Data Dashboard

Measuring progress toward our community vision.


In 2020, San Antonio is known for its cohesive neighborhoods with compelling and unique personalities.

Modern linked mass transit, improved infrastructure and a concerted effort to preserve and maintain our historic buildings, parks and open spaces compliment smart growth patterns. The result is a livable and vibrant community that is strongly connected to its past and maintains its small town feel.

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Year Value Distribution

Increase Walkability

 Flat/Getting Worse

A neighborhood's walkability is associated with health, economic, and environmental benefits. San Antonio's Walk Score® ranking has declined, and in 2015, we saw a slight uptick, likely a result of growth around the edges of the city as compared to the more walkable central neighborhoods. This issue can be addressed with purposeful planning that values walkability in the design of our growing community. This is why it is important for the City of San Antonio’s SA Tomorrow Comprehensive Plan to addresses connected, walkable neighborhoods.

Call to Action: 

  • Learn more about SA2020 neighborhood partners, then give your time, talent, energy, or dollars to one (or more).
  • Join or start a homeowner’s association or neighborhood organization.
  • Serve on city and/or county boards and commissions.
  • Spay/neuter your animals.
  • Walk more and drive less.
  • Participate in city meetings for the SA Tomorrow Comprehensive Plan.    


Updated December 2016