The Administrative Draft of the Southeast Community Area Plan is available for review.
The Administrative Draft will be used throughout the upcoming Adoption Process, which will consist of briefings and public hearings at Planning Commission and City Council. We anticipate beginning the Adoption Process for the Southeast Community Area Plan in early November.
This website will be updated with Adoption Process meeting information. For more information, please email Chris Ryerson, Planning Administrator at:

Chris.Ryerson@SanAntonio.gov

To read a PDF of the draft plan, click here. (PDF 39Mb).

SA Tomorrow
Southeast Community Area Plan

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A History of the Southeast Area

The history of San Antonio’s Southeast Community Area tells the story of the City’s gradual expansion, through waves of annexation, starting in the early 1900s within the original 36 square mile City limits. There are a number of neighborhoods in the Southeast Community, some that began development as early as the 1910s, as well as subdivisions that are currently being constructed. The area was originally settled by Silesian, Czech, Polish, and Belgian farmers and ranchers by the late 1800s. Previously farmland and pasture, the earliest neighborhood in the Southeast Community was the Highland Park, which was developed between 1910 and 1945. Between 1944 and 1957, the City began to expand and the Southeast Community continued to grow further eastward with the annexations of the Pasadena Heights, Comanche Community, Pecan Valley, Lower Southeast Side, and Jupe Manor neighborhoods. This extended City limits to Interstate Loop 410. In the 1980s, City limits pushed beyond Loop 410 and brought the addition of the Lakeside neighborhood, followed by the annexation of the Foster Meadows and Blue Rock Springs. The Southeast Community embodies a timeline that provides a tangible history of the City, and is full of life-long, working class residents that take great pride in the preservation and prosperity of their community.

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Project Manager

Carlos Guerra II

Senior Planner and Project Manager, San Antonio Planning Department

Carlos.Guerra2@sanantonio.gov

210-207-5425

Meet the complete Southeast Community Area Plan Planning Team
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.