Each of the SA Tomorrow sub-area plans was developed with regular input and participation from local residents, business owners, property owners, institutional representatives, and other key partners and stakeholders. In addition, a formal Planning Team was created for each sub-area that provided more frequent, in-depth, and consistent advice and guidance throughout the planning process. The composition of the Planning Team for each area is drawn from the representatives and stakeholders described above, and varies depending on the existing uses, assets, challenges and opportunities associated with each area. The list of planning team members above does not include alternate representatives who filled in for those above when they were unable to attend meetings. The participation of alternate representatives is greatly appreciated.

Mike Austin

Tobin Hill Community Association

Joe Bravo

Westfort Alliance

Tim Cone

NRP Group

Richard Farias

San Antonio College

Lou Fox

At large

Homer "Butch" Hayes

Mahncke Park Neighborhood Association

Rose Hill

Government Hill Alliance

Jeanette Honermann

At large

Abe Juarez

Five Points Neighborhood Association

Mayra Juárez-Denis

At large (St. Ann's neighborhood area)

Rebel Mariposa

N. St. Mary's Business Owners Association

Marise McDermott

Witte Museum

Richard Moore

Tobin Hill Neighborhood Association

Lynn Osborne Bobbitt

Brackenridge Park Conservancy

Gregory Ripps

Highland Park

Jason Rodriguez

VIA Metropolitan Transit

Armando Saliba

University of the Incarnate Word

Graciela Sanchez

Esperanza Peace and Justice Center

Suzanne Scott

San Antonio River Authority

Bill Shown

Silver Ventures

Max Woodward

FRED / Uptown NA

Andrew Rutz

Project Manager, MIG

Garrett Phillips

Planning Coordinator and Project Manager, City of San Antonio

The SA Tomorrow Plan

San Antonio is planning boldly to ensure our great City captures the type of growth and economic development that will lead our community into the future and provide benefits to all our residents. Visit this website to learn more about the Comprehensive Plan and what we’re doing to make San Antonio a diverse and thriving community.