Learn about the great efforts the City is taking to help our community thrive. The list of programs and initiatives is here to help you as you engage with the City.
Learn about ARPA and what the City is doing with ARPA funds.
The registry is a list of neighborhood associations, homeowner associations and community organizations. Learn more and view the registry.
The Cesar Chavez March honors the farm worker who toil in the field to feed a nation. Join in helping feed those in our city affected by food insecurity.
The MLK commission was created on April 3, 1986. On January 19, 1987, the commission and the City of San Antonio held its first official Martin Luther King, Jr. March.
The City partners with the Faith-Based Community with a clear focus on helping those most in need. Read more about the Faith-Based Initiative.
View public safety initiatives from the Court. Our programs increase awareness about public safety in the City.
Find a job with the City, view benefits, or explore related programs.
Find out more about this 12-month training program.
The Neighborhood Leadership Academy helps San Antonio residents become leaders in their community. Learn how to be an effective advocate for your neighborhood.
Senior Services helps seniors lead active and independent lives. Learn more about all of our programs and services.