hospitalizations on the decline, San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg urged residents to keep their guard up over Labor Day weekend.
The City of San Antonio’s new eComment platform allows you to comment on City Council agenda items, and a few other public meetings, remotely.
In San Antonio, 125,996 apartment units are expected to be subject to an eviction again after federal protects end on Saturday.
This month, Centro San Antonio partnered with Chamoy City Limits to provide free paletas, facemasks and hand sanitizer to passersby downtown.