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

Midtown has four focus areas and several mixed-use corridors. Each is unique, however they are all places where more people will live, work, and play in the future, and where there will be more gathering places, basic stores, services, and destinations. They are oriented to, or anchored by, large employers like Methodist Hospital, existing amenities like museums, or planned improvements to parks, trails, and high quality transit service.

The framework map includes potential routes where high quality transit service should be considered in the future, where bicycling should be comfortable and efficient, and where pedestrian connections to regionally significant amenities should be improved. These connections will provide choices, and multiple easy and enjoyable ways to move through Midtown and access its many destinations.