THIS IS A PROPOSED DRAFT SUBJECT TO COMMUNITY INPUT, LEGAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE REVIEW AND WILL BE REPLACED BY THE FINAL PLAN ADOPTED BY THE CITY COUNCIL.

Midtown Area Regional Center Plan Administrative Draft (PDF 12 Mb)

The Planning Department is accepting public comment on this Administrative Draft until May 7th, 2019 - the day before the Planning Commission Hearing. Please submit your comments to Garrett.Phillips@sanantonio.gov. The Midtown Area Regional Center Plan will be presented for a briefing to the Comprehensive Plan Committee on March 19, 2019; for a briefing to the Planning Commission on April 24, 2019; for Planning Commission Hearing on May 8, 2019; and for City Council Hearing on June 13, 2019

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What are Neighborhood Profile and Priorities?

San Antonio is a city of neighborhoods, each with its own unique history, qualities and character. Many neighborhoods throughout the City have developed Neighborhood Plans that reflect local values and priorities. These plans, adopted by the City, have guided local investments and improvements for many years and helped strengthen the relationship between residents and the City. The City is currently in the process of creating Sub-Area Plans to implement the SA Tomorrow Comprehensive Plan. These Sub-Area Plans are intended to provide a more coordinated, efficient and effective structure for neighborhood planning. The Sub-Area Plans are intended to increase equity citywide, by ensuring that all of San Antonio’s neighborhoods have a base level of policy guidance, as many neighborhoods within the City lack an existing Neighborhood Plan or a registered neighborhood organization. In this way, each Sub-Area Plan will integrate key elements of existing Neighborhood Plans for those neighborhoods that have a plan, while promoting citywide policy consistency and providing key recommendations and strategies for those neighborhoods currently lacking that direction. The Neighborhood Profile and Priorities section of the Sub-Area Plans provides special attention to prior neighborhood planning efforts and recognizes the community groups and individuals who were instrumental in their creation. They summarize specific opportunities, challenges, recommendations and priorities from each participating neighborhood, in an effort to more efficiently direct public and private investment within the City to help these neighborhoods achieve their short-term goals and long-term visions.

Uptown Neighborhood Profile and Priorities

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Neighborhood Plans are a foundational element used to create the Midtown Regional Center Plan. To review the neighborhood plan, click on the neighborhood plan cover page.

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5 Points Neighborhood Profile and Priorities

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Neighborhood Plans are a foundational element used to create the Midtown Regional Center Plan. To review the neighborhood plan, click on the neighborhood plan cover page.

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Tobin Hill Neighborhood Profile and Priorities

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Neighborhood Plans are a foundational element used to create the Midtown Regional Center Plan. To review the neighborhood plan, click on the neighborhood plan cover page.

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Westfort Alliance Neighborhood Profile and Priorities

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Neighborhood Plans are a foundational element used to create the Midtown Regional Center Plan. To review the neighborhood plan, click on the neighborhood plan cover page.

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Mahncke Park Neighborhood Profile and Priorities

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Neighborhood Plans are a foundational element used to create the Midtown Regional Center Plan. To review the neighborhood plan, click on the neighborhood plan cover page.

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Government Hill Alliance Neighborhood Profile and Priorities

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Neighborhood Plans are a foundational element used to create the Midtown Regional Center Plan. To review the neighborhood plan, click on the neighborhood plan cover page.

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