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Deadline Nears for Incentive Dollars from River Authority

The San Antonio River Authority (SARA) wants to help fund your project — assuming it’s sufficiently green, in terms of meeting Low Impact Development (LID) […]

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Low Impact Development Becoming City Priority

The San Antonio City Council voted on Feb. 18 to endorse the strengthening of rules pertaining to low-impact development (LID) as a way to encourage […]

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PHOTOS: SAWS Market Street Pump Station

The SAWS Market Street pump station, which currently produces over 40 million gallons per day for the city, is located at wells that were originally […]

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PROJECT UPDATE: San Pedro Creek

When San Antonio voters go to the polls May 9, they could decide whether to continue funding the further development of creekside trails and maintaining […]

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Cleaning Up Olmos Basin

The San Antonio River Authority (SARA), and the cities of San Antonio and Alamo Heights are teaming up with hopes of cleaning up parts of […]

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San Antonio Clean Technology Forum: Vista Ridge Pipeline Dominates Conversation

Leaders of regional water management agencies gathered earlier today, Oct. 8 at the Pearl Stable for the San Antonio Clean Technology Forum’s annual water forum. […]

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SWIFT: Funding of Water Projects in the State of Texas

Last November saw a rare moment of Texas bipartisan victory, when Republicans and Democrats successfully lobbied voters to approve Proposition 6. The proposition’s passage, along […]

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Summer Heat Begins: Water Conservation Tips

This past winter was a memorable one, with freezing temperatures and lots of snow throughout the country. According to Albert Flores – Chief Meteorologist at […]

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SAWS Begins Work on $300M Desalination Plant in Bexar County

San Antonio takes a proactive approach to water conservation and education. It comes as no surprise to a native Texan to see public fountains dry […]

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Historical Acequias in San Antonio

The Alamo City has so much history that sometimes you might not know where to start exploring. One good starting point may be the acequias […]

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