City of San Antonio Budget Community Hearings
The City of San Antonio’s Fiscal Year 2010 Proposed Budget was
presented to City Council on Thursday, August 13. The budget is
for the fiscal year starting on October 1, 2009.
The proposed 2010 budget is scheduled to be adopted by City Council
on Thursday, September 17. Click here for more information on the City’s
residents are invited to learn more about the budget and to
provide their comments on the City’s proposed budget during
any of the 10 scheduled community hearings throughout the
city. The following list of community hearings are scheduled in
each City Council District. All community budget hearings will begin at 6:30 p.m.
Monday, August 17
Jeff Davis Middle School
4702 E. Houston St.
Igo Branch Library
13330 Kyle Seale Parkway
Tuesday, August 18
Connell Middle School
400 Hot Wells
Wednesday, August 19
St. James Church, Bosco Hall
907 W. Theo Malone
Monday, August 24
Northside Activity Center
7001 Culebra Rd.
Wednesday, August 26
St. Bonaventure Church,
1918 Palo Alto Road
Jefferson High School
723 Donaldson Ave.
Thursday, August 27
Barbara Bush Middle School
1500 Evans Rd.
Northeast Service Center
Community Meeting Room
Monday, August 31
Edison High School Cafeteria
701 Santa Monica
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at the Freeman Coliseum,
3201 E. Houston Street,
from 1:00 - 7:00 p.m.
Join Metro Health for a two-day comprehensive conference.
The Changing Face of STIs, HIV & TB:
Issues from a Clinical, Behavioral and Partner Services viewpoint.
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Holiday Inn, 318 W. Durango
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In 2007, the Steps to a Healthier San Antonio Program (Steps-SA), in collaboration with San Antonio ISD and the Southwest School of Art and Craft, presented "A Healthy Community Through the Eyes of a Child" in which children from local schools expressed their creative vision of health
concerns and issues affecting their community through the use of art.