To understand your ideas and preferences for the future of the Southeast Community Area Plan, we are using a variety of tools in the coming year:
- You are invited to any of three community meetings and open houses to tell us your thoughts, meet other people from the area, and learn about other people's perspectives.
- Meetings aren't for everyone, so we will periodically set up stations in busy places for a few hours at time where we will interact with people who can share a few minutes with us before moving on with their day. We hope to see you out in the community some day at one of these ""intercepts."
- We will use brief surveys and post meeting materials on this webpage, and also announce meetings and intercept locations on the webpage, social media accounts, and through our email list.
- These are in addition to all of the personal interviews, focus groups, and neighborhood meeting visits that we will do.
We look forward to hearing from you and learning from you! Thanks for taking time to learn and share your ideas on the future of your community!
Neighborhood Profile and Priorities Survey
The City of San Antonio's Planning Department needs your input to create a profile for your neighborhood and identify priorities that are important for the future of where you live. This survey will help us better understand the history of your neighborhood, key issues, challenges, opportunities, and important assets in your neighborhood. Your feedback will be used to help draft the Neighborhood Profile and Priorities chapter of the Southeast Community Area Plan.
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Carlos Guerra II
Senior Planner and Project Manager, San Antonio Planning DepartmentCarlos.Guerra2@sanantonio.gov
210-207-5425Meet 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.