Kelly / S. San P.U.E.B.L.O Community Plan– Approved by the San Antonio City Council in 2009.

Kelly Community Plan Update

Southcross Commercial Revitalization

These are a group of 3D Images designed to show how the commercial area could look.

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  1. I am interested in joining your efforts to revitalize our building in this area. Email me information so I can get involved. Thank you.

    1. Sorry for not responding soon enough. We usually operate on the Facebook page but we still need help. Here is our latest effort. If you can share this with your friends and family it would be a big help. I can also let you know when we have other meetings. Does that work?

      As you may know the W. Southcross corridor is a main avenue for students walking to and from Dwight Middle School and the South San Recreation Center. Everyday these students cross Quintana Rd where a crosswalk is barely visible. In years past we have asked council representatives to act on this safety issue but nothing has improved. We believe this issue must be addressed and we need your help to make this happen.

      Our goal is to encourage those living within District 5 to contact District 5 Councilwomen Shirley Gonzalez, who represents the W. Southcross corridor, and ask her to dedicate funds to improving sidewalks and crosswalks on W. Southcross from Dwight Middle School to the South San Recreation Center. Below are her office numbers.

      City Hall Office
      Office Line: 210.207.7043
      Nogalitos Field Office Office
      Phone: 210.207.0960
      Las Palmas Field Office
      Phone: 210.207.0990

      For those willing to help us, you will be entered into a drawing for a $35 gift card. So please let us know if you call. If we can get at least 20 residents to contact her office we’ll do the drawing!!

      This is strictly on the honor system but we hope you can help our neighborhood smile emoticon

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