SATomorrow Community Event 4/11/15 – San Antonio

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SATomorrow Event 4/11/15 – San Antonio

Note for the deaf community:

The City of San Antonio is launching the most massive plan in the city’s history; a planning effort that will affect everything that happens in this city in the future! It will affect the facilities, zoning, transportation; and use of all types of resources; and certain future funding priorities. I was not able to get the event submission form to accept this. I tried several times! It’s very important that Deaf people participate in this plan, because it will affect the future of San Antonio and certainly its funding priorities!!!!! Thanks!

Rachel Cywinski
Citizen Representative
Pedestrian Mobility Advisory Committee
Alamo Area Metropolitan Planning Organization

[email protected]
Rebecca Pacini Sr. Transportation Planner CoSA TCI 210-207-4087

Kick-off event
Free and open to the public

Come to the kick-off and become part of the SATomorrow team!

Mini workshops and surveys, kids’ activities, and safety demonstrations

Family entertainment, giveaways, and door prizes including fitness devices, bike helmets, and more
Did you know that San Antonio is expected to grow by another 1,000,000 people by 2040? What does that mean to you? Come to the kick-off and be part of the conversation as we discuss housing, jobs, transportation, and more.

SATomorrow is an innovative, three-pronged planning effort to guide the city toward smart, sustainable growth. The City of San Antonio will be leading the effort, with support from partnering agencies, and we want you on the team.

1. The Comprehensive Plan: How would you like the city to look in 25 years?
2. The Sustainability Plan: How will we manage economic, environmental, and social resources?
3. The Multimodal Transportation Plan: How will we get around the city in 2040?

Where: SAISD Alamo Convocation Center, 110 Tuleta, San Antonio TX 78212
VIA Routes 7 and 8

Free parking for autos and bikes

When: Saturday, April 11, 2015, 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Facebook /SATomorrow2040
Twitter: @SATomorrow2040

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