Policy, Projects & Initiatives

Precinct 2 Projects


The Westside Creeks Ecosystem Restoration Project is an approved U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) and San Antonio River Authority Project supporting the restoration of 11 miles of westside Creeks that were previously channelized for flood protection. This degraded the aquatic and riparian habitat and the stability of the riverine system.  

Improvements will support vital avian habitat, providing ecological diversity and migration support to a wide range of migratory and residential bird species. This project will also augment the existing Howard B. Peak Greenway Trails System to support recreational use alongside the creeks. The project consists of: 

  • San Pedro Creek
  • Alazan Creek
  • Apache Creek
  • Martinez Creek
  • Zarzamora Creek

To learn more, visit www.westsidecreeks.com

Westside Creeks Restoration Project
San Pedro Creek - The San Pedro Creek Culture Park restoration project consists of four phases and s


The San Pedro Creek Culture Park restoration project consists of four phases and spans 2.2 miles beginning at IH-35 at the flood tunnel inlet at Santa Rosa Street and ending at the confluence of the Alazan and Apache Creeks at IH-35 to the south

Commissioners Court approved $72.3 million for Phase 1.3 and Phase 2 of the project to improve infrastructure, remove part of the creek banks from the floodplain, and improve safety. The revised plan prioritizes natural greenery and trees while limiting concrete hardscaping.

Once fully complete, San Pedro Creek Culture Park is expected to spur a $1.5 billion economic impact by creating

  • 2,100 new housing units
  • 1,428 new downtown employees
  • A 150 percent increase in new property value
  • 7,300 new downtown residents
  • 5,227 million in ad valorem tax revenues


The Alameda Theater restoration project is a joint project between Bexar County, the City of San Antonio, the Alameda Theater Conservancy, and Texas Public Radio. This project will restore and modernize the theater, create a home for Texas Public Radio, and restore the adjacent Casa de Mexico building.


Bexar County committed $2.7 million to establish BiblioTech EDU on the shared campus of FoxTech, CAST Tech and the Advanced Learning Academy. Bibliotech EDU will serve as the campus hub for instruction, research and learning programs for students and their families, with hours for public access from 3:00 pm to 8:00 pm. Monday through Friday.

Construction timeline and opening date are not yet available.

  1. Transportation & Infrastructure
  2. Capital Projects
  3. Flood Control
Project Name Budget
Hills of Shaenfield Subdivision Road Rehab (Phases 1-3) $13.8 Million
FM 1560 (Galm Rd. to Braun Rd.) (MPO) $5 Million
Galm Rd. Phase III (MPO) $11.7 Million
Old FM 471 & Talley Road $1.6 Million
Precinct 2 Pavement Restoration $2.7 Million
WIldhorse Subdivision Rehab $9.5 Million
Wildhorse Parkway Rehab $5.2 Million
FM 1560 to Galm Rd / Shaenfield Rd. to SH 16 (MPO) $5 Million