Bexar County and the San Antonio River Authority, in coordination with the City of San Antonio, are partnering to transform San Pedro Creek to reflect its place in our cultural history, improve its function in flood control, revitalize natural habitat and water quality, and catalyze economic development.
The project will start at the tunnel inlet near Fox Tech High School and wind through the western side of downtown to the creek’s confluence with the Alazan and Apache Creeks. The project includes 4 miles of trails and 11 acres of landscaped area and will remove 30 acres and 38 adjacent structures from the 100-year flood plain.
The Sundt-Davila Joint Venture construction team continues concrete pours for the planters, channel walls and fountain feature at the San Pedro Creek tunnel inlet.
For more construction updates and information on Fiesta street closures, read our weekly update.
For thousands of years, small bands of human beings have been visiting this place where the rich black-dirt prairies of the Eastern Plains nestle in the shadow of the broken limestone walls of the Balcones Escarpment.
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What is the name of the art installation that will be unveiled to the public at the celebration of the San Antonio 300 Tricentennial on May 5, 2018? *Hint: visit www.spcproject.org to learn more and get the answer