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Board Description
Board Composition: The Affirmative Action Advisory Committee (AAAC) is comprised of 11 Members: 10 District Appointed Members appointed by their respective Councilmembers and one (1) Member appointed by the Mayor. Members serve a two-year term of office concurrent with the term of the appointing City Councilmember.
Appointed by: City Council
District; At-Large; Mayoral Appointment: District
Categories:
Mission/Purpose: The Affirmative Action Advisory Committee (AAAC) is an advisory board for the City of San Antonio that was established on January 31, 1985. The purpose of this committee is to make recommendations aimed at assisting the City of San Antonio to achieve its affirmative action goals.
Meeting Schedule & Location: AAAC Meetings are typically held on the second Tuesday. Meetings tare typically held in the Riverview Towers Building, 111 Soledad, Suite 800, and start at 5:30 PM.
Website Information: https://www.sanantonio.gov/EmployeeInformation/Relations/Commissions/AffirmativeAction
Ordinance/Articles of Incorporation/By Laws: 60191
67378
 
 
Liaison: Sharon Frey - (210) 207-8106

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 AVAILABLE District 1  05/31/2021
 Ms. Gwendolyn Bolden  District 210/17/201905/31/2024
 Ms. Rachel Cywinski  District 312/09/202105/31/2023
 Ms. Susana M. Segura  District 410/03/201905/31/2023
 Ms. Sara Gerrish  District 506/15/201705/31/2021
 Dr. Sonia Lizete Jasso  District 610/31/201905/31/2023
 Mr. Joaquin Gonzalez  District 706/06/201905/31/2021
 Ms. Michelle Resendez Mata  District 810/31/201905/31/2021
 AVAILABLE District 9  05/31/2023
 Ms. Ann Marie Schroeder  District 1012/02/202105/31/2023
 AVAILABLE Mayoral  05/31/2021
 
Total Members: 11
 
 
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Board Description
Board Composition: The Airport Advisory Commission (AAC) is comprised of 19 At-Large members appointed by City Council to staggered two-year terms. A majority of members is required to meet a quorum.
Appointed by: City Council
District; At-Large; Mayoral Appointment: At-Large
Categories: Voting members are comprised of 18 members from the following categories: Aviation Industry: 3 members; Community: 6 members; Travel & Tourism Industry: 2 members; Business Community: 4 members; Ground Transportation Industry: 1 Representative; Airport Business - Lessee: 1 member; and Alamo Area Council of Governments (AACOG) Representative: 1 member. The one non-voting member is a representative of the Federal Aviation Administration.
Mission/Purpose: The mission shall be to advise the Aviation Director on matters affecting the City’s airports and air transportation initiatives to include noise compatibility issues.
Meeting Schedule & Location: The AAC generally meets on the 3rd Tuesday of every month at 3:30 p.m. The location of the meeting is either the conference room at the Stinson Municipal Airport or San Antonio International Airport.
Website Information: www.sanantonio.gov/sat www.sanantonio.gov/ssf
Ordinance/Articles of Incorporation/By Laws: 2008-12-11-1163
2009-03-19-0206
 
 
Liaison: Nicole Fowles - (210) 207-1666

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. Marco Barros  At Large05/16/201903/18/2023
 Mr. Ronnell Ralph Bright  At Large12/02/202103/18/2023
 Ms. Charnelle Chin  At Large05/16/201903/18/2023
 Mr. Francisco J. Cruz  At Large04/13/201703/18/2023
 Mr. Roger Dean Dillard  At Large12/02/202103/18/2024
 Mr. Jeffrey Fair  At Large08/04/202203/18/2024
 Mr. Mark R. Fessler  At Large04/12/201203/18/2024
 Mr. William Patton Garrison  At Large12/02/202103/18/2024
 Mr. John M. Grisell  At Large05/16/201903/18/2024
 Ms. Marsha B. Hendler  At Large03/19/200903/18/2023
 Mr. Earl Jackson Jr. At Large02/03/201103/18/2024
 Mrs. Mayra Levy  At Large08/04/202203/18/2024
 Mr. Rami Motawea  At Large12/02/202103/18/2023
 Ms. Deborah A. Omowale Jarmon  At Large06/16/201603/18/2024
 Mr. Edward Onwe  At Large05/16/201903/18/2023
 Ms. Aurelina P. Prado  At Large04/13/201703/18/2023
 Ms. Diane D. Rath  At Large04/30/201503/18/2023
 Mr. Jeremy Amshu Roberts  At Large08/04/202203/18/2024
 Ms. Amy L. Shaw  At Large12/02/202103/18/2023
 
Total Members: 19
 
 
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Board Description
Board Composition: The Alamo Citizens Advisory Committee (ACAC) is comprised of 10 Council District Members appointed by each Councilmember and 10 Members appointed by the Mayor. The Committee also includes six Members appointed by the General Land Office and 4 Technical Advisors
Appointed by: District; Mayoral Appointments; Appointments do not require City Council approval.
District; At-Large; Mayoral Appointment: The Alamo Citizens Advisory Committee (ACAC) is comprised of 10 Council District Members appointed by each Councilmember and 10 Members appointed by the Mayor. The Committee also includes six Members appointed by the General Land Office and 4 Technical Advisors
Categories: The Alamo Citizens Advisory Committee (ACAC) is comprised of 10 Council District Members appointed by each Councilmember and 10 Members appointed by the Mayor. The Committee also includes six Members appointed by the General Land Office and 4 Technical Advisors
Mission/Purpose: The Alamo Plaza Advisory Committee was established by City Council in 2014 to update the 1994 Alamo Plaza Study Committee Report and Recommendations, create a vision and guiding principles for the redevelopment of Alamo Plaza and the surrounding area, and assisting in the development of the scope of work for a request for qualifications (RFQ) for development of a master plan for the Alamo area. In December 2014, City Council adopted the Vision and Guiding Principles developed by the Committee. On October 15, 2015, City Council executed a cooperative agreement among the Texas General Land Office (GLO), Alamo Endowment Board, and the City of San Antonio regarding the Joint Master Plan for the Alamo Historic District and the Alamo Complex. The Agreement outlines the roles and responsibilities of each party as well as the management and oversight structure for the master plan's development and adoption. The agreement established the Vision and Guiding Principles developed by the Alamo Plaza Advisory Committee as the foundation for the Master Plan and expanded the Committee’s membership. On May 11, 2017, City Council unanimously approved the Alamo Master Plan, which consists of five key concepts: (1) Restoration of the Church and Long Barrack; (2) Delineation of the historic footprint; (3) Recapture the Historic Mission Plaza and create a sense of reverence and respect on the historic battlefield; (4) Repurpose the Crockett Block, Woolworth and Palace buildings into a world-class visitor center and museum that tells the story of the Battle of the Alamo and over 300 years of layered history; and (5) Create a sense of arrival to the site and enhance connectivity between the site and other public spaces.
Meeting Schedule & Location: ACAC meetings begin at 5:30 pm, location and date to be determined and as posted on the ACAC webpage
Website Information: For information regarding the Alamo Citizen Advisory Committee, please access the following link: https://www.sanantonio.gov/CCDO/Resources/Alamo-Plaza-Advisory-Committee
Ordinance/Articles of Incorporation/By Laws:
2014-03-06-0127
 
 
Liaison: Rhea Roberts - (210) 207-5735

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. William (Bill) Brendel  District 905/02/201405/31/2023
 Mr. George Cisneros  District 502/13/201805/31/2023
 Mr. Anthony Edwards  District 205/02/201405/31/2023
 Mr William "Wendell" Hall  District 1003/01/202105/31/2023
 Ms. Christine Jacobs  Mayoral03/01/202105/31/2023
 Mrs. Melissa Castro Killen  District 803/19/202105/31/2023
 Ms. Ann McGlone  Mayoral03/14/201805/31/2023
 Ms. Patricia Mejia  District 305/02/201405/31/2023
 Dr. Socorro Morales  District 702/14/202205/31/2023
 Ms. Sue Ann Pemberton  Mayoral05/02/201405/31/2023
 Mr. Roger Perez  District 105/02/201405/31/2023
 Mr. Davis Phillips  Mayoral05/02/201405/31/2023
 Ms. Aaronette Pierce  Mayoral03/01/202105/31/2023
 Mr. Rudolph F. Rodriguez  District 405/02/201405/31/2023
 Mr. Frank Z. Ruttenberg  Mayoral05/02/201405/31/2023
 Dr. Sharon Skrobarcek  Mayoral05/02/201405/31/2023
 AVAILABLE Mayoral  05/31/2023
 AVAILABLE District 6  05/31/2023
 Mr. Ramon J. Vasquez  Mayoral05/02/201405/31/2023
 Ms. Rebecca Viagran  Mayoral04/01/202105/31/2023
 
Total Members: 21
 
 
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Board Description
Board Composition: The Board is comprised of 11 members: 10 District Appointed Members appointed by their respective Councilmembers; one (1) Member appointed by the Mayor; and three (3) ex-officio non-voting members. Each member serves a two-year term of office concurrent with the term of the appointing City Councilmember.
Appointed by: City Council
District; At-Large; Mayoral Appointment: District
Categories: The ACS board is required to consist of one (1) Licensed Veterinarian, one (1) City Official, one (1) Shelter Operator, and one (1) Animal Welfare Organization Representative.
Mission/Purpose: The mission of the Board is to report on welfare and safety concerns and to develop policies that advocate for the humane treatment of animals, enforce standards of care, and create educational and training programs.
Meeting Schedule & Location: Board meetings are hosted by the Animal Care Services Department every 3rd Wednesday of every other month.
Website Information: For more information, please visit: https://www.sanantonio.gov/Animal-Care/About-ACS/ACS-Advisory-Board
Ordinance/Articles of Incorporation/By Laws: 41165
2010-06-17-0555
 
 
Liaison: Marshall Bruce - (210) 207-6675

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Ms. Cynthia Cox  District 101/11/201805/31/2021
 Dr. Lorena Mylinda Havill  District 209/30/202105/31/2023
 Mr. George L. Garcia  District 304/14/201605/31/2023
 Ms. Rita C. Braeutigam  District 402/15/201505/31/2023
 MS Karen L. Speer  District 501/31/201305/31/2023
 Mrs. Kathleen J. Davis  District 609/21/201705/31/2023
 Mrs. Valerie L. Moore  District 701/14/201605/31/2023
 Mrs Katie Jarl  District 810/31/201905/31/2023
 Mrs. Susan S. Beldon  District 911/03/201605/31/2023
 Ms. Sallie F. Scott  District 1004/17/200805/31/2021
 Mr Amin Tohmaz  Mayoral09/03/202005/31/2023
 
Total Members: 11
 
 
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Board Description
Board Composition: The Bexar Appraisal District Board of Directors is comprised of five (5) Members representing various tax entities. Members are appointed by the governing bodies of the taxing units that participate in the District. As a participating taxing unit, the City is entitled to nominate up to five candidates to sit on the Board. Each member serves a two-year term beginning on January 1st of even numbered years and ending on December 31st of odd numbered years. There is no limit to the number of terms that may be served. The Bexar Appraisal District Board of Directors does not accept applications from residents or any other outside organizations or agencies.
Appointed by: Mayoral Nomination; Full City Council Approval
District; At-Large; Mayoral Appointment: Other
Categories: The City will allocate its largest cumulative vote totals to appoint one Councilmember for election as the City's nominee to the Bexar Appraisal District Board of Directors.
Mission/Purpose: Responsibility of hiring the Chief Appraiser and Taxpayer Liaison Officer, approving the District operating budget, and setting policy.
Meeting Schedule & Location: Meetings are held at the Bexar County Appraisal District building, 411 N. Frio, San Antonio, Texas 78207. Meeting dates and times may vary.
Website Information: http://www.bcad.org/index.php/Board_Members
Ordinance/Articles of Incorporation/By Laws:
 
 
Liaison: Jennifer Rodriguez - (210) 242-2406

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Councilmember Adriana Rocha Garcia  Other01/01/202212/31/2023
 
Total Members: 1
 
 
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Board Description
Board Composition: Bexar Metro 911 is comprised of representatives from the following municipalities and counties (in accordance with the Texas Health & Safety Code Chapter 772.306): The City of San Antonio; Bexar County; Comal County; Guadalupe County; e; one (1) The City of New Braunfels; and The Greater Bexar County Council of Cities representative. Each member serves a staggered 2-year term of office. Bexar Metro 911 does not accept applications from residents or any other outside organizations or agencies.
Appointed by: Mayoral Nomination; Full City Council Approval
District; At-Large; Mayoral Appointment: Other
Categories:
Mission/Purpose: The mission of Bexar Metro 911 is to deploy and maintain a state-of-the-art 9-1-1 emergency communication system that enables citizens in distress to quickly communicate their requests for police, fire, or emergency medical assistance; and to ensure member jurisdictions have the appropriate 9-1-1 tools necessary to efficiently and accurately receive and process those requests. The Board of Managers establishes policy and adopts rules for the operation of the District. The Board may contract with any public or private entity to help accomplish the District's mission. The Board appoints an Executive Director who is responsible for the District's day-to-day operations.
Meeting Schedule & Location: Board meetings occur at least three (3) times a year at 911 Saddletree Court, San Antonio, Texas 78231, Meeting dates and times vary.
Website Information: No website
Ordinance/Articles of Incorporation/By Laws: Resolution 86-58-67
66839
 
 
Liaison: Evelyn Losoya - (210) 408-3911

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. Heberto Gutierrez  Mayoral01/14/198802/28/2024
 Chief William P. McManus  Mayoral02/12/201402/28/2024
 
Total Members: 8
 
 
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Board Description
Board Composition: The Board is comprised of 11 members: 10 District Appointed Members appointed by their respective Councilmembers and one (1) Member appointed by the Mayor. Members serve overlapping two-year terms of office.
Appointed by: City Council
District; At-Large; Mayoral Appointment: District
Categories:
Mission/Purpose: The mission of the board is to promote and develop a vibrant, sustainable community that serves as a catalyst for progressive economic development and regional prosperity.
Meeting Schedule & Location: Board meetings are held monthly on every 3rd Tuesday and take place at The Brooks Development Authority located at 2664 Flight Nurse, San Antonio, Texas, 78235, in the Brooks Board Room.
Website Information: For more information, please visit our website at https://livebrooks.com/about-us/board-of-directors/
Ordinance/Articles of Incorporation/By Laws: Resolution 2001-36-39
 
 
Liaison: Sonia Veliz - (210) 678-3302

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. James R. Campbell  District 111/02/201705/31/2023
 Mr. Robert T. Melvin  District 208/04/202205/31/2023
 Ms Patricia Jasso  District 310/29/202005/31/2023
 Dr. Lorena Pulido Ph.D. District 412/14/201705/31/2023
 Mr. Daniel Rossiter  District 604/08/202105/31/2023
 Ms. Geraldine J. Garcia  District 505/05/202205/31/2023
 Ms. Anita Uribe Martin  District 710/05/201705/31/2021
 Mr. Roland Frank Gonzales  District 805/14/202005/31/2023
 Mr. Rudy D. Garza  District 912/10/202005/31/2024
 Mr Joe Frank Nix  District 1001/16/202005/31/2023
 Ms. Alejandra "Alex" Lopez  Mayoral04/08/202105/31/2023
 
Total Members: 11
 
 
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Board Description
Board Composition: The Building Standards Board (BSB) is a quasi-judicial, Citizen-based board and has 14 members appointed by City Council: 10 District Appointed Members appointed by their respective Councilmembers and four (4) At-Large Members. Members serve overlapping two-year terms of office and there is no limit on the number of terms that may be served.
Appointed by: City Council
District; At-Large; Mayoral Appointment: District; At-Large
Categories: The Board is comprised of the following categories: Architect, Engineer, General Contractor, Social Worker, Health Care Professional, Retired Individual (over the age of 64), and a Veteran of the United States Military. A Professional Property Manager may be substituted for one (1) General Contractor and/or one (1) Social Worker.
Mission/Purpose: The mission of the BSB is to partner with the community to build and maintain a safer San Antonio. The BSB addresses cases related to Dangerous Structures and properties that are in violation of the San Antonio Property Maintenance Code (SAPMC). The Board also hears appeals from property owners that have received SAPMC Notices of Violation, as well as summary abatements. The Board rules on issues of interpretation, intent, and application of code requirements.
Meeting Schedule & Location: Each panel holds a hearing twice per month unless otherwise indicated. Meeting dates are the first and third Thursdays for Panel A, and the second and fourth Thursdays for Panel B. Meetings are held at the Cliff Morton Development and Business Services Center, located at 1901 S. Alamo St., at 9:00 a.m. Please contact the BSB Board Liaison for more information.
Website Information: For more information, please visit https://www.sanantonio.gov/CES/About/Building-Standards-Board
Ordinance/Articles of Incorporation/By Laws: 2011-05-05-0354
 
 
Liaison: Judy Croom - (210) 207-5422

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. David D Garza  District 103/17/202205/31/2023
 Ms. Evelyn Brown  District 201/01/201205/31/2023
 Mr. Frederick A. Andis  District 304/28/201605/31/2023
 AVAILABLE District 4  05/31/2023
 Ms. Kayla G. Miranda  District 512/02/202105/31/2023
 Mr. Jesse Zuniga Jr. District 601/01/201205/31/2023
 AVAILABLE District 7  05/31/2023
 Ms. Celencia Hayes  District 810/31/201905/31/2023
 Col. Dewayne Nelson  District 901/28/201605/31/2023
 Mr. Joel Garza Solis  District 1012/02/202105/31/2023
 Mr Robert Tapia  At Large10/31/201905/31/2023
 Mr. Shirish S. Gupte  At Large03/17/202205/31/2023
 Mr. Jesse Snyder  At Large06/02/202205/31/2023
 Ms Ann Hoffman Winer  At Large03/17/202205/31/2023
 
Total Members: 14
 
 
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Board Description
Board Composition: The Building-Related and Fire Codes Appeals and Advisory Board is comprised of 34 Members of which 17 are primary voting members and 17 are alternates. All Members and Alternates are qualified by experience and training to act on building-related and fire codes and may not be employees of the City. Each member serves a two-year term with a limit of three consecutive two-year terms. A quorum is met if nine (9) of the appointed Members or their appointed Member Alternates are present for Appeals and Advisory Board and for the Committees if the majority Members are present; a Committee shall have no less the four (4) members and not more than seven (7) members.
Appointed by: City Council, with nominations by industry associations that are affiliated with nationally recognized organizations
District; At-Large; Mayoral Appointment: At Large
Categories: The 17 primary voting members are comprised as follows: A structural engineer; a fire protection engineer; an electrical engineer; a plumbing engineer or a mechanical engineer; an architect; two (2) building contractors registered by the City; two (2) master electricians; two (2) air conditioning and refrigeration contractors; a master plumber; a commercial building contractor; a commercial building owner, manager, or their representative; a Residential Group R-2 multi-family building owner, manager, or their representative; and a master sign electrician. The master electrician, air conditioning and refrigeration contractors, and master plumber must have 1 (one) Member and (one) 1 alternate for both an open and organized labor shop. All must be licensed or registered by the State of Texas unless otherwise noted, and each category listed shall have the number of Members noted and the same number of Alternates.
Mission/Purpose: The Building-Related and Fire Codes Appeals and Advisory Board (BRFCAAB) hears and decides appeals of orders, decisions, or determinations made by the Building Official or the Fire Chief relative to the application and interpretations of Chapter 10, Chapter 11, and specific articles in Chapter 28 of the City Code. In addition, the Appeals and Advisory Board shall review building-related and fire codes issues when requested to do so by the Building Official or Fire Chief and shall provide a recommendation to the Building Official or Fire Chief. The Board may form committees to advise it on specific matters as the purpose of code review committees is to review the newly published codes and to receive public comments on these codes and their associated amendments.
Meeting Schedule & Location: Meetings are scheduled when an Appeal has been presented or if the City needs input on adopting Codes and Ordinances. Meetings are held in the Board Room of the Cliff Morton Development and Business Service Center located at 1901 S. Alamo St.
Website Information: https://www.sanantonio.gov/DSD/Boards/BRFCAAB
Ordinance/Articles of Incorporation/By Laws: 2018-06-21-0493
 
 
Liaison: Jeremy L. McDonald - (210) 207-0265

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Ms. Karen C. Carpenter  At Large04/04/201905/31/2023
 Mr. Mark F. Bemis  At Large03/29/201205/31/2019
 Mr. Jeff S. Beyer  At Large03/29/201205/31/2023
 Mr. Scott E. Burger  At Large04/04/201905/31/2023
 Mr. William J. Burrus P.E. At Large05/11/201705/31/2023
 Mr. James R. Caccamese  At Large03/01/201205/31/2019
 Mr. Adrian Sevilla Contreras  At Large01/13/202205/31/2023
 Mr. Lon M Culbertson  At Large01/13/202205/31/2023
 Mr. Eduardo Del Toro  At Large01/13/202205/31/2023
 Mr. Louis Faraklas  At Large03/29/201205/31/2013
 Mr. Robert G. Hanley  At Large11/21/201305/31/2019
 Mr. Max Hosford  At Large05/10/201805/31/2023
 Mr. Robert B. Jones  At Large04/04/201905/31/2019
 Mr. Gary W. Kuentz  At Large01/01/202005/31/2023
 Mr. Joe R. Leos  At Large03/20/201405/31/2019
 Mr. John Martin  At Large05/11/201705/31/2023
 Mr Gregory D McFarland  At Large01/13/202205/31/2023
 Mr. William S. Ramzel  At Large03/20/201405/31/2019
 Mr. Marc Maurice Ross  At Large01/13/202205/31/2023
 Mr. Michael J. Rust  At Large03/01/201205/31/2019
 Mr. George L. Saliba  At Large04/04/201905/31/2023
 Mr. Frank J. Sitterle Jr. At Large03/29/201205/31/2015
 Mr. Arthur Sylvan Sitterle lll At Large03/01/201205/31/2023
 Mr. Bryan E. Smith  At Large03/01/201205/31/2019
 Mr. Lydell M. Toye  At Large03/29/201205/31/2019
 Mr. Jack G. Uptmore  At Large03/01/201205/31/2019
 AVAILABLE At Large  05/31/2015
 AVAILABLE At Large  05/31/2015
 AVAILABLE At Large  05/31/2013
 AVAILABLE At Large  05/31/2019
 AVAILABLE At Large  05/31/2019
 AVAILABLE At Large  05/31/2015
 AVAILABLE At Large  05/31/2013
 AVAILABLE At Large  05/31/2019
 
Total Members: 34
 
 
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Board Description
Board Composition: The Capital Improvements Advisory Committee is comprised of 11 Members: 10 District Appointed Members appointed by their respective Councilmembers and one (1) Member representing the Extra-Territorial Jurisdiction (ETJ). Members serve overlapping two-year terms of office.
Appointed by: City Council
District; At-Large; Mayoral Appointment: District
Categories: The Committee is required to consist of a combination of five (5) real estate development and building industry representatives and six (6) community representatives.
Mission/Purpose: The purpose of the Committee is to advise and assist in the implementation of the impact fee process pursuant to Chapter 395 of the Local Government Code which established a method for municipalities to use to impose impact fees for recouping the cost of off-site capital improvements necessitated by new development. The Committee is responsible for making recommendations to the City Council on the adoption of Land Use Assumptions and Capital Improvements Plans, and on the imposition and recalculation of impact fees.
Meeting Schedule & Location: The Committee meets as needed. Meetings are usually held on Wednesday mornings at 9:00 AM at the San Antonio Water System (SAWS) Headquarters located at 2800 US Highway 281 North. Meeting dates, times, room locations may vary. During years when the impact fee is not being updated meetings are held biannually.
Website Information: www.saws.org/CIAC
Ordinance/Articles of Incorporation/By Laws: Resolution 87-41-64
 
 
Liaison: Patrick Middleton - (210) 233-3286

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Ms. Arlene B. Fisher  District 109/08/201105/31/2019
 Ms. Susan M. Wright  District 208/11/200505/31/2023
 AVAILABLE District 3  05/31/2023
 Ms. Kacy Diane Cigarroa  District 408/05/202105/31/2023
 AVAILABLE District 5  05/31/2023
 Mr. Michael Hogan  District 611/10/200505/31/2023
 Mr. Brian G. R. Hughes  District 708/16/201805/31/2023
 Ms Amy Hardberger  District 809/29/201605/31/2023
 Mr. Michael D. Moore  District 901/14/201605/31/2017
 Mr. Brian Matthew Cox  District 1012/05/201905/31/2023
 Mr. Peter Daniel Bella  Mayoral01/16/202005/31/2021
 
Total Members: 11
 
 
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Board Description
Board Composition: The Charter Review Commission is composed of thirteen members: Seven (7) Community Representatives; two (2) Former Elected City Officials; a Former City Employee; a Member with expertise in Municipal Law; a Member with expertise in Human Resources Management; and a Member with expertise in Municipal Finance.
Appointed by: Mayor
District; At-Large; Mayoral Appointment: Mayoral
Categories: N/A
Mission/Purpose: The Charter Review Commission is charged with reviewing the Charter of the City of San Antonio to identify obsolete, inconsistent, or unwieldy sections or terms; to study the issues of Council pay, and the filling of the office of the Mayor in the event of a midterm vacancy; and make other suggestions for amendment that it finds advisable. The Commission shall bring all recommended amendments to the City Council for consideration. The Commission is further charged with the continued review of the Charter, and to bring recommendations to the City Council for consideration for future Charter amendment elections.
Meeting Schedule & Location: Meetings are held on an Ad Hoc basis. Meeting locations and times are to be determined.
Website Information: https://www.sanantonio.gov/City-Attorney/Charter-Review-Commission
Ordinance/Articles of Incorporation/By Laws: 2014-08-07-0519
2014-09-11-0674
 
 
Liaison: John Peterek - (210) 207-2080

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 AVAILABLE Mayoral  05/31/2019
 AVAILABLE Mayoral  05/31/2019
 Dr. Thomas F. Brereton  Mayoral03/28/201805/31/2019
 Mrs. Bonnie J. Conner  Mayoral03/28/201805/31/2019
 Dr. Charles Lee Cotrell  Mayoral03/28/201805/31/2019
 Dr. Henry Flores II Mayoral03/28/201805/31/2019
 Mr. Hilliard Drew Galloway  Mayoral03/28/201805/31/2019
 Mr. Francisco J. Garza Jr. Mayoral12/18/201405/31/2019
 Mr. Donald John Gonzales  Mayoral03/28/201805/31/2019
 Mrs. Bonnie Prosser Elder  Mayoral03/28/201805/31/2019
 Ms Patti Patricia Radle  Mayoral03/28/201805/31/2019
 Dr. Gloria G. Rodriguez  Mayoral03/28/201805/31/2019
 AVAILABLE Mayoral  05/31/2019
 Ms. Margaret Wilson-Anaglia  Mayoral03/08/201705/31/2019
 
Total Members: 13
 
 
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Board Composition: The Citizen Action Review Board is made up of two independent boards: Sworn and Civilian. The Board rotates members every six (6) months. The Citizen Advisory Action Board (CAAB) is also commonly referred to as the Complaint and Administrative Review Board (CARB).
Appointed by: City Council
District; At-Large; Mayoral Appointment: Other
Categories: The Sworn Board has seven (7) members comprised of the following ranks: Deputy Chief, Captain, Lieutenant, Sergeant, Detective, and two (2) Officers. The Civilian Board has seven (7) Community members are approved by City Council. The Deputy Chief serves as the Board Chairperson.
Mission/Purpose: The Complaint and Administrative Review Board (CARB) reviews cases of alleged non-criminal misconduct committed by police officers. After reviewing the cases, CARB Members make recommendations to the Chief of Police as to whether discipline is warranted.
Meeting Schedule & Location: Meetings are held bi-monthly on Wednesdays at 8:30 a.m. in the Washington Square Building, Internal Affairs Conference Room, 800 Dolorosa St., 78207
Website Information: https://www.sanantonio.gov/sapd/carb
Ordinance/Articles of Incorporation/By Laws: 2010-12-16-1090
 
 
Liaison: Joefrank Picazo - (210) 207-8430

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. Jeremiah K. Broderick  Other02/20/202005/05/2024
 Mr. Paul Andrew Drummond  Other05/05/202205/05/2024
 Mrs. Karen Farias  Other02/20/202005/05/2024
 Mr. Jay Franklin  Other05/05/202205/05/2024
 Mr. Vincent Bernard Holman Sr. Other05/05/202205/05/2024
 Ms. Sydney Knowles  Other10/14/202110/14/2023
 Mr. Roy Edward Lozano Jr Other02/20/202005/05/2024
 Mr Juan Carlos Merlo  Other10/14/202110/14/2023
 Ms. Lillian Rivera  Other05/05/202205/05/2024
 AVAILABLE Other  12/02/2022
 Ms Cristina Villegas-Hernandez  Other12/17/202012/02/2022
 Ms Deborah Warner  Other05/05/202205/05/2024
 Ms Tammy Lyn Wincott  Other10/14/202110/14/2023
 Mrs. Raquel Zapata  Other06/20/201910/14/2023
 
Total Members: 14
 
 
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Board Composition: The City Bond Oversight Commission (CBOC) is comprised of 15 Members appointed by the City Council: 10 Council District Members appointed by their respective Councilmembers; one (1) Commission Chair appointed by the Mayor; one (1) Vice-Chair appointed by the Mayor; and three (3) Members appointed from and representing the Parks & Recreation Board, the San Antonio Public Library Board; and one (1) Bexar Regional Watershed Management Committee Member appointed by the Mayor. Members serve overlapping one-year terms with no limit on the number of terms that may be served.
Appointed by: Mayoral & City Council
District; At-Large; Mayoral Appointment: District
Categories: 10 Council District Members appointed by their respective Councilmembers; one (1) Commission Chair appointed by the Mayor; one (1) Vice-Chair appointed by the Mayor; and three (3) Members appointed from and representing the Parks & Recreation Board, the San Antonio Public Library Board; and one (1) Bexar Regional Watershed Management Committee Member appointed by the Mayor.
Mission/Purpose: The CBOC was charged with oversight of the completion of the City’s 2017 Bond Program to ensure efficiency, equity, timeliness and accountability.
Meeting Schedule & Location: The Commission met on a quarterly basis and provided annual reports to the full City Council. No future meetings are planned.
Website Information: www.sanantonio.gov/cims/cboc.asp.
Ordinance/Articles of Incorporation/By Laws: 98146
2017-11-02-0856
 
 
Liaison: Jessica Shirley-Saenz - (210) 207-2209

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 
Total Members: 15
 
 
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Board Composition: The City Commission on Veterans Affairs (CCVA) is comprised of 11 members: 10 District Appointed Members appointed by their respective Councilmembers and one (1) Member appointed by the Mayor. Commissioners serve overlapping two-year terms of office and may serve no more than three two-year terms.
Appointed by: City Council
District; At-Large; Mayoral Appointment: District
Categories: District-Appointed Veteran Representatives from all Military branches are selected to serve Veterans in need of assistance.
Mission/Purpose: The Commission's mission is to serve the Mayor and City Council in an advisory capacity on issues affecting the City's military population, both active and retired. These issues include elderly services, disabled services, homelessness, affordable housing, health and employment. The Commission serves as the community's liaison and advocate for Veterans' affairs and makes recommendations for improving services. The Commission will also consider the impact of any future Base Realignment and Closures to the City's military population, and also act as a clearinghouse on the many services available to Veterans. Serve the City Council in an advisory capacity on Legislative issues affecting the City's Military population, both active and retired, serve as the community's liaison and advocate for Veterans' affairs, advise the City Council on issues affecting San Antonio veterans and their families and make recommendations for improving services.
Meeting Schedule & Location: The Commission meets on the third Monday of the month at 6:30 p.m. with the exception of City Holidays. Location may vary. At a minimum, the meetings occur once a quarter with the typical cycle being every other month. For 2022, the Board determined monthly meetings will occur until the Board's Bylaws Subcommittee is suspended.
Website Information: https://www.sanantonio.gov/oma/Veterans
Ordinance/Articles of Incorporation/By Laws: 93743
 
 
Liaison: Debe Clark - (210) 207-2712

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. Cris Vieyra Jr. District 105/31/201205/31/2023
 Maj. Burrell Dewayne Parmer  District 208/04/202205/31/2023
 LTC(RET) Edward Ray Fears  District 312/02/202105/31/2023
 Ms. Juanita Felicitas Sepulveda  District 412/14/201705/31/2023
 Mr. John William Gauna Jr. District 509/30/202105/31/2023
 Mr Oliver Bernard Carr  District 612/05/201905/31/2023
 Mr. Philip C Beekley  District 701/13/202205/31/2023
 Mr Tracy Bernard Potts  District 801/31/201905/31/2023
 Mr Humberto L Quintanilla II District 910/14/202105/31/2023
 Mr. Kevin Crozier  District 1011/07/201905/31/2023
 Mr. Richard Delgado Jr. Mayoral11/30/201705/31/2023
 
Total Members: 11
 
 
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Board Composition: The City of San Antonio Commission on Education is is comprised of (11) members: 10 District Appointed Members appointed by their respective Councilmembers and one (1) Member appointed by the Mayor. Commissioners serve on a two-year term which runs concurrently with the term of the appointing Councilmember.
Appointed by: City Council
District; At-Large; Mayoral Appointment: District
Categories: 10 District Appointed Members appointed by their respective Councilmembers and one (1) Member appointed by the Mayor.
Mission/Purpose: The purpose of the commission is to serve in an advisory capacity to the Mayor and City Council on matters affecting the education of San Antonio residents. The focus of the Commission is to concentrate efforts on advising policymakers and key stakeholders on programs and services that align with the City’s education goals, indicators, and measures; communicate recommended improvements with persons and institutions able to affect change; and work in concert with others to foster actions beneficial to the San Antonio community.
Meeting Schedule & Location: The meetings are scheduled for the first Tuesday of each month. Location and time may vary.
Website Information: www.sanantonio.gov/humanservices
Ordinance/Articles of Incorporation/By Laws:
2022-01-27-0044;
2013-02-14-0114
 
 
Liaison: Jemm Morris - (210) 207-1467

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Ms. Sonya R. Hernandez  District 111/02/201705/31/2019
 Ms. Elizabeth Holmes  District 208/04/202205/31/2023
 Mrs. Clarissa Esparza Tejeda  District 301/13/202205/31/2023
 AVAILABLE District 4  05/31/2019
 Ms. Sarah Zimmerman  District 509/01/202205/31/2023
 AVAILABLE District 6  05/31/2023
 Ms. Irene Zinsmeister  District 702/03/202205/31/2023
 Dr. Carol Harle  District 804/04/201905/31/2023
 Ms. Daliene Hendon  District 908/05/202105/31/2023
 Ms. Naomi E. Miller  District 1008/08/201905/31/2023
 Ms. Linda Lopez-George  Mayoral02/10/202205/31/2023
 
Total Members: 11
 
 
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Board Composition: The Board is comprised of 11 Members: 10 District Appointed Members appointed by their respective Councilmembers and one (1) Member appointed by the Mayor. Each Member serves a two-year term of office concurrent with the term of the appointing City Councilmember.
Appointed by: City Council
District; At-Large; Mayoral Appointment: District
Categories: 10 District Appointed Members appointed by their respective Councilmembers and one (1) Member appointed by the Mayor.
Mission/Purpose: The City of San Antonio Commission on Strengthening Family Well-Being (CSFWB) serves in an advisory capacity to the Department of Human Services and the City Council on matters affecting the well-being of San Antonio residents and families, with particular focus on financial strengthening and stability building of San Antonio residents. The CSFWB works in concert with stakeholders and the Department of Human Services to help meet the family well-being and safety net goals, indicators, and identified measures
Meeting Schedule & Location: Meetings are held on the second Thursday of every other month at 4:30 pm at the Willie C. Velasquez Center located at 1302 N. Zarzamora St., San Antonio, Texas, 78205.
Website Information: https://www.sanantonio.gov/humanservices/about/boardscommission#3843223-sa-2020-commission-on-strengthening-family-well-being
Ordinance/Articles of Incorporation/By Laws:
2022-01-27-0044; 2013-02-14-0114
 
 
Liaison: Richard Keith - (210) 207-4647

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Ms. Erin Courtney Cusack  District 111/02/201705/31/2019
 Dr. Keely Holland Petty  District 210/07/202205/31/2023
 Dr. Venus Vela  District 301/13/202205/31/2023
 Mrs. Amy Elizabeth Hoffmann  District 406/17/202105/31/2023
 Mrs. Tricia A Fayadh  District 509/08/202205/31/2023
 Ms. Kelly Rasti  District 602/14/201905/31/2023
 Mrs. Celina Escamilla  District 708/16/201805/31/2023
 Ms. Mary Leslie Palmer  District 803/19/202005/31/2023
 Ms. Alexandra Bachran  District 908/04/202205/31/2023
 Mrs. Joredanne Carmack  District 1005/05/202205/31/2023
 Mrs. Elysia Gayle Hulings  Mayoral01/30/202005/31/2023
 
Total Members: 11
 
 
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Board Composition: The City of San Antonio Higher Education Student Advisory Board (HESAB) is composed of 11 Members currently enrolled in a local College or University: 10 District Appointed Student Members appointed by their respective Councilmembers and one (1) Student Member appointed by the Mayor. Student Member serve a two-year term of office concurrent with the term of the appointing City Councilmember.
Appointed by: City Council
District; At-Large; Mayoral Appointment: District
Categories: The City of San Antonio Higher Education Student Advisory Board (HESAB) is comprised of Representatives from a pool of students nominated by San Antonio institutions of higher education including, but not limited to: The University of Texas at San Antonio; Texas A&M University-San Antonio; University of the Incarnate Word; St. Mary's University; Our Lady of the Lake University; Trinity University; San Antonio College; Northwest Vista College; Northeast Lakeview College; Palo Alto College; and St. Phillip's College.
Mission/Purpose: The City of San Antonio Higher Education Student Advisory Board (HESAB) serves to help increase college enrollment, retention of college graduates, and advises the Mayor and City Council on policy matters of interest to students who are enrolled in colleges and universities in San Antonio.
Meeting Schedule & Location: HESAB meets monthly during the academic year (from September to May). Meeting times and locations may vary. Please refer to the posted agenda to obtain meeting details at https://sanantonio.primegov.com/public/portal
Website Information: www.sanantonio.gov/humanservices
Ordinance/Articles of Incorporation/By Laws:
2022-01-27-0044; 2018-02-08-0083
 
 
Liaison: Jemm Morris - (210) 207-1467

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. Noel Cortez  District 802/17/202205/31/2023
 Mr. Armaan Singh Dhillon  District 1004/07/202205/31/2023
 Ms. Isela Uribe Martin  Mayoral12/02/202105/31/2023
 AVAILABLE District 2  05/31/2021
 AVAILABLE District 1  05/31/2019
 AVAILABLE District 3  05/31/2019
 AVAILABLE District 5  05/31/2019
 AVAILABLE District 9  05/31/2021
 AVAILABLE District 7  05/31/2019
 AVAILABLE District 4  05/31/2021
 Mr. Michael Anthony Valdez  District 609/01/202205/31/2023
 
Total Members: 11
 
 
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Board Composition: The City/County Joint Commission on Elderly Affairs (CCJCEA) is comprised of 16 Members: 10 District Appointed Members appointed by their respective Councilmembers and one (1) Member appointed by the Mayor; and five (5) Members appointed by Bexar County Commissioner's Court.
Appointed by: City Council
District; At-Large; Mayoral Appointment: District
Categories: All members are 60 years of age or older, unless a Ordinance granting an age waiver is approved by City Council and Commissioners Court.
Mission/Purpose: The mission of the CCJCEA is serve City Council and the County Commissioners Court in an advisory capacity on issues affecting citizens 60 years and older. To improve the quality of life of Seniors in San Antonio and Bexar County through support of Senior Services, and resources, advocacy and outreach
Meeting Schedule & Location: Meetings are coordinated by the Human Services Department and are held on the 2nd Wednesday of each month at 10:00 AM at the Bexar County Vista Verde Building, 4th Floor Strategy Room, 223, N. Pecos La Trinidad.
Website Information: https://www.sanantonio.gov/humanservices/about/boardscommission#3843151-city--council-joint-commission-on-elderly-affairs
Ordinance/Articles of Incorporation/By Laws: 96037
 
 
Liaison: Yolanda Perez - (210) 207-6379

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Ms. Barbara Witte-Howell  District 112/13/201205/31/2023
 Mr. Frank C. Brown  District 204/29/202105/31/2021
 Mrs Noralyn Page Ripps  District 309/16/202105/31/2023
 Mrs. Maria Fernanda Cardenas  District 410/31/201905/31/2021
 Ms. Gloria Zamora  District 511/07/201305/31/2017
 Mr. Bert Pickell  District 612/03/202005/31/2023
 Ms. Edna Doris Griffin  District 711/02/200605/31/2023
 Ms. Jane Velasquez  District 809/20/201805/31/2019
 Mr. Daniel S. Meza  District 902/08/201805/31/2021
 Mr. William Gavin Nichols  District 1011/14/201905/31/2023
 Ms. Lila G. Aguirre  Mayoral11/30/201705/31/2021
 
Total Members: 11
 
 
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Board Composition: The Mayor and City Council shall appoint members, recommended by the City Manager and the Office of Sustainability. The Climate Equity Advisory Committee is comprised of 11 Members total: 10 At-Large Members and 1 Chair or Vice-Chair of the SA Climate Ready Technical & Community Advisory Committee. All are voting members and serve 2-year terms. NOTE: Por favor, póngase en contacto con la Oficina de Sustentabilidad al 210.207.6103 o Sustainability@sanantonio.gov si necesita ayuda al llenar la solicitud, o si desea una copia de la solicitud en Español.
Appointed by: City Council
District; At-Large; Mayoral Appointment: At-Large
Categories: The Committee will be made up of representatives from community based organizations and other key stakeholders representing the interests of low-income populations, communities of color, and other vulnerable populations. Preferred expertise: Social Justice, Environmental Justice, Climate, and Racial Justice, Affordable Housing and Houselessness/Homelessness, Public Health, Food Security, Disability and Mobility Justice, Immigrant Rights, Educational Attainment, Small Business, and Workforce Development. Members shall serve two-year terms, for a maximum of two consecutive terms, or a total of four years. Terms are coterminous with Council. No member may be appointed to the Committee should their service exceed four full years. Chair and Vice Chair serve one-year terms. The Chair and Vice Chair are not limited on number of terms served as Chair and Vice Chair; however, they must comply with the overall maximum terms for members of the Committee.
Mission/Purpose: The mission of the SA Climate Ready Climate Equity Advisory Committee includes advising City staff and City Council on the advancement of equity-centered implementation of the SA Climate Ready Plan and long-term sustainability plans, such as the SA Tomorrow Sustainability Plan.
Meeting Schedule & Location: Meetings are held on the first Monday of every other month from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm. The meetings may take place virtually and in-person and are held in the San Antonio River Authority Boardroom and Council Briefing Room.
Website Information: For more information, please visit https://www.sanantonio.gov/Sustainability and http://www.saclimateready.org/
Ordinance/Articles of Incorporation/By Laws: Ordinance 2019-10-17-0840
Ordinance 2019-12-12-1066
SA Climate Ready: A Pathway for Climate Action and Adaptation
 
 
Liaison: Olga Montellano Campos - (210) 207-6103

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. Aaron Michael Arguello  At Large10/08/202005/31/2021
 Ms. Melissa Bryant  At Large10/08/202105/31/2021
 Dr. Adelita Gonzales Cantu PhD,RN At Large10/08/202005/31/2021
 Ms. Anacua Garcia  At Large10/08/202005/31/2021
 Mr. Jesus Garcia-Gonzalez  At Large10/08/202005/31/2021
 Ms Harjot Kaur  At Large10/08/202005/31/2021
 Ms. Diana Elisa Lopez Perez  At Large10/08/202005/31/2021
 Mr. Joshua "Josh" D. Scott  At Large10/08/202005/31/2021
 Dr. Joseph "Joe" M. Simpson  At Large10/08/202005/31/2021
 AVAILABLE At Large  05/31/2021
 AVAILABLE At Large  05/31/2021
 
Total Members: 11
 
 
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Board Composition: The SA Climate Ready Technical & Community Advisory Committee is comprised of 24 Members total. All are voting members and are serving on 2 year terms. NOTE: Por favor, póngase en contacto con la Oficina de Sustentabilidad al 210.207.6103 o Sustainability@sanantonio.gov si necesita ayuda al llenar la solicitud, o si desea una copia de la solicitud en Español.
Appointed by: City Council
District; At-Large; Mayoral Appointment: At-large
Categories: Organizational members include CPS Energy; San Antonio Water System; VIA Metropolitan Transit; San Antonio River Authority; and Joint Base San Antonio. At-large members should have the following preferred expertise: Energy Generation/Distribution, High Performance/Green Buildings, Vehicle Technology, Active Transportation/Mobility/ Accessibility, Food Systems, Urban Planning and Land Use, Historic Preservation/Cultural Heritage, Waste and Consumption, Natural Systems: Water/Green Infrastructure/Forestry/Biodiversity, Public Health, Climate Science, Educational Institutions, Neighborhood Representative, Business and Industry, Social/Environmental/Climate/Racial Justice, and Environmental Advocacy. Members shall serve two-year terms, for a maximum of two consecutive terms, or a total of four years. Terms are coterminous with Council. No member may be appointed to the Committee should their service exceed four full years. Chair and Vice Chair serve one-year terms. The Chair and Vice Chair are not limited on number of terms served as Chair and Vice Chair; however, they must comply with the overall maximum terms for members of the Committee.
Mission/Purpose: The mission for the SA Climate Ready Technical & Community Advisory Committee includes advising City Staff and City Council on the implementation of the SA Climate Ready Plan, and long-term sustainability plans, such as the SA Tomorrow Sustainability Plan. The Committee is designed to provide expertise, diverse perspectives, and input regarding implementation of the SA Climate Ready Plan as the City works to achieve greenhouse gas reduction and adaptation goals.
Meeting Schedule & Location: Meetings are held on the first Tuesday of every other month from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm. The meetings may take place virtually and in-person (in the Municipal Plaza B Room and Pre-K for SA) and are held in the San Antonio River Authority Boardroom and Council Briefing Room.
Website Information: For more information, please visit https://www.sanantonio.gov/Sustainability and http://www.saclimateready.org/
Ordinance/Articles of Incorporation/By Laws: Ordinance 2019-10-17-0840
Ordinance 2019-12-12-1066
SA Climate Ready: A Pathway for Climate Action and Adaptation
 
 
Liaison: Olga Montellano Campos - (210) 207-6103

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Ms Dolores Belmares  At Large10/08/202005/31/2021
 Ms Ashley E Bird  At Large10/08/202005/31/2021
 Mrs. Melissa A Bryant  At Large10/08/202005/31/2021
 Mr. Richard Harold Cavender  At Large10/08/202005/31/2021
 Mr. James E Cooper Jr. At Large10/08/202005/31/2021
 Ms Estella Jackelyn Cota-Trevino  At Large10/08/202005/31/2021
 Mr. Brian Matthew Cox  At Large10/08/202005/31/2021
 Dr. Neil Debbage  At Large10/08/202005/31/2021
 Mr. Jesus Garcia-Gonzalez  At Large10/08/202005/31/2021
 Ms Karen Lee Guz  At Large10/08/202005/31/2021
 Mrs. Ashley Harris  At Large10/08/202005/31/2021
 Ms. Kathleen Marie Horne  At Large10/08/202005/31/2021
 Ms. Miriam Juckett  At Large10/08/202005/31/2021
 Mr. Stephen Hooper Lucke  At Large10/08/202005/31/2021
 Dr. Kelly Guadalupe Lyons  At Large10/08/202005/31/2021
 Mr. Francisco Manon  At Large10/08/202005/31/2021
 Mr Marvin Warren Pair  At Large10/08/202005/31/2021
 Dr Jimmy Perkins  At Large10/08/202005/31/2021
 Mr John Plescia  At Large10/08/202005/31/2021
 Mrs Angela Donaubauer Rodriguez  At Large10/08/202005/31/2021
 AVAILABLE At Large  05/31/2021
 AVAILABLE At Large  05/31/2021
 Mr. David Walter   12/02/202105/31/2023
 Mr Richard Ryan Weber  At Large10/08/202005/31/2021
 
Total Members: 24
 
 
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Board Composition: The CAAB is a federally mandated tripartite board comprised of 15 members as follows: Five (5) Representatives of the Low Income Individuals and Families; five (5) Representatives from private groups and organizations with an interest in serving individuals and families living in poverty; five (5) Elected Officials, to include 4 City Councilmembers appointed by the Mayor, and (one) 1 County Commissioner appointed by the County Judge.
Appointed by: Mayor and City Council; County Judge
District; At-Large; Mayoral Appointment: Other
Categories: The CAAB is a federally mandated tripartite board comprised of 15 members as follows: • (5) Representatives of the Low Income Individuals and Families • (5) Representatives of Organizations • (5) Elected Officials to include 4 City Council Members appointed by the Mayor, and 1 County Commissioner appointed by the County Judge.
Mission/Purpose: The Community Action Advisory Board (CAAB) serve in an advisory capacity to assist the City Council in its role as the governing body for the Bexar County Community Action Agency (CAA). The CAAB advises the Department of Human Services (DHS) and City Council on the needs, concerns, and goals of low-income persons; recommends policies; and advises on the allocation of federal Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) funds. CAAB provides advisory to DHS Head Start, Training for Job Success Program, Financial Empowerment Centers, Emergency Assistance & Ameri-Corps Vista. The CAAB acts in an advisory capacity to the City Council on the operation of the Community Action Program (CAP), and oversees the extent and quality of services for low income individuals and families. DHS has operated the Community Action Program (CAP) since 1979 and is the designated Community Action Agency and CSBG eligible entity for Bexar County.
Meeting Schedule & Location: CAAB meetings are held on the 3rd Thursday of every month from 3:30-5:30 pm at The Head Start Building located at 1227 Brady Blvd., San Antonio, Texas 78207
Website Information: SanAntonio.gov/humanservices/adult/boardcommission
Ordinance/Articles of Incorporation/By Laws: 96746
97500
 
 
Liaison: Minerva Hernandez - (210) 207-5917

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. Demetric Byrd  Other  12/31/2019
 Councilmember Teri Castillo  Mayoral08/05/202105/31/2023
 Councilmember John Courage  Mayoral08/05/202105/31/2023
 Councilmember Jalen McKee-Rodriguez  Mayoral08/05/202105/31/2023
 Councilmember Ana Sandoval  Mayoral07/11/201905/31/2023
 Mrs. Kathleen A Barfield  Other  12/31/2019
 Mr. John Ray Canales  Other01/01/201912/31/2022
 Ms. Holly Frindell  Other01/01/201612/31/2017
 Ms. Cynthia Garcia  Other01/01/201912/31/2022
 Mr. Abdon Garza  Other01/01/202012/31/2023
 Rev. Victor Roberto Martinez  Other02/13/202012/31/2023
 Mrs Delia Hernandez Martinez  Other02/21/201912/21/2022
 Commissioner Sergio "Chico" Rodriguez  Other  05/31/2021
 AVAILABLE Other  12/31/2019
 AVAILABLE Other  12/31/2020
 
Total Members: 15
 
 
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Board Composition: The Conservation Advisory Board is comprised of nine (9) members from each of the following organizations: Texas Parks and Wildlife Department; The Edwards Aquifer Authority; The San Antonio River Authority; The San Antonio Water System; The Parks and Recreation Advisory Board; The Economic Development Foundation; Medina County; Uvalde County; and the Director of the San Antonio Parks and Recreation Department. serving for two-year, concurrent terms. Board members may be reappointed indefinitely so long as they remain eligible in a given category.
Appointed by: City Council
District; At-Large; Mayoral Appointment: Other
Categories: The Conservation Advisory Board is comprised of nine (9) members from each of the following organizations: Texas Parks and Wildlife Department; The Edwards Aquifer Authority; The San Antonio River Authority; The San Antonio Water System; The Parks and Recreation Advisory Board; The Economic Development Foundation; Medina County; Uvalde County; and the Director of the San Antonio Parks and Recreation Department.
Mission/Purpose: The Conservation Advisory Board (CAB) provides input and advice to staff and City Council regarding: The acquisition of sensitive land over the Edwards Aquifer and the appropriate development and stewardship of such land acquired, pursuant to the Parks Development and Expansion Venue Project (2000), and pursuant to the Edwards Aquifer Protection Venue Projects (2005, 2010 and 2015); and the stewardship and monitoring of conservation easements acquired under the Edwards Aquifer Protection Venue Project(s).
Meeting Schedule & Location: The CAB meets once every month per year during the initial evaluation and acquisition phases of the programs, usually on the fourth Wednesday of the month. The CAB typically does not meet in July and holds a combined November/December meeting. Additional meetings may be held at the discretion of the Board and times and locations may vary.
Website Information: https://www.sanantonio.gov/ParksAndRec/About-Mission/Boards/Conservation-Advisory-Board
Ordinance/Articles of Incorporation/By Laws: 91566
100985
 
 
Liaison: Phillip Covington - (210) 207-3003

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mrs. Jessica Alderson  Other04/04/201905/31/2023
 Mr. Brock J Curry  Other10/01/202005/31/2023
 Mr. Rogelio Garcia  Other04/04/201905/31/2023
 Mr. Homer Garcia, III  Other07/19/201905/31/2023
 Mr. Stephen Graham  Other03/05/202005/31/2023
 Dr. Russell Alan Persyn  Other04/04/201905/31/2023
 Mr. Robert Richard Puente  Other10/01/202005/31/2023
 Dr Francine Sanders Romero  Other10/01/202005/31/2023
 AVAILABLE Other  05/31/2021
 
Total Members: 9
 
 
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Board Composition: The CPS Energy Board of Trustees consists of four (4) Citizens residing in each of the four (4) geographical quadrants of the City of San Antonio, and the Mayor of San Antonio who serves as an Ex-Officio Member. Trustees must reside within the CPS Energy quadrant that they represent. Board members serve for a term of five (5) years and are eligible to serve one additional term. Members receive $2,000 compensation per year; the chairperson receives $2,500 per year. The Mayor of the City of San Antonio receives no compensation.
Appointed by: Mayor and City Council
District; At-Large; Mayoral Appointment: Mayor
Categories: Other
Mission/Purpose: The CPS Energy Board of Trustees, in accordance with bond ordinances, governs the natural gas and electric utility. The Board has authority and power with reference to the control, management, and operation of the electric and gas systems and their expenditures.
Meeting Schedule & Location: Meetings are typically held on the last Monday of each month at 1:00 PM in the Boardroom on the first floor of the CPS Energy Main Office Building Headquarters located at 500 McCullough. Meeting duration is usually four hours.
Website Information: For more information, please go to https://www.cpsenergy.com/en/about-us/who-we-are/trustees.html?linkvar=new-main or contact CPS Energy Board Liaison Jessica Landin at 210-353-4714. Please note: **Application submittals are directly through CPS Energy at: www.cpsenergy.com.
Ordinance/Articles of Incorporation/By Laws:
 
 
Liaison: Jessica Landin - (210) 353-3212

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mayor Ron Nirenberg  Mayoral06/01/201705/31/2023
 Ms. Juanita Janie Gonzalez  Other01/31/201901/31/2024
 Dr. Willis Mackey  Other04/05/201801/31/2023
 Dr. Francine Sanders Romero  Other01/26/202201/31/2027
 Mr. John T. Steen  Other02/18/201601/31/2023
 
Total Members: 5
 
 
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Board Composition: The Disability Access Advisory Committee (DAAC) is comprised of 11 Members: 10 District Appointed Members appointed by their respective Councilmembers and one (1) Member appointed by the Mayor. Commissioners serve a two-year term of office. A quorum of 6 voting members is required to conduct business on the Board’s agenda.
Appointed by: City Council
District; At-Large; Mayoral Appointment: District
Categories: The Committee membership consists of disability community representatives, providers of disability services, and community representatives
Mission/Purpose: The mission of the Disability Access Advisory Committee (DAAC) is to work closely with the Disability Access Office as part of San Antonio's efforts to provide accessible City services, programs and facilities for all residents, regardless of ability.
Meeting Schedule & Location: The majority of the 2021 meeting were held virtually. When in person meetings resumed, they were held on the second Monday of each month at 3:00 PM at the Carver Library, 3350 E. Commerce.
Website Information: For more information, please visit http://www.sanantonio.gov/DAO/About/Disabilityaccessadvisorycommittee
Ordinance/Articles of Incorporation/By Laws: 48781
75371
 
 
Liaison: Olivia Gaitan - (210) 207-7245

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 AVAILABLE District 1  05/31/2019
 Mrs Donna Watts Lewis  District 212/10/202005/31/2023
 Mr. Christian Daniel Sanchez  District 304/07/202205/31/2023
 Mrs. Julia Ann Stotts  District 406/17/202105/31/2023
 Mr. Andre Greene  District 509/08/202205/31/2023
 Mrs. Laura Sifuentes Lopez  District 605/05/202205/31/2023
 Ms. Melanie Cawthon  District 708/05/202105/31/2023
 Mr. Gil Garza  District 809/09/202105/31/2023
 Mr. Jose Martinez  District 905/10/201805/31/2023
 Ms. Chantel Keller  District 1006/02/202205/31/2023
 Mr. Miguel Castro  Mayoral09/30/202105/31/2023
 
Total Members: 11
 
 
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Board Composition: The Employee Management Committee (EMC) is comprised of City Employees as follows: A Representative from the City Manager’s Office; three (3) City Department Directors; a Representative from the Human Resources Department; an Organizational Representative from each registered employee association; a Employee Representative from each registered employee association; and a Representative from each EEO Category. The EMC is not a public-facing committee and does not accept applications from residents or any other outside organizations or agencies.
Appointed by: City Manager; Registered Employee Organization; and EEO Representative appointed by election
District; At-Large; Mayoral Appointment: Other
Categories: A Representative from the City Manager’s Office; three (3) City Department Directors; a Representative from the Human Resources Department; an Organizational Representative from each registered employee association; a Employee Representative from each registered employee association; and a Representative from each EEO Category.
Mission/Purpose: The Employee Management Committee (EMC) provides an avenue for Employees, City management, and registered employee associations representing civilian employees to discuss issues and concerns related to employment conditions.
Meeting Schedule & Location: Meetings take place on a Wednesday once a quarter at 111 Soledad, Suite 100 from 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM.
Website Information: https://www.sanantonio.gov/EmployeeInformation/Relations/EMC
Ordinance/Articles of Incorporation/By Laws: 99630
 
 
Liaison: Laura Palmer - (210) 207-0089

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. Roger Arnold  Other10/01/201909/30/2021
 Mr. Robert Jones  Other10/01/201909/30/2021
 Ms. Elizabeth Rios  Other10/01/201909/30/2021
 Mr. Henry Bassuk  Other12/01/201609/30/2021
 Ms. Rachel Cavazos  Other10/01/201909/30/2021
 Ms. Alma Cunningham  Other02/01/200509/30/2021
 Ms. Renee Frieda  Other02/28/201309/30/2021
 Ms. Victoria Garcia  Other10/01/201909/30/2021
 Mrs. Florence Harper-Owens  Other10/01/201909/30/2021
 Mr. Heber Lefgren  Other09/30/201909/30/2021
 Mr. David McCary  Other08/01/200909/30/2021
 Mr. Ivan Munoz  Other10/01/201909/30/2021
 Mr. Stephen Paez  Other10/01/201909/30/2021
 Mr. Jorge Perez  Other05/30/201209/30/2021
 Mr. Homero Perez  Other10/01/201909/30/2021
 Mr. Rudy Rosales  Other02/01/200509/30/2021
 Mr. Cresencio Sandoval  Other07/29/201609/30/2021
 Mr. Manuel Serrano  Other10/01/201909/30/2021
 Ms. Lori Steward  Other07/13/201509/30/2021
 Mr. Roger Tamez  Other10/01/201909/30/2021
 AVAILABLE Other  09/30/2021
 Ms. Sheri Van Horsen  Other10/01/201909/30/2021
 
Total Members: 22
 
 
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Board Composition: The Ethics Review Board is comprised of 11 members: 10 District Appointed Members appointed by their respective Councilmembers and one (1) Member appointed by the Mayor. Members serve a two-year staggered term of office and are not eligible to serve more than three (3) full terms of office.
Appointed by: City Council
District; At-Large; Mayoral Appointment: District
Categories: No person appointed to the Board may be: A salaried City official or employee; an elected public official; a candidate for elected public office; an officer of a political party; a person required by ordinance to register as a lobbyist; or a campaign treasurer, campaign manager, officer or other policy or decision-maker for the campaign of any candidate or political action committee. ERB Members may not serve on any other City Board or Commission. Additionally, City Council shall support the inclusion of at least one (1) attorney and one (1) individual with expertise in finance or accounting within the membership of the ERB.
Mission/Purpose: The Ethics Review Board, as established by City Charter, is an 11 Member District-appointed Board with independent jurisdiction to enforce and sanction violations of the City Code relating to ethics, lobbying, and municipal campaign finance. The Board strives to promote integrity, independence, and impartiality of service by City Officials, City employees, and others whose actions may affect the public faith in City government. This is done through the delivery of clear and timely advice, ongoing education, and fair enforcement of matters under the Board’s jurisdiction and its powers granted by the City Charter, the Ethics Code, and the Municipal Campaign Finance Code.
Meeting Schedule & Location: The Office of the City Clerk coordinates ERB meetings. Meetings are held as needed and the meeting location is typically the "C" Room of the Municipal Plaza Building located at 114 W. Commerce.
Website Information: https://www.sanantonio.gov/Ethics/Ethics-Review-Board-Opinions
Ordinance/Articles of Incorporation/By Laws: 76933
100283
 
 
Liaison: Rosalinda Diaz - (210) 207-7021

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Dr. Fred Campbell  District 106/02/202204/25/2023
 Mr. Patrick Lang  District 203/01/201804/25/2023
 Dr. George Hinojosa Jr. District 310/29/202004/25/2023
 Dr. Esther S Gergen  District 411/04/202004/25/2021
 AVAILABLE District 5  04/25/2015
 Mr. Efrain Rene Sosa  District 608/04/202204/25/2024
 Mrs. Roxana V. Vargas  District 702/04/202104/25/2022
 Mrs. Jessica Karam Oley  District 801/16/202004/25/2021
 Ms. Christy Ann Woodward  District 911/14/201904/25/2023
 Mr. Rodney Van Kirk  District 1003/02/201704/25/2021
 Mrs. Coda Edith Rayo-Garza  Mayoral10/17/201904/25/2020
 
Total Members: 11
 
 
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Board Composition: The Fire and Police Pension Fund (FPPF) - San Antonio is comprised of three (3) Members appointed by the Mayor; two (2) Active Fire Trustees; one (1) Retired Fire Trustee; two (2) Active Police Trustees; and one (1) Retired Trustee.
Appointed by: Mayor; Other
District; At-Large; Mayoral Appointment: Mayoral
Categories: One (1) Member and (2) City Councilmembers appointed by the Mayor; two (2) Active Fire Trustees; one (1) Retired Fire Trustee; two (2) Active Police Trustees; and one (1) Retired Trustee.
Mission/Purpose: The Fire and Police Pension Fund- San Antonio provides comprehensive retirement, death and disability benefits for the City of San Antonio's approximately 5,987 police officers, firefighters, retirees and their beneficiaries.
Meeting Schedule & Location: The FPPF Board of Trustees typically meets at 9:30 a.m. on the last Tuesday of every month, but check the agenda in case a change has been made. Everyone is welcome!
Website Information: https://www.safppf.org/Home.aspx
Ordinance/Articles of Incorporation/By Laws: TX Civil State Art 6243q; TX Civil State Art 6243o
 
 
Liaison: Warren Schott - (210) 534-3262

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. Harry Griffin  Other   
 Mr. Vance Meade  Other   
 Mr. Dean R. Pearson  Other   
 Mr. Larry A. Reed  Other   
 Commisioner Justin Rodriguez  Mayoral   
 Mr. Jim Smith  Other   
 Councilmember Clayton H. Perry  Mayoral11/30/201705/31/2023
 Councilmember Adriana Rocha Garcia  Mayoral08/05/202105/31/2023
 
Total Members: 9
 
 
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Board Composition: The Fire and Police Pre-Funded Health Care Trust Fund - San Antonio is comprised of two (2) Members and two (2) City Councilmembers appointed by the Mayor; two (2) Active Fire Representatives; one (1) Retired Fire Representative; two (2) Active Police Representatives; and one (1) Active Fire Representative
Appointed by: Mayoral; Other
District; At-Large; Mayoral Appointment: Mayoral
Categories: Two (2) Members and two (2) City Councilmembers appointed by the Mayor; two (2) Active Fire Representatives; one (1) Retired Fire Representative; two (2) Active Police Representatives; and one (1) Active Fire Representative
Mission/Purpose: The Fire and Police Pre-Funded Health Care Trust Fund - San Antonio provides comprehensive health care benefits for the City of San Antonio's approximately 5,987 police officers, firefighters, retirees and their beneficiaries.
Meeting Schedule & Location: The Fire and Police Pre-Funded Health Care Trust Fund - San Antonio typically holds it meetings at the law offices of Martin & Drought, PC, 112 E. Pecan St, Suite 1616, San Antonio, 78251; Meetings dates and times may vary.
Website Information: For more information please visit: https://www.thefundsa.org/
Ordinance/Articles of Incorporation/By Laws: TX Civil State Art 6243o
 
 
Liaison: James Bounds - (210) 220-1389

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. Douglas Berry  Other   
 Mr. Michael Despres  Other   
 Mr. Andrew Estrada  Other   
 Mr. Alex Perez  Other   
 Mr. Henry Trevino  Other   
 Councilmember Melissa Cabello Havrda  Mayoral08/15/201905/31/2023
 Councilmember John C. Courage  Mayoral08/05/202105/31/2023
 Mr. Jason Sanchez  Other  05/31/2021
 Mr. Thomas Edwin Silliman  Mayoral11/30/201705/31/2023
 Mr. Christopher Lutton  Other   
 
Total Members: 9
 
 
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Board Composition: The Fire Fighters' and Police Officers' Civil Service Commission (FFPOCSC) is made up of three (3) Members appointed by the City Manager who serve staggered 3 year terms. Appointed members must be of good moral character, a United States citizen, a resident of the City of San Antonio for more than three years, over the age of 25, and have not held a public office within the last three years. The Commission members are appointed by the City Manager and confirmed by City Council. Commissioners may serve up to three 3-year consecutive terms with additional terms subject to 2/3 majority approval of City Council.
Appointed by: City Manager; City Council
District; At-Large; Mayoral Appointment: Other
Categories: Three (3) Members who serve staggered 3 year terms
Mission/Purpose: The purpose of the Fire Fighters’ and Police Officers’ Civil Service Commission is to secure efficient Fire and Police Departments composed of capable personnel who are free from political influence and who have permanent employment tenure as public servants. The Commission administers the civil service aspects of Chapter 143 in accordance with this purpose. State Civil Service Laws (Chapter 143) applies to cities that have a population greater than 10,000, a paid Fire and/or Police Department, and a citizen-approved adoption of civil service through an election. The City voted in 1987 to adopt civil service for the Police and Fire Departments. The Commission develops, adopts and enforces rules necessary to carry out the intent of the law.
Meeting Schedule & Location: The Commission holds regular meetings on the second Monday of each month at 9:00 AM. Location varies.
Website Information: https://www.sanantonio.gov/EmployeeInformation/Relations/Commissions#13432805-uniform-civil-service
Ordinance/Articles of Incorporation/By Laws: TX Gov Code Ch 143
 
 
Liaison: Sarah Bilger - (210) 207-8719

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mrs. Francine Prosser-Johnson  Other12/16/201012/19/2021
 AVAILABLE Other  12/19/2021
 Mr. Leland Eugene Wingert  Other11/15/201810/19/2023
 
Total Members: 3
 
 
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Board Composition: The Goal Setting Committee (GSC) is comprised of five (6) members from the following categories: City Manager designee (Chair) - one (1) seat; Economic Development Department - one (1) seat; Finance (Procurement Division) - one (1) seat; Originating Department requesting the good or service – one (1) seat; and Citizens At-Large – two (2) seats. The Citizens At-Large are allowed to vote when reviewing contracts over $3 million and when establishing annual aspirational goals. The two (2) Citizens At-Large seats are appointed by the City Council.
Appointed by: City Council
District; At-Large; Mayoral Appointment: At-Large; Mayoral Appointment: At-Large
Categories: None
Mission/Purpose: The Small Business Economic Development Advocacy (SBEDA) Ordinance requires the creation of Goal Setting Committee (GSC), which votes to establish aspirational, segmented and contract-specific small, minority, and women-owned business enterprise goals on City of San Antonio contracts/projects.
Meeting Schedule & Location: The GSC votes on an ad-hoc basis when City solicitation needs arise. The GSC evaluates and votes on the SBEDA Program application digitally and meets in-person to discuss the proposed program application when there is not unanimous agreement.
Website Information: https://www.sanantonio.gov/SBO/Small-Business-Development-Advocacy-Program
Ordinance/Articles of Incorporation/By Laws:
2010-06-17-0531
2016-05-19-0367
2021-02-18-0119
 
 
Liaison: Natalie Palmer - (210) 207-3924

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Ms. Julianna A. Lopez  At Large09/15/202209/01/2023
 Mr. Frank Moreno Munoz  At Large09/15/202209/30/2024
 
Total Members: 2
 
 
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Board Composition: The Hemisfair Park Area Redevelopment Corporation (HPARC) is governed by a 13 Member Board comprised of 11 Representatives from a cross-section of local stakeholders with certain expertise; and two (2) City executive staff members as assigned by the City Manager. Members serve staggered four-year terms of office.
Appointed by: Nominated by the Mayor and approved by the City Council
District; At-Large; Mayoral Appointment: Mayor; City Council
Categories: Commercial real estate development; multi-family housing development; real estate investment and finance; downtown neighborhoods; downtown businesses; civil engineering; architecture; landscape design; park design or urban planning; historic properties redevelopment cultural or artistic interests.
Mission/Purpose: The overall mission of Hemisfair is to provide San Antonio with a vibrant, inviting, inclusive, and authentic park community. HPARC is a 501(c)3 nonprofit local government corporation established in 2009 by the San Antonio City Council. HPARC and the Hemisfair Conservancy work together to redevelop and activate the site of the 1968 World’s Fair into a series of three parks in the heart of San Antonio. In addition to environmental and cultural sustainability, Hemisfair has a goal of becoming financially self-sustaining. The Hemisfair Conservancy, an independent 501(c)3 with its own board of directors, was created to raise, manage and allocate philanthropic dollars for parks improvement projects through generous contributions from a broad variety of individual donors, family foundations, corporations and other grant-making sources.
Meeting Schedule & Location: Meetings are held bi-monthly every second Friday of odd numbered months from 8:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. in the Hemisfair Conference Room, 615 E. Nueva Street, San Antonio, TX 78205
Website Information: www.hemisfair.org
Ordinance/Articles of Incorporation/By Laws: Resolution 2009-08-13-0025R
 
 
Liaison: Melissa Chamrad - (210) 867-1305

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr Jenaro Lucio Cantu  Mayoral09/30/202108/13/2025
 Ms. Corina F. Castillo-Johnson  Mayoral05/02/201908/13/2025
 Ms. Cara D. DeAnda  Mayoral12/03/201508/13/2025
 Mr. Juan A. Landa  Mayoral12/03/201508/13/2022
 Mrs. Martha Martinez-Flores  Mayoral04/15/202108/13/2023
 Ms. Sue Ann Ann Pemberton  Mayoral08/03/200908/13/2025
 AVAILABLE Mayoral  08/13/2024
 AVAILABLE Mayoral  08/13/2023
 AVAILABLE Mayoral  08/31/2021
 AVAILABLE Mayoral  08/13/2022
 Mr. Stephen White Yndo  Mayoral06/11/201808/13/2022
 
Total Members: 13
 
 
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Board Composition: The Historic and Design Review Commission (HDRC) consists of 11 Members: 10 District Appointed Members appointed by their respective Councilmembers and one (1) Member appointed by the Mayor. Members serve a two-year term.
Appointed by: City Council
District; At-Large; Mayoral Appointment: District
Categories: The HDRC Board is comprised of the following categories: Architecture; architectural history; archeaology; historic preservation; landscape architecture; planning; public art; and the general community.
Mission/Purpose: The HDRC reviews projects related to exterior changes to properties individually designated as landmarks within the following areas: A historic district within the City; a River Improvement Overlay(RIO) Districts (including the River Walk); a View Shed Protection district; or a landmark property that is publicly-owned (i.e. libraries, parks, fire stations, etc.) In considering whether to recommend approval or disapproval of an application for a Certificate of Appropriateness, the HDRC is guided by the Secretary of the Interior's Standards for Rehabilitation, the City of San Antonio's Unified Development Code, and any additional design guidelines adopted by City Council.
Meeting Schedule & Location: Meetings are held twice a month on the first and third Wednesdays at 3:00 PM at the Cliff Morton Development and Business Services Center Board Room, 1901 South Alamo, 1st Floor.
Website Information: For additional information, please visit: https://www.sanantonio.gov/historic/HDRC
Ordinance/Articles of Incorporation/By Laws: 76514
 
 
Liaison: Kristan McIntyre - (210) 207-7991

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Ms Monica Savino  District 209/02/202105/31/2023
 Mr. Curtis Richard Fish  District 111/02/201705/31/2019
 Mr. Gabriel Q. Velasquez  District 308/22/201905/31/2023
 AVAILABLE District 4  05/31/2023
 Mr. Roland Garcia Mazuca  District 510/21/202105/31/2023
 Mr. Scott W. Carpenter  District 608/16/201805/31/2021
 Ms. Anne-Marie Grube  District 701/14/201605/31/2023
 Mr James H Cervantes  District 811/18/202105/31/2023
 Mr. Jeffrey Fetzer FAIA District 905/31/201805/31/2023
 AVAILABLE District 10  05/31/2023
 Mr Journel Maurice Gibbs  Mayoral10/14/202105/31/2023
 
Total Members: 11
 
 
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Board Composition: The Housing Commission (HC) is comprised of nine (9) Members of which five (5) are At-Large Community Members with a history of neighborhood engagement to hold elected officials and city staff accountable for the implementation of the Housing Policy Framework Report and Strategic Housing Implementation Plan (SHIP). The remaining four (4) Members are filled by the CEO/Executive Director of the following organizations: San Antonio Housing Authority (SAHA); San Antonio Housing Trust (SAHT); Greater: SATX Regional Economic Partnership; and VIA Metropolitan Transit. A quorum of five (5) voting members are needed to conduct business on agenda items. Housing Commissioners serve staggered two-year terms.
Appointed by: At-Large Members are nominated by the Mayor; City Council
District; At-Large; Mayoral Appointment: Four (4) At-Large
Categories: Housing; nine (9) HC members of which five (5) are At-Large Community Members with a history of neighborhood engagement to hold elected officials and city staff accountable for the implementation of the Housing Policy Framework Report and Strategic Housing Implementation Plan (SHIP). The remaining four (4) members are filled by the CEO/Executive Director of the following organizations: San Antonio Housing Authority (SAHA); San Antonio Housing Trust (SAHT); Greater: SATX Regional Economic Partnership; and VIA Metropolitan Transit.
Mission/Purpose: The Housing Commission serves as a public oversight Board to guide the implementation of the Mayor’s Housing Policy Task Force's recommendations and engage the public. This also would include an annual report of the implementation progress made for the Affordable Housing programs and projects included in the City’s annual budget as well as other affordable housing issues and polices in the City’s Affordable Housing Work Plan. Housing Commissioners serve two-year staggered terms.
Meeting Schedule & Location: Housing Commission meets on the 4th Wednesday of every month at 11:30 AM. Physical location varies and video conference info is provided to join the meeting virtually.
Website Information: https://www.sanantonio.gov/NHSD/Coordinated-Housing/Housing-Commission
Ordinance/Articles of Incorporation/By Laws:
 
 
Liaison: Sharon Chan - (210) 207-7950

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. Robert John Abraham  Mayoral01/17/201905/31/2022
 Mr. Pedro Alanis  At Large09/01/202005/31/2023
 Mr. Jeffrey C. Arndt  At Large05/20/202005/31/2023
 Ms Kristin Lynn Davila  Mayoral07/23/202105/31/2023
 Ms Shirley Gonzales  Mayoral07/23/202105/31/2023
 Mr. Edelmiro Hinojosa  At Large01/17/201905/31/2023
 Ms Taneka "Nikki" Johnson  Mayoral09/23/202005/31/2022
 Ms. Amanda Lee Keammerer  Mayoral07/23/202105/31/2023
 Ms. Sarah Sanchez  At Large01/17/201905/31/2023
 
Total Members: 9
 
 
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Board Composition: The Linear Creekway Parks Advisory Board (LCPAB) is comprised of 11 members: 10 District Appointed Members appointed by their respective Councilmembers and one (1) Member appointed by the Mayor. Members serve a two-year term of office concurrent with the term of the appointing City Councilmember.
Appointed by: City Council
District; At-Large; Mayoral Appointment: District
Categories:
Mission/Purpose: The Linear Creekway Parks Advisory Board (LCPAB) serves in an advisory capacity to Staff and City Council regarding land acquisitions, project design and construction for a hike & bike trail system along San Antonio Creekways using sales tax initiative funding and proposed 2022 Bond funding. The Board is also tasked with oversight of long-range management and construction activities for recreation purposes on creeks and tributaries within the City of San Antonio.
Meeting Schedule & Location: LCPAB meets the last Tuesday of every month at 6:00 PM in Community Room at Lions Field Senior Center (2908 Broadway).
Website Information: https://www.sanantonio.gov/ParksAndRec/About-Mission/Boards/Linear-Creekway-Parks-Advisory-Board
Ordinance/Articles of Incorporation/By Laws: 100554
 
 
Liaison: Brandon Ross - (210) 207-6101

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 AVAILABLE District 1  05/31/2019
 Ms. Carol Sue Calberg  District 208/04/202205/31/2023
 Ms. Leslie Provence  District 308/18/202205/31/2023
 Dr. Randall S. Preissig  District 409/29/200505/31/2023
 Mr. Louis Christopher Yanez  District 509/30/202105/31/2023
 Mr. Myrl R. Britten  District 612/19/201305/31/2023
 Mr. Don M. Rios  District 709/29/202205/31/2023
 Mr Rob McDaniel  District 809/10/202005/31/2023
 Mr. John F. Kent  District 903/01/201205/31/2023
 Ms. Sherri Dugas  District 1008/29/201305/31/2021
 Ms. Sarah Elaine Kearney  Mayoral12/05/201905/31/2021
 
Total Members: 11
 
 
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Board Composition: The Mayor’s Commission on the Status of Women (MCSW) is comprised of 11 members: 10 District Appointed Members appointed by their respective Councilmembers and one (1) Member appointed by the Mayor, along with two (2) non-voting Associate Commissioners. Members serve a two-year term of office concurrent with the term of the appointing City Councilmember. A quorum of six (6) voting members is required to conduct business on the Commission's agenda.
Appointed by: City Council
District; At-Large; Mayoral Appointment: District
Categories:
Mission/Purpose: The Mayor’s Commission on the Status of Women (MCSW) serves to foster a closer relationship and a fuller exchange of ideas between women of respective Districts and City Councilmembers; to further the equal legal, social, political, economic, and educational opportunity and advancement of all women and men; to eliminate discrimination on the basis of sex in all phases of American society; to promote the dissemination of information on employment opportunities for women in the public sectors, and to provide counsel when and if necessary; to encourage women to assume initiative and accept their responsibility in the removal of legal and other barriers to the realization of their basic human rights.
Meeting Schedule & Location: MCSW meets on the 2nd Wednesday of the month at 5:30 pm in the Plaza de Armas Gallery
Website Information: For more information, please contact MCSW Board Liaison Jenny Garcia at (210) 207-8357
Ordinance/Articles of Incorporation/By Laws: Resolution 70-20-25
65892
 
 
Liaison: Jenny Garcia - (210) 207-8357

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Ms. Kayla Carter-Moilanen  District 106/02/202205/31/2023
 Ms. Jennipha L. Ricks  District 201/21/202105/31/2023
 Mrs. Vanessa Martinez  District 309/14/201705/31/2023
 AVAILABLE District 4  05/31/2021
 Mrs. Sara Briseno Gerrish  District 509/01/202205/31/2023
 Mrs. Leticia Delgado Gonzales  District 609/21/201705/31/2023
 Dr. Diana Sanchez Lira  District 708/04/202205/31/2023
 Ms. Brenda Siebold Morgan  District 808/04/202205/31/2023
 Mrs. Suzanne Flynn Hernandez  District 903/18/202105/31/2023
 Ms. Naomi E. Miller  District 1008/06/201505/31/2023
 Dr. Adena Williams Loston  Mayoral08/06/202005/31/2023
 
Total Members: 11
 
 
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Board Composition: The Municipal Civil Service Commission (MCSC) consists of three (3) Primary Members and three (3) Alternate Members and serve two (2) year terms. New Commissioners are appointed through an extensive application, vetting, and interview process. A person appointed to the Commission must be mentally competent, a United States Citizen, a resident of the City of San Antonio, a registered voter, and have no legal conviction of a felony.
Appointed by: Municipal Civil Service Commission appointments are not appointed by the City Council. Commissioners undergo an interview process though the Human Resources Department and the Executive Leadership Team.
District; At-Large; Mayoral Appointment: At Large
Categories: Three (3) Primary Members and three (3) Alternate Members.
Mission/Purpose: The City Charter provides for the establishment of the Municipal Civil Service Commission (MCSC) for the purpose of hearing classified civilian employee disciplinary appeals for suspensions, demotions, and terminations, and to make recommendations to the City Manager regarding each appeal.
Meeting Schedule & Location: The Commission holds regular meetings as needed on any day of the week. Hearings may last up to eight hours. Meetings take place at the Human Resources Department, City Tower, 100 W, Houston, 78205
Website Information: https://www.sanantonio.gov/EmployeeInformation/Relations/Commissions#13432802-municipal-civil-service
Ordinance/Articles of Incorporation/By Laws: 94956
2015-05-20-0423
 
 
Liaison: Sarah Bilger - 210 207-8719

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 AVAILABLE At Large  05/31/2021
 Dr. Adrian Bernard Guardia  At Large08/04/202205/31/2023
 Mr. Celso Guzman  At Large12/02/202105/31/2023
 Mrs. Valerie Jean Sprague  At Large09/03/202005/31/2023
 Mr. Joseph S. Tartell  At Large03/13/200505/31/2023
 Mrs. Brenda Joyce Wingert  At Large09/03/202005/31/2023
 
Total Members: 6
 
 
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Board Composition: The Municipal Golf Association-San Antonio (MGA-SA) Board of Directors is comprised of 15 Members: Six (6) At-Large Members are appointed by the City Council; seven (7) Members are selected by MGA-SA, six appointed by the City Council; and two (2) Ex-Officio Voting Members appointed by the City Manager.
Appointed by: City Council
District; At-Large; Mayoral Appointment: At-Large; Designation
Categories: The Municipal Golf Association-San Antonio (MGA-SA) Board of Directors is comprised of 15 Members: Six (6) At-Large Members are appointed by the City Council; seven (7) Members are selected by MGA-SA, six appointed by the City Council; and two (2) Ex-Officio Voting Members appointed by the City Manager.
Mission/Purpose: The Municipal Golf Association San Antonio (MGASA), also known as the Alamo City Golf Trail, is a non-profit corporation that has partnered with the City of San Antonio to manage and operate the City's eight (8) golf facilities and be stewards of municipal golf and provide affordable golf for all. In May 2007, City Council approved a ten-year management agreement with the MGASA to improve the golf facilities and to manage their operation. MGASA constantly improves the municipal golf courses so that San Antonio Golfers will enjoy playing on premier courses at affordable prices!
Meeting Schedule & Location: Typically, bi-monthly, 3rd Monday of alternating months, or as required.
Website Information: https://www.alamocitygolftrail.com/about-us/
Ordinance/Articles of Incorporation/By Laws: 2007-05-03-0479
 
 
Liaison: Thomas Aguillon - (210) 288-0341

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. Demonte Rashaad Alexander  At Large11/18/202105/31/2023
 Ms. Jenny Lou Carnes  At Large11/18/202105/31/2023
 Ms. Gretchen Garceau-Kragh  At Large08/15/201905/02/2023
 Mr. Geronimo Guerra  At Large11/18/202105/31/2023
 Mr. Javier Paredes  At Large08/15/201905/02/2023
 Ms. Heather Renea Wedige  At Large11/18/202105/31/2023
 
Total Members: 6
 
 
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Board Composition: The Neighborhood Improvements Advisory Committee (NIAC) is comprised of 17 Members: 10 District Appointed Members appointed by their respective Councilmembers and one (1) Member appointed by the Mayor; five (5) Members that reside near Neighborhood Improvement Areas designated by the Mayor; and one (1) Member representing a Housing-related Board or Commission appointed by Mayor. Members serve overlapping two-year terms with no limit on the number of terms that may be served.
Appointed by: Appointments do not require City Council approval
District; At-Large; Mayoral Appointment: District; Mayoral
Categories:
Mission/Purpose: The Neighborhood Improvements Advisory Committee (NIAC) serves in an advisory capacity to provide ongoing citizen feedback to the City of San Antonio throughout the implementation of the voter-approved $20 million 2017 Neighborhood Improvements Bond Program.
Meeting Schedule & Location: NIAC met on an ad hoc basis when presented with the selection of a proposed neighborhood Bond site for necessary feedback. No meetings were held in 2021
Website Information: For more information, visit www.sanantonio.gov/NHSD
Ordinance/Articles of Incorporation/By Laws: May 6, 2017 General Election; Voter-approved Proposition 6 - Neighborhood Improvements - Authorizing the City to issues bonds in the amount of $20 million, the proceeds from which were used to: Acquire properties within 12 identified Neighborhood Improvement Areas; improve and dispose of acquired property to facilitate private sector development of single- family, multi-family or mixed-use projects; for the purpose of eliminating slum or blight conditions or to prevent the spread of those conditions, consistent with the City’s 2017 Urban Renewal Plan, adopted by City Council on February 2, 2017.
 
 
Liaison: Jaime Lalley Damron - (210) 207-2065

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 AVAILABLE District 1  05/31/2019
 Ms. Kristan Hibron  District 209/20/202105/31/2023
 AVAILABLE District 3  05/31/2019
 Mr Johnny Arredondo  District 402/13/202005/31/2021
 Mr Norbert Geremy Landin III District 509/14/202105/31/2023
 Mrs Larissa Martinez  District 601/25/202105/31/2021
 AVAILABLE District 7  05/30/2021
 Ms. Crystal Del Bosque Gomez  District 809/30/202105/31/2023
 Ms. Elizabeth Colleen Waguespack  District 902/21/201705/31/2021
 MRS. RAINE TELISA TANNER  District 1008/09/201905/31/2021
 Mr. Taylor Allen  Mayoral11/20/201705/31/2019
 Mr. Gregory Lee Bolds Sr. Mayoral01/16/201905/31/2021
 Mr. Ramon Flores  Mayoral03/02/201705/31/2021
 Ms. Andrea Sanchez  Mayoral11/20/201705/31/2021
 AVAILABLE Mayoral  05/31/2019
 AVAILABLE Mayoral  05/31/2019
 AVAILABLE Mayoral  05/31/2017
 
Total Members: 17
 
 
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Board Composition: The Office of Urban Redevelopment - OUR-SA is comprised of seven (7) Commissioners duly appointed by the Mayor. Commissioners serve staggered two-year terms and there is no limit on the number of terms that may be served.
Appointed by: Mayor
District; At-Large; Mayoral Appointment: Mayoral
Categories: OUR-SA is comprised of representatives of the Real Estate Industry, Housing Development Industry - private and public sectors; Financial Institutions; Community Representatives; Construction; Non-Profit; Historic, and Environmental affiliations. Commissioners are required to be residents and owners of real estate within the limits of the City of San Antonio.
Mission/Purpose: Office of Urban Redevelopment (OUR SA) (formerly San Antonio Development Agency - SADA) was established by referendum election in 1957 under Title 12, Chapter 374 - Urban Renewal in Municipalities of the Texas Local Government Code. OUR SA, as the Urban Renewal Agency for the City of San Antonio, maintains the legal ability to acquire, hold and dispose properties associated with approved urban renewal plans. Actions of this Board are subject to all applicable Federal, State and local guidelines, statutes and rules, as well as approval by the San Antonio City Council. the Mission of OUR SA is to prevent urban blight and slums through legal activities such as slum clearance, redevelopment, rehabilitation, and conservation.
Meeting Schedule & Location: Meetings are held on the 3rd Wednesday of every month at noon at Neighborhood & Housing Services Department in the Main Conference Room located at 1400 S. Flores, 78204
Website Information: www.sanantonio.gov/NHSD/Divisions/OurSA
Ordinance/Articles of Incorporation/By Laws: 25864
78943
 
 
Liaison: Edgar Olivas - (210) 207-7805

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. Juan A. Garcia  Mayoral06/19/201405/31/2023
 Mr. Ramiro Isaac Gonzales  Mayoral05/31/201805/31/2023
 Mr Brian Darius Jarvis  Mayoral11/18/202105/31/2023
 Ms Marianne Kestenbaum  Mayoral11/18/202105/31/2023
 Mr. Michael Dale Moore  Mayoral11/18/202105/31/2023
 Mrs. Maria Teresa Nelson  Mayoral05/31/201812/18/2019
 Ms. Susan Wright  Mayoral05/31/201805/31/2023
 
Total Members: 7
 
 
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Board Composition: Opportunity Home [formerly known as The San Antonio Housing Authority (SAHA)] Board of Directors consists of seven (7) members appointed by the Mayor for staggered two-year terms of office. Opportunity Home manages and controls the low-rent housing units of the City, and has the power to hire technical experts and such other officers, agents and employees, permanent and temporary, and determines their duties and compensations.
Appointed by: Mayor
District; At-Large; Mayoral Appointment: Mayoral appointments do not require City Council approval.
Categories: Two (2) members must be tenants of a public housing project managed by SAHA
Mission/Purpose: For more than 80 years, Opportunity Home [formerly known as The San Antonio Housing Authority (SAHA)] has helped San Antonians access quality affordable housing and social services, created dynamic and thriving neighborhoods, invested in the growth and development of the community, and assisted residents achieve financial independence so they can become first time homeowners.
Meeting Schedule & Location: Meetings are held on the first Wednesday of the month at 1:00 PM at the Opportunity Home Center located at 818 S. Flores, 78204. Please refer to the posted agenda to obtain meeting details at: https://saha.org/business/about-saha/public-notices/
Website Information: For more information, please go to http://www.saha.org/index.php/about-saha. To view SAHA Public Notices, go to https://saha.org/business/about-saha/public-notices/ https://homesa.org/housing/about-homesa/
Ordinance/Articles of Incorporation/By Laws: RESOLUTION OI-51
97717
 
 
Liaison: Marissa Perez - (210) 477-6056

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. Gilbert Anthony Casillas Jr. Mayoral09/24/202108/26/2023
 Mrs Dalia Flores Contreras  Mayoral09/24/202108/26/2023
 Ms. Loren D. Dantzler  Mayoral06/10/202108/26/2022
 Dr. Ana S Guzman  Mayoral11/25/201908/26/2020
 Ms. Olga Garza Kauffman  Mayoral11/25/201908/26/2021
 Mr. Gabriel Louis Lopez  Mayoral01/11/202108/26/2021
 Mr. Ignacio A Perez  Mayoral09/29/202008/26/2021
 
Total Members: 7
 
 
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Board Composition: The Opportunity Home Finance Corporation [formerly known as The San Antonio Housing Authority Finance Corporation] is a public non-profit corporation. Powers of the Corporation are vested in a Board of Directors, consisting of seven persons, each of whom is appointed by the City Council. The members of the Board of Commissioners of Opportunity Home shall serve as members of the Board of Directors of the Corporation. The Corporation issues tax exempt revenue bonds for the purpose of providing financing for Moderate Rehabilitation Housing under the provisions of the U.S. Housing Act of 1937. Meetings are held on an as-needed basis.
Appointed by: Designation
District; At-Large; Mayoral Appointment: Designation
Categories:
Mission/Purpose:
Meeting Schedule & Location:
Website Information:
Ordinance/Articles of Incorporation/By Laws: Resolution 81-33-62
 
 
Liaison: Marissa Perez - (210) 477-6000

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. Gilbert Anthony Casillas Jr. Mayoral09/24/202108/26/2023
 Mrs. Dalia Flores Contreras  Mayoral09/24/202108/26/2023
 Ms. Loren D. Dantzler  Mayoral06/10/202108/26/2022
 Dr. Ana S. Guzman  Mayoral11/26/201908/26/2020
 Ms. Olga Garza Kaufmann  Mayoral11/25/201908/26/2021
 Mr. Gabriel Louis Lopez  Mayoral01/11/202108/26/2021
 Mr. Ignacio Perez  Mayoral09/29/202008/26/2021
 
Total Members: 7
 
 
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Board Composition: The Parks and Recreation Board is comprised of 11 voting Members: 10 District Appointed Members appointed by their respective Councilmembers; one (1) Member appointed by the Mayor; and two (2) non-voting Members from the San Antonio Parks Foundation and the San Antonio Conservation Society. Members serve a two-year term of office concurrent with the term of the appointing City Councilmember. There is no limit to the number of terms that may be served.
Appointed by: City Council
District; At-Large; Mayoral Appointment: District
Categories: 10 District Appointed Members appointed by their respective Councilmembers; one (1) Member appointed by the Mayor; and two (2) non-voting Members from the San Antonio Parks Foundation and the San Antonio Conservation Society.
Mission/Purpose: The Parks and Recreation Board serves in an advisory capacity to the Community on issues affecting the Parks and Recreation Department. The Board shall, as the voice of the community, advise the Parks and Recreation Department and City Council, regarding community recreational facilities and services, needs and desires and recreation programming. The Board shall promote public awareness to the public recreational facilities and services provided by the City and encourage community participation in those programs.
Meeting Schedule & Location: Board meetings are held on the fourth Monday of every other month beginning at 5:30 PM. Board meetings are held at various locations. Please refer to the posted agenda to obtain the correct meeting location. In May 2021, the Board bylaws were amended to adjust the regular meeting schedule to every other month, and additional meetings as needed, called by the Board Chair.
Website Information: https://www.sanantonio.gov/ParksAndRec/About-Mission/Boards/Parks-Recreation-Board
Ordinance/Articles of Incorporation/By Laws: 29561
71228
 
 
Liaison: Cynthia Uribe - (210) 207-8482

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. Erik K. Sanden  District 112/01/201605/31/2023
 Mrs. Jennifer Ramage  District 209/08/202205/31/2023
 Ms. Lillian Rivera  District 312/16/202105/31/2023
 Mrs. Mary Kathryn Luna  District 409/10/200905/31/2023
 Ms. Agapita A Jaramillo  District 509/30/202105/31/2023
 Mr. Bert Pickell  District 608/04/202205/31/2023
 Mr. Alejandro Soto  District 708/05/202105/31/2023
 Mr. Charles P. Saxer  District 803/29/201805/31/2023
 Ms. Elizabeth Colleen Waguespack  District 908/04/202205/31/2023
 Ms. Allison P. Cohen  District 1009/17/201505/31/2021
 Ms. Jeanette Honermann  Mayoral12/12/201905/31/2023
 
Total Members: 11
 
 
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Board Composition: The Planning Commission is comprised of nine (9) At-Large Citizen members; the City Manager (Ex-Officio); a Councilmember (Ex-Officio); the Zoning Commission Chair; and the Zoning Board of Adjustment Chair. Members serve overlapping two-year terms of office and there is no limit on the number of terms that may be served by members; however, the Planning Commission Chair is limited to serving two terms.
Appointed by: City Council
District; At-Large; Mayoral Appointment: At Large; Designation
Categories:
Mission/Purpose: The Planning Commission has the principal duty of acting as an advisory body to City Council regarding both amendments to the Master Plan of the City and the Unified Development Code. The Commission also serves as a final authority pertaining to subdivision plats within the City of San Antonio city limits and within the Extraterritorial Jurisdiction.
Meeting Schedule & Location: Meetings are held every second and fourth Wednesday of the month at 2 PM in the Board Room of the Cliff Morton Development and Business Services Center located at 1901 S. Alamo St., 78204
Website Information: For more information, please visit: https://www.sanantonio.gov/DSD/Boards/PCTAC
Ordinance/Articles of Incorporation/By Laws: 98697
2010-11-18-0985
 
 
Liaison: Jennifer Hyatt - (210) 207-6310

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Ms. Julia Carrillo Haynes  At Large11/29/201810/06/2022
 Dr. Samer Dessouky  At Large12/03/202010/06/2022
 Mr. Michael A. Garcia Jr. At Large11/21/201310/06/2023
 Mr. Bryan Allen Lopez  At Large01/27/202210/06/2023
 Dr. Anamari Camis Milam  At Large01/27/202210/06/2023
 Mr. George W. Peck  At Large10/13/201210/06/2022
 Mr. Matthew David Proffitt  At Large01/16/202010/06/2022
 Ms. Britney Elizabeth Schindler  At Large01/27/202210/06/2023
 Mrs. Meredith Siegel  At Large12/03/202010/06/2022
 Mr. John Bustamante (ex-officio)  Other10/13/201905/31/2021
 Mr. John Courage (ex-officio)  Other08/05/202105/31/2023
 Mr. Donald Oroian (ex-officio)  Other08/08/201905/31/2021
 City Manager Erik Walsh (ex-officio)  Other06/01/201905/31/2021
 
Total Members: 10
 
 
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Board Composition: The Port Authority of San Antonio is comprised of 11 members: 10 District Appointed Members appointed by their respective Councilmembers and one (1) Member appointed by the Mayor. Members serve a two-year term of office concurrent with the term of the appointing City Councilmember.
Appointed by: City Council
District; At-Large; Mayoral Appointment: District
Categories:
Mission/Purpose: Port San Antonio is the public entity charged with the redevelopment of approximately 1,900 acres that were once part of the former Kelly Air Force Base. The large campus in southwest San Antonio is a leading economic engine for the region with significant plans for further growth. It is home to numerous private- and public-sector tenant customers that directly employ thousands of people from throughout the community. Those individuals work at the Port in sectors that include aerospace, cybersecurity, defense, applied technology, advanced manufacturing and global logistics, among others. This employment base generates billions of dollars in regional economic activity each year and has been steadily growing since the organization was first created. The Port's strategic vision to keep attracting and expanding leading industries is based on the organization's continued growth as a center of technological innovation. Specifically, the Port is focused on promoting collaboration among industries on its campus and throughout San Antonio to support the evolution of cybersecurity and other digital technologies to sectors that are well-established in San Antonio.
Meeting Schedule & Location: Meetings are held the fourth Wednesday of every month except July and December at 1:00PM in the Port San Antonio Board Room located at 907 Billy Mitchell Blvd., 78226
Website Information: For more information, please visit http://www.portsanantonio.us
Ordinance/Articles of Incorporation/By Laws: 90826
2006-01-12-48
 
 
Liaison: Caroline Diaz - (210) 362-7820

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. Alberto "Beto " Altamirano  District 104/15/202105/31/2021
 Ms. Margaret Louise Wilson-Anaglia  District 201/11/201805/31/2023
 Ms. Marilu Reyna  District 301/30/202005/31/2023
 Ms. Victoria M. Garcia  District 409/03/200905/31/2023
 Mr. Andy Castillo  District 504/07/202205/31/2023
 Mr. Bradley Stephen Carson  District 611/15/201805/31/2023
 Ms. Christine D. Alderete  District 706/19/200805/31/2021
 Mrs. Jamie Michelle Kowalski  District 808/04/202205/31/2023
 Mr. James "Bill" W. Mock III District 903/10/201605/31/2021
 Ms. Minerva "Minnie" Abrego-Sanchez  District 1009/12/201905/31/2023
 Mr. Michael "Alex" Nava  Mayoral12/21/201305/31/2017
 
Total Members: 11
 
 
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Board Composition: The Prosper West San Antonio Board of Directors is comprised of 18 Members: Three (3) Residents from Districts 1, 5, 6 or 7; two (2) At-Large Citizen Members; SAISD Superintendent; Edgewood ISD Superintendent; three (3) University Representatives (St. Mary's, OLLU, UTSA); CEO, University Health System; three (3) Small Business Representatives; one (1) Large Business Representative; one (1) Non-Profit Business Representative; one (1) Financial Institution Representative; and one (1) Real Estate Developer; Members serve two-year, staggered terms of office.
Appointed by: Nominated by City Councilmembers from Districts 1, 5, 6 and 7 and approved by the entire City Council.
District; At-Large; Mayoral Appointment: Other
Categories: Representatives from a cross-section of local stakeholders including small and large businesses, neighborhood residents, educational institutions, non-profit, health, and housing organizations.
Mission/Purpose: The mission of Prosper West San Antonio (formerly known as Westside Development Corporation) is to foster economic development, promote the development and redevelopment of real estate within its target area, create viable urban communities, and preserve the character, culture, and history of the Westside.
Meeting Schedule & Location: Board Meetings are held every 3rd Thursday of every other month at 4:00 PM. Location will vary. Please refer to the posted agenda to obtain meeting details at: https://prosperwestsa.org/news-events/
Website Information: For more information, please visit: prosperwestsa.org
Ordinance/Articles of Incorporation/By Laws: 2006-06-08-0695
 
 
Liaison: Ileana Aleman - (210) 501-0192

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. Shawn Rodrick McSherry  Other12/03/202011/28/2022
 AVAILABLE Other  09/19/2021
 AVAILABLE Other  09/19/2021
 Mr. Joseph A. Carreon  District 106/10/201009/19/2021
 Mr. Phillip Chavez  Other02/23/201809/19/2021
 Ms. Hazel L. Davis  Other05/11/201709/19/2021
 Ms. Theresa De La Haya  Other05/19/201109/19/2021
 Mr. Lauro De Leon Jr. District 605/11/201709/19/2021
 Mr. Louis Rey Escareno  Other12/03/202011/28/2021
 Mr. John Patrick Hernden  Other12/03/202011/28/2022
 Ms. Megan N. Legacy  Other05/11/201709/19/2021
 Mr. Stephen J. O'Donnell  Other11/28/200609/19/2021
 AVAILABLE Other  09/19/2021
 AVAILABLE Other  09/19/2021
 AVAILABLE Other  09/19/2021
 AVAILABLE At Large  11/28/2022
 AVAILABLE Other  09/19/2021
 Mr. Daniel J. Yoxall  At Large10/16/201409/19/2021
 
Total Members: 17
 
 
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Board Composition: The River Walk Capital Improvements Advisory Board (RWCIAB) is comprised of seven (7) members of which four (4) are Downtown Residents and Business Representatives and three (3) are designated City Department Directors
Appointed by: City Council
District; At-Large; Mayoral Appointment: At-Large & Designation
Categories: Two (2) River Bend Lessees; one (1) Downtown Resident who is NOT a Lessee; one (1) Downtown Business Owner who is NOT a Lessee; the Director of Downtown Operations; a Representative from the Office of Historic Preservation; and the Director of the Parks and Recreation Department. of following categories: two (2) River Bend Lessees; one (1) downtown resident who is NOT a lessee; one (1) downtown business owner who is NOT a lessee; the City of San Antonio Director of Downtown Operations; the City of San Antonio Historic Preservation Officer; and the Director of the Parks and Recreation Department.
Mission/Purpose: The River Walk Capital Improvements Advisory Board (RWCIAB) advises the City Council on spending priorities from the River Walk Special Revenue Fund dedicated to capital infrastructure improvements of the River Walk
Meeting Schedule & Location: Meeting times and locations vary. Please refer to the posted agenda to obtain meeting details at: https://sanantonio.primegov.com/public/portal
Website Information: https://www.sanantonio.gov/historic/Transformational/River-Walk-Plan
Ordinance/Articles of Incorporation/By Laws: 95938
 
 
Liaison: Cynthia Martinez - (210) 207-3372

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. Kenneth Wayne Briggs III At Large08/20/202005/31/2021
 Mr. Samuel Panchevre  At Large08/20/202005/31/2021
 Mr. Charles Anthony Riley  At Large08/20/202005/31/2021
 AVAILABLE At Large  05/31/2021
 Mr. Homer Garcia, III  Other07/19/201905/31/2023
 Mr. John Jacks  Other05/18/201805/31/2021
 Ms. Shanon Miller  Other10/10/200805/31/2021
 
Total Members: 7
 
 
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Board Composition: The SA: Ready to Work Board is comprised of 11 Members of which 9 (nine) positions are At-Large appointments, and 2 (two) positions are Councilmember Liaisons appointed by the Mayor. The Members serve a two-year term and a quorum of 5 voting members is required to conduct business on the Board’s agenda.
Appointed by: Mayor and Council
District; At-Large; Mayoral Appointment: At-Large
Categories: The SA: Ready to Work Board is comprised of 11 Members: 4 (four) representatives from Local Employers offering in-demand occupations; 2 (two) Current or Previous City Workforce Program Participants; 1 (one) Representative from a Trade and Labor Organization; 1 (one) Community Organization Representative; 1 (one) Representative from a Training Provider or Higher Education Institution; and 2 (two) Liaisons/Representatives appointed by the Mayor.
Mission/Purpose: The SA Ready to Work (SARTW) Advisory Board is charged with providing expertise and input to maximize the effectiveness of the Ready to Work workforce development program. SARTW advises Workforce Development Office (WDO) staff on the scope of in-demand occupations, alignment of training with local employer needs, annual allotment of workforce certificate and degree programs from year to year, and levels of wraparound support for clients. SARTW also serves as a Community Program Ambassador, promoting resident participation and employer hiring of participants.
Meeting Schedule & Location: In 2021, SARTW held meetings on the last Thursday of the month from 1:00 to 3:00pm at the Alamo Colleges District Support Office located at 2222 N. Alamo St., or in the City Tower, 10th Floor Conference Room, 100 W. Houston St. Please refer to the posted agenda to obtain meeting details at: https://www.sanantonio.gov/workforce/
Website Information: To obtain additional information about workforce development opportunities and agencies offering assistance, please visit the SA: Ready to Work website at: https://www.sanantonio.gov/workforce/
Ordinance/Articles of Incorporation/By Laws: The SA: Ready to Work Board was created by the Mayor and Council on December 17, 2020.
 
 
Liaison: Mary Mills - 210-207-3934

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mrs. Jennifer Lynne Cantu  At Large04/14/202205/31/2023
 Dr. Daphene Carson  At Large03/04/202105/31/2023
 Ms. Sonia Garza  At Large03/04/202105/31/2023
 Mr. Jerry Graeber  At Large03/04/202105/31/2023
 Mr. Peter John Holt  At Large03/04/202105/31/2023
 Mr. Frederick "Doug" McMurry Jr. At Large03/04/202105/31/2023
 Mr. Benjamin Peavy  At Large03/04/202105/31/2023
 Councilmember Manny Pelaez  Mayoral12/23/202005/31/2023
 Councilmember Adriana Rocha Garcia  Mayoral12/23/202005/31/2023
 AVAILABLE At Large  05/31/2023
 Mrs. Amanda Michelle Wright  At Large04/14/202205/31/2023
 
Total Members: 11
 
 
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Board Composition: The San Antonio Arts & Commission (SAAC) is comprised of 15 Members: 10 District Appointed Members appointed by their respective Councilmembers and four (4) Members appointed by the Mayor. Members serve a two-year term of office concurrent with the City Council term.
Appointed by: City Council
District; At-Large; Mayoral Appointment: District; Mayoral
Categories: The SAAC Members represent the following categories: Cultural Events and Festivals, Literary Arts, Performing Arts, Art Patronage, Public Art and Urban Design (includes visual arts), Film, and Music.
Mission/Purpose: The Arts Commission’s mission is to advocate for excellent, accessible, and engaging arts and cultural opportunities for the citizens and visitors of San Antonio and has the responsibility work with the Department of Arts & Culture to develop, promote, educate and preserve San Antonio’s unique artistic & cultural experiences.
Meeting Schedule & Location: SAAC meetings are held on the second Tuesday of every month at 9:00 am at the Culture Commons Gallery, 115 Plaza de Armas, 78205, unless otherwise posted. Please refer to the posted agenda to obtain meeting details at: https://sanantonio.primegov.com/public/portal
Website Information: For more information, please visit: https://www.getcreativesanantonio.com/About-Us/San-Antonio-Arts-Commission
Ordinance/Articles of Incorporation/By Laws: 2015-04-02-0238
 
 
Liaison: Sonia Covarrubias - 210 207-6968

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Ms Andrea Rodriguez  District 103/24/202205/31/2023
 Ms. Maria Magdalena Williams  District 204/14/202205/31/2023
 Ms. Yadhira Lozano  District 310/22/201505/31/2021
 Ms. Susana M. Segura  District 404/02/201505/31/2023
 Mr. Andy Benavides  District 509/30/202105/31/2023
 Ms. Emily Fleisher  District 601/18/201805/31/2023
 Dr. Ellen Riojas Clark Ph.D District 708/05/202105/31/2023
 Mr. Henry Brun  District 802/17/202205/31/2023
 Mrs. Freda Facey  District 901/14/201605/31/2023
 Dr. R. Mark Rogers  District 1004/02/201505/31/2023
 Mr. Suhail Arastu  Mayoral10/01/201505/31/2021
 Mr. Rene P. Barilleaux  Mayoral04/02/201505/31/2021
 Ms. Linda Hardberger  Mayoral11/30/201705/31/2021
 Ms. Eileen Kret  Mayoral01/30/202005/31/2021
 Ms. Jessica Rae Sanchez  Mayoral04/02/201505/31/2021
 
Total Members: 15
 
 
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Board Composition: San Antonio Bike Share is comprised of nine members. 3 positions appointed by City Council; 1 position appointed by City Manager; 5 positions appointed by San Antonio Bike Share board. Members are appointed for staggered one-year, two-year, and three-year terms and there is no limit to the number of terms that may be served.
Appointed by: City Council
District; At-Large; Mayoral Appointment: At Large
Categories:
Mission/Purpose: Board members work to create San Antonio Bike Share’s success and financial sustainability.
Meeting Schedule & Location: The Board meets third Wednesday of the month at 9:00 AM at 723 N. Alamo.
Website Information: https://www.sanantoniobikeshare.org/ or https://sanantonio.bcycle.com/
Ordinance/Articles of Incorporation/By Laws: 2010-06-17-0563
 
 
Liaison: Margaret Toscano - (210) 207-7426

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. Peng Mark Ng  At Large01/31/201909/30/2021
 Dr. Susan Vail Roberts  At Large01/31/201909/30/2020
 Mr. Clay Swenson  At Large01/31/201909/30/2019
 
Total Members: 9
 
 
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Board Composition: The San Antonio Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Commission consists of 13 voting Members who serve a two year term, and 19 non-voting Members. The District 2 Councilmember appoints up to 20 Commissioners, and the Committee Chairs may appoint up to 30 additional Commissioners serving on its subcommittee. A quorum of seven (7) voting members is required to conduct business on the Commission's agenda.
Appointed by: District 2 Councilmember
District; At-Large; Mayoral Appointment: District; Appointments do not require City Council approval.
Categories: The Dr. Martin Luther King Commission is comprised of 13 voting members each serving a two-year term and 19 non-voting members. Council District 2 appoints the Commission members. A quorum of 7 voting members is required to conduct business on the Commission’s agenda. Voting members include District 2 residents who apply to be on the MLK Commission and the following respective Chairs: Council District 2 Staff Appointee, Commemorative Program Chair, Finance Chair, Interfaith Service Chair, Secretary, Treasurer, Summit Chair, Program Chair, Outreach and Sponsorship Chair, and Wreath Laying Chair and Co-Chair.
Mission/Purpose: The mission of the San Antonio Martin Luther King, Jr. Commission is to promote human equality, the principles of nonviolence, and the understanding and acceptance of racial harmony, understanding, respect, and goodwill among citizens, all as a way of building community among all citizens of San Antonio and across the United States. The San Antonio Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Commission organizes the annual MLK March and leads the community effort of various events paying tribute to Dr. King. The wide variety of educational, inspirational and celebratory events take place at locations across the City.
Meeting Schedule & Location: MLK Commission meetings are held the second Monday of each month at 6:00 pm at the Claude Black Center located at 2805 East Commerce, 78219.
Website Information: For more information, please visit https://www.sanantonio.gov/MLK
Ordinance/Articles of Incorporation/By Laws: Resolution 86-15-19
2011 Bi-Laws
2017 Bi-Laws
 
 
Liaison: Lucero Gomez - (210) 207-4495

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Ms. Josette Bellinger-Ivory  District 204/05/202205/31/2023
 Ms. Mary A. Fulton-Moore  District 207/31/201705/31/2023
 Ms. Le Reta Gatlin-McDavid  District 209/23/202105/31/2023
 Mr. J. Maurice Gibbs  District 201/30/202005/31/2023
 Dr. Lester James Gillespie  District 209/23/202105/31/2023
 Ms. Shermeka Hudson  District 203/04/202205/31/2023
 Rev. Jessica Monet Kemp  District 204/05/202205/31/2023
 Ms. Judy Lackritz  District 209/23/202105/31/2023
 Mr. Russell LeDay  District 207/31/201705/31/2023
 Mrs. Dana Lockridge  District 210/12/202105/31/2023
 Mr. Harold C. Moore  District 207/31/201705/31/2023
 Ms. Mia F. Morris  District 208/02/201805/31/2023
 Dr. Doshie Piper  District 209/23/202105/31/2023
 Ms. Francine Prosser-Johnson  District 208/10/202005/31/2023
 Rev. Douglas Randle  District 209/21/202205/31/2023
 Mr. Dwayne Andrew Robinson  District 204/05/202205/31/2023
 Mrs. Porchia Waiters  District 210/06/202105/31/2023
 Ms. Deborah Warner  District 204/29/202205/31/2023
 Dr. George A. Williams Jr. District 204/11/201905/31/2023
 Bishop Rosa L. Wilson  District 209/12/202205/31/2023
 
Total Members: 20
 
 
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Board Composition: The San Antonio Early Childhood Education Municipal Development Corporation (SAEDMC), Pre-K 4 SA Board, is comprised of 11 Members: 10 District Appointed Members appointed by their respective Councilmembers and one (1) Member appointed by the Mayor. The Mayor’s Appointee serves as the Board Chairperson and Presiding officer. A quorum of 6 voting members is required to conduct business on the Board’s Agenda. Members serve staggered two-year terms of office. There is no limit on the number of terms a member can serve.
Appointed by: City Council
District; At-Large; Mayoral Appointment: District
Categories: SAECEMDC Members are representatives from Business and Education Communities
Mission/Purpose: The San Antonio Early Childhood Education Municipal Development Corporation (SAECEDMC) provides strategic direction for Pre-K 4 SA to develop a highly-skilled workforce in one generation through quality early childhood education for all children in San Antonio.
Meeting Schedule & Location: SAECEMDC meetings are typically held on the first Tuesday of every month at 2:00 p.m. at one (1) of the four (4) Pre-K 4 SA Education Centers. Please refer to the posted agenda to obtain meeting details at: https://sanantonio.primegov.com/public/portal
Website Information: For more information, please visit: prek4sa.com
Ordinance/Articles of Incorporation/By Laws: Resolution 2012-08-09-0033R
 
 
Liaison: Eryanne Taft - (210) 206-2754

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 AVAILABLE District 1  05/31/2023
 Mr. Brandon Anthony Logan  District 205/18/201805/31/2023
 Mr. Joseph M. De La Garza Jr. District 302/20/202005/31/2023
 Mr. Richard Perez  District 412/13/201205/31/2023
 Ms. Andrea Lynn Greimel  District 504/14/202205/31/2023
 Dr. Tracy Hurley  District 611/02/201705/31/2023
 Ms. Frances M. Guzman  District 709/03/201505/31/2023
 Dr. Shari Albright  District 806/01/201405/31/2023
 Dr. Richard Alvis Middleton  District 912/16/202105/31/2023
 Mrs. Jan S. Kirby  District 1008/06/202005/31/2023
 Ms. Elaine Mendoza  Mayoral12/13/201205/31/2023
 
Total Members: 11
 
 
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Board Composition: The San Antonio Economic Development Corporation (SAEDC) Board consists of the Mayor, City Manager, the Chair of the Economic and Community Development Council Committee, the Chair of the Infrastructure and Growth Council Committee, and three (3) At-Large Citizen Members. The three (3) At-Large Citizen Members cannot be employees of the City nor members of the City Council. All Members must be residents of the City of San Antonio.
Appointed by: City Council
District; At-Large; Mayoral Appointment: At Large
Categories: The San Antonio Economic Development Corporation (SAEDC) Board consists of the Mayor, City Manager, the Chair of the Economic and Community Development Council Committee, the Chair of the Infrastructure and Growth Council Committee, and three (3) At-Large Citizen Members.
Mission/Purpose: The San Antonio Economic Development Corporation (SAEDC) is a Type B Corporation authorized under Chapters 501, 502 and 505 of the Texas Local Government Code. The Corporation is organized by the City of San Antonio to promote, assist, and enhance economic development activities for the City; to provide an additional tool to invest in economic development projects; achieve a return on investment; and provide funds for future opportunities.
Meeting Schedule & Location: The Board holds annual meetings at a time and place convenient to Board Members and designated by the Board President. All Board meetings are held at a location within the boundaries of the City. Please refer to the posted agenda to obtain meeting details at: https://sanantonio.primegov.com/public/portal
Website Information: https://www.sanantonio.gov/EDD/SAEDC
Ordinance/Articles of Incorporation/By Laws: Ordinance 2010-05-13-1402
 
 
Liaison: Alondra Ramirez - (210) 207-3906

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Dr. Christine L. Burke  At Large12/03/202005/31/2023
 Councilmember Melissa Cabello Havrda  Other09/09/202105/31/2023
 Ms. Erika Moe  At Large12/09/202105/31/2023
 Mayor Ron Nirenberg  Mayoral06/01/201705/31/2023
 Mr. Jose Padilla  At Large09/01/202205/31/2023
 Councilmember Manny Pelaez  Other08/02/201905/31/2023
 City Manager Erik Walsh  Other03/01/201905/31/2023
 
Total Members: 7
 
 
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Board Composition: On June 10, 2021, the City Council approved the governance restructuring for the San Antonio Housing Trust, the San Antonio Housing Trust Foundation, the San Antonio Housing Trust Public Facility Corporation, and the San Antonio Housing Trust Finance Corporation. All four (4) Boards will be represented by the same 12 members: Three (3) Community Representatives having experience in housing advocacy, non-profit fundraising, policy making, community engagement, or reside in an affordable housing unit; three (3) Community Representatives having experience in real estate, financial underwriting, property development, housing finance, capital markets, lending, construction, property management, or other relevant industry experience; five (5) City Council Members; and a one (1) City Department Director.
Appointed by: City Council
District; At-Large; Mayoral Appointment: Other; Designation
Categories: Three (3) Community Representatives having experience in housing advocacy, non-profit fundraising, policy making, community engagement, or reside in an affordable housing unit; three (3) Community Representatives having experience in real estate, financial underwriting, property development, housing finance, capital markets, lending, construction, property management, or other relevant industry experience; five (5) City Council Members; and a one (1) City Department Director.
Mission/Purpose: The aim of the San Antonio Housing Trust (SAHT) is to align with the City of San Antonio on addressing affordable housing needs for residents. SAHT serves to provide additional and continuing housing opportunities for low and moderate income families; to promote the public health, safety, convenience and welfare by mitigating the extent to which San Antonio’s low and moderate income households are unable to afford decent, safe and sanitary housing within the City of San Antonio; and to revitalize neighborhood and downtown through appropriate housing activities.
Meeting Schedule & Location: The San Antonio Housing Trust Board meeting locations and times may vary. Please refer to the SAHT events calendar to obtain meeting details at: https://sahousingtrust.org/calendar/
Website Information: for more information, please visit: http://www.sahousingtrust.org
Ordinance/Articles of Incorporation/By Laws: 67895
68278
 
 
Liaison: Nicole Collazo - (210) 735-2772

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. Jordan Raffoul Ghawi  Other01/13/202205/31/2025
 Mrs. Antoinette Brumfield  Other01/13/202205/31/2023
 Mr. Eric S. Cooper  Other01/13/202205/31/2023
 Ms Jane Paccione  Other01/13/202205/31/2023
 Ms. Rachell Hathaway  Other01/13/202205/31/2025
 Ms. Marinella G. Murillo  Other01/13/202205/31/2025
 
Total Members: 6
 
 
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Board Composition: The San Antonio Public Library (SAPL) Board of Trustees is comprised of 11 Trustees: 10 District Appointed Members appointed by their respective Councilmembers and one (1) Member appointed by the Mayor. Trustees serve a two-year term of office concurrent with the term of the appointing City Councilmember.
Appointed by: City Council
District; At-Large; Mayoral Appointment: District
Categories: 11 SAPL Trustees: 10 District Appointed Members appointed by their respective Councilmembers and one (1) Member appointed by the Mayor.
Mission/Purpose: The San Antonio Public Library Board of Trustees is responsible for the management, care, control and maintenance of all library system properties consisting of the downtown Central Library, 29 library outlets, and a team of over 550 employees for the delivery of library services to approximately 1.9 million residents in San Antonio and Bexar County.
Meeting Schedule & Location: SAPL meetings are held on the 4th Wednesday of each month at 4:30 PM, except November, at various library locations throughout the City. Meeting duration is usually two (2) hours. Please refer to the posted agenda to obtain meeting details at: https://sanantonio.primegov.com/public/portal
Website Information: https://www.mysapl.org/About/Board-of-Trustees
Ordinance/Articles of Incorporation/By Laws: Resolution 1951.10.02
 
 
Liaison: Jessica Zurita - (210) 207-2632

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Ms. Jean L. Brady  District 112/04/200309/30/2019
 Ms Jo Ann Harris  District 205/16/201909/30/2023
 Mrs. Josie U. Martinez  District 312/13/201809/30/2020
 Ms. Andrea R. Sanchez  District 410/18/201209/30/2022
 Mr Norbert Geremy Landin III District 510/21/202109/30/2022
 Mrs. Maria Fernanda Cardenas  District 609/30/202109/30/2022
 Mr. Paul C. Stahl  District 712/16/200409/30/2024
 Ms. Juspreet Kaur  District 808/20/201509/30/2022
 Mrs. Marcia L. Ince  District 903/02/201709/30/2019
 Ms. Linda C. Nairn  District 1010/01/201209/30/2021
 Mrs. Judy A. Cruz  Mayoral06/19/201409/30/2022
 
Total Members: 11
 
 
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Board Composition: The San Antonio Water System (SAWS) is governed by the SAWS Board of Trustees. The Board consists of six (6) At-Large Trustees and the Mayor as an Ex-Officio Member. Four (4) SAWS Trustees each represent a single quadrant of the utility’s service area. Two (2) Trustees each represent the two northern or southern quadrants combined. Trustees must reside either within the area served by SAWS or within the corporate limits of the City. The Trustees are appointed by the City Council and serve a 4-year term of office, beginning on June 1 and ending on May 31. Trustees are limited to serving 2 terms of office, unless their first appointment was for the remainder of an unexpired term of office of less than two years.
Appointed by: City Council
District; At-Large; Mayoral Appointment: Other
Categories: The Board consists six (6) Trustees and the Mayor as an Ex-Officio Member. The At-Large Trustees are representatives of the North Sector, Northeast Quadrant, Northwest Quadrant, the South Sector, the Southwest Quadrant, and the Southeast Quadrant.
Mission/Purpose: The San Antonio Water System Board of Trustees is vested with the complete management, control and operation of the Water System. The Board controls the expenditure and application of the revenues of the System and makes recommendations to the City Council concerning rates, fees, and changes for services rendered by the System.
Meeting Schedule & Location: The SAWS Board of Trustees usually meets the first Tuesday of each month at 9 a.m. in the SAWS Administrative Office Board Room, 2800 U.S. Hwy 281 North. Please refer to the posted agenda to obtain meeting details at: https://apps.saws.org/who_we_are/board/agenda/
Website Information: https://www.saws.org/board
Ordinance/Articles of Incorporation/By Laws: 75686
 
 
Liaison: Lisa Mireles - (210) 233-3690

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. Ed Belmares  Other09/17/202005/31/2024
 Ms. Amy Hardberger  Other03/08/201805/31/2025
 Ms. Jelynne LeBlanc Jamison  Other08/06/202005/31/2026
 Mr. David McGee  Other09/03/201505/31/2025
 Mayor Ron Nirenberg  Other06/01/201705/31/2023
 Mr. Eduardo Jose Parra  Other03/08/201805/31/2025
 Ms. Marilu Reyna  Other10/21/202105/31/2026
 
Total Members: 7
 
 
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Board Composition: The San Antonio Youth Commission (SAYC) consists of 22 Members: 20 District Appointed Members, with each Councilmember appointing two (2) Members; and two (2) Members appointed by the Mayor. Members serve a two-year term of office concurrent with the term of the appointing City Councilmember. Members may be reappointed for another two-year term, but are not eligible to serve upon graduation from high school.
Appointed by: City Council
District; At-Large; Mayoral Appointment: District
Categories:
Mission/Purpose: The San Antonio Youth Commission (SAYC) is tasked with advising City Council on matters that directly affect local youth, with the intention of valuing and empowering the City’s youth voice to provide a unique insight into City issues and problems. SAYC provides an outlet to youth to civically engage with the City through advocacy and community service.
Meeting Schedule & Location: SAYC Meetings are held on the second Saturday of each month. Please refer to the posted agenda to obtain meeting details at: https://sanantonio.primegov.com/public/portal
Website Information: https://www.sanantonio.gov/humanservices/about/boardscommission/SAYC#279593748-about-us
Ordinance/Articles of Incorporation/By Laws:
2022-01-27-0044; 74024;
78782
 
 
Liaison: Jemm Morris - 210-207-1763

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. Aidan Cruz Gonzalez  District 109/01/202205/31/2023
 AVAILABLE District 4   
 AVAILABLE District 6   
 AVAILABLE District 7   
 Ms. Anna Marguerite Hurd  District 103/03/202205/31/2023
 Ms. Zariah Ford  District 206/09/202205/31/2023
 Ms. Jennifer Miguel Orellana  District 205/05/202205/31/2023
 Miss Yasmeen Ajala Diop  District 312/02/202105/31/2023
 AVAILABLE District 3  05/31/2023
 Ms. Ella Danica Arispe  District 411/18/202105/31/2023
 Miss Emerald Sunshine Alaniz  District 502/17/202205/31/2023
 Ms Faith Emely Estrada  District 502/17/202205/31/2023
 Ms. Yaritza Cruz-Villarreal  District 605/05/202205/31/2023
 Ms Lourdes Bella Mendoza  District 702/17/202205/31/2023
 Mr. Elliot Judd Copeland  District 811/18/202105/31/2023
 Mr. Haris Tahir  District 809/09/202105/31/2023
 Miss Hannah Guan  District 902/10/202205/31/2023
 Miss Olivia Lauren Lopez  District 911/18/202105/31/2023
 Mr Michael Andrew Frere  District 1010/14/202105/31/2023
 Mr. Niekolas Christiane Robbins  District 1010/14/202105/31/2023
 Ms. Julia Anne Doski  Mayoral12/02/202105/31/2023
 Ms. Mara Flores  Mayoral11/18/202105/31/2023
 
Total Members: 22
 
 
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Board Composition: The Small Business Advisory Commission is comprised of 15 Members: 10 District Appointed Members appointed by their respective Councilmembers; one (1) Member appointed by the Mayor; and four (4) At Large Citizen Members. Members serve a two-year term of office concurrent with the term of the appointing City Councilmember. The Members are appointed as representatives from the following targeted categories: Two (2) representatives from Small Business Professional and/or Trade Organizations; two (2) representatives from Non-Profit Small Business Service Provider Organizations; four (4) Small Business Owners with less than 10 employees; four (4) Small Business Owners with 10-50 employees; and three (3) Small Business Owners from specific industries as identified and targeted by the City.
Appointed by: The Mayor and Council each appoint one member with the assigned Council Committee appointing the remaining 4 At-Large members.
District; At-Large; Mayoral Appointment: Eleven District appointments and four (4) At-Large Citizen Member appointments.
Categories: The Small Business Advisory Commission is comprised of 15 Members: 10 District Appointed Members appointed by their respective Councilmembers; one (1) Member appointed by the Mayor; and four (4) At Large Citizen members. Members serve a two-year term of office concurrent with the term of the appointing City Councilmember. The Members are appointed as representatives from the following targeted categories: Two (2) representatives from Small Business Professional and/or Trade Organizations; two (2) representatives from Non-Profit Small Business Service Provider Organizations; four (4) Small Business Owners with less than 10 employees; four (4) Small Business Owners with 10-50 employees; and three (3) Small Business Owners from specific industries as identified and targeted by the City.
Mission/Purpose: The mission of the Small Business Advocacy Commission (SBAC) shall be to review upcoming policies, regulations, and issues affecting small businesses, outside of the SBEDA Ordinance. SBAC provides recommendations to City Staff, Mayor, and City Council.
Meeting Schedule & Location: SBAC meetings are held on the second Tuesday of every month at 10:30 a.m. in the Municipal Plaza Building, "B" Room, 114 W. Commerce St.,78205. Please refer to the posted agenda to obtain meeting details at: https://sanantonio.primegov.com/public/portal
Website Information: Small Business Office https://www.sanantonio.gov/SBO
Ordinance/Articles of Incorporation/By Laws: Creating ordinance 2021-02-18-0119
 
 
Liaison: Natalie Palmer - 210-207-3927

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mrs. Julissa Cantu Carielo  Mayoral06/17/202105/31/2023
 Ms. Jane S. Gonzalez  District 302/03/202205/31/2023
 Mr Moses Mark Hernandez  Other03/17/202205/31/2023
 Mr. James Logan Hollerbach  District 1006/17/202105/31/2023
 Ms. Lindsey Andrea Logan  Other03/17/202205/31/2023
 Mr Jeremy Amshu Roberts  District 909/30/202105/31/2023
 Mr. Ryan Keith Salts  District 103/17/202205/31/2023
 Mr Marcos Sarmiento  Other03/17/202205/31/2023
 Ms. Juanita Felicitas Sepulveda  District 409/16/202105/31/2023
 Ms. Sarah Shakil  District 806/17/202105/31/2023
 Ms. Kaitlin Sirakos  District 706/17/202105/31/2023
 Dr. Rick Tamfu  District 612/02/202105/31/2023
 AVAILABLE Other   
 Mrs Vickie Amaya Willoughby  District 509/30/202105/31/2023
 Mr. Henry M. Woods Jr District 201/27/202205/31/2023
 
Total Members: 15
 
 
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Board Composition: The Small Business Economic Development Advocacy (SBEDA) Committee is comprised of 11 Members: 10 District Appointed Members appointed by their respective Councilmembers and one (1) Member appointed by the Mayor. Members serve a two-year term of office concurrent with the term of the appointing City Councilmember.
Appointed by: City Council
District; At-Large; Mayoral Appointment: District
Categories: 10 District Appointed Members appointed by their respective Councilmembers and one (1) Member appointed by the Mayor.
Mission/Purpose: The Small Business Economic Development Advocacy (SBEDA) Committee advises the City Manager, the Mayor, and City Council regarding business issues, goals, and related policies concerning small, minority and women-owned business enterprises and the effectiveness of the City's Small Business Economic Development Advocacy (SBEDA) programs. SBEDA makes recommendations of those S/M/W/BE that are ready, willing, and able to do business with the City, under the policies set forth in the SBEDA ordinance. In addition, SBEDA makes recommendations concerning modifications of programs and procedures established in the SBEDA Program.
Meeting Schedule & Location: The SBEDA Committee meets every third Friday of every other month at 10:00 a.m. at the City Tower building, 18th floor, 100 W. Houston, Suite 1800, 78205. Please refer to the posted agenda to obtain meeting details at: https://sanantonio.primegov.com/public/portal
Website Information: https://www.sanantonio.gov/SBO/Small-Business-Advocacy-Committee
Ordinance/Articles of Incorporation/By Laws:
2010-06-17-0531
2016-05-19-0367
2021-02-18-0119
 
 
Liaison: Natalie Palmer - (210) 207-3924

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mrs. Siew Ong Pang  District 111/02/201705/31/2019
 Mr. Mohammad Rasool  District 208/04/202205/31/2023
 Ms. Renee Joy McGhee  District 308/19/202105/31/2023
 Ms Juanita Felicitas Sepulveda  District 410/19/201705/31/2023
 Mr. Mark Andrew Garcia  District 510/21/202105/31/2023
 Ms. Angela Gonzales  District 601/21/202105/31/2023
 Mrs. Katherine Sanchez-Rocha  District 701/13/202205/31/2023
 Mr. Anwar Tahir  District 805/06/202105/31/2023
 Mr. Steven A. Gonzales  District 903/31/201605/31/2020
 Mr. Roy F. Schauffele  District 1006/20/201905/31/2023
 AVAILABLE Mayoral  05/31/2023
 
Total Members: 11
 
 
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Board Composition: The Mission Del Lago TIRZ is comprised of nine members. Representatives include members at large in society and representatives at the local, state and federal levels. Board Members are residents of the county in which the zone is located or a county adjacent to that county; or own real property in the zone.
Appointed by: City Council
District; At-Large; Mayoral Appointment: Other
Categories: The board is comprised of four City appointments, one United Health System (UHS) appointment, one South Independent School District (SISD) appointment, one State Senator or designee appointment, and one State Representative or designee appointment. A quorum of five voting members is required to conduct business on the board's agenda.
Mission/Purpose: To promote development or redevelopment of the Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone (TIRZ) where development or redevelopment would not occur solely through private investment in the reasonably foreseeable future.
Meeting Schedule & Location: This board does not have a set meeting schedule or location. Meetings are held on an as needed basis.
Website Information: www.sanantonio.gov/nhsd/tif/petitioninitiated
Ordinance/Articles of Incorporation/By Laws:
 
 
Liaison: Fedra Chapa - (210) 207-3382

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. Pete Anthony Benavides  Other12/03/200905/31/2015
 Mr. James Sterling Mattox  Other12/03/200905/31/2017
 Ms. Virginia B. Rogers  Other08/22/200205/31/2017
 Mr. Ryan G. Wilson  Other10/06/200505/31/2015
 
Total Members: 4
 
 
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Board Description
Board Composition: The Houston Street TIRZ Board is comprised of seven members. Representatives include representatives at the local level.
Appointed by: City Council
District; At-Large; Mayoral Appointment: Other
Categories: The board is comprised of four City appointments and three Bexar County appointments. A quorum of four voting members is required to conduct business on the board's agenda.
Mission/Purpose: To promote development or redevelopment of the TIRZ where development or redevelopment would not occur solely through private investment in the reasonably foreseeable future.
Meeting Schedule & Location: This board does not have a set meeting schedule or location. Meetings are held on an as needed basis.
Website Information:
Ordinance/Articles of Incorporation/By Laws:
 
 
Liaison: Daniel Sirio - (210) 207-5349

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Councilmember Mario Bravo  Other06/01/202105/31/2023
 Mr. Troy Elliott  Other06/01/201505/31/2021
 Ms. Lori Houston  Other06/01/201505/31/2021
 Mr. John Jacks  Other06/01/201505/31/2021
 
Total Members: 4
 
 
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Board Description
Board Composition: The board is comprised of nine members. Representatives include members at large in society and representatives at the local, state and federal levels. Board Members are residents of the county in which the zone is located or a county adjacent to that county; or own real property in the zone.
Appointed by: City Council
District; At-Large; Mayoral Appointment: Other
Categories: The Board is comprised of five City appointments; one Bexar County appointment, one Alamo Community College District (ACCD) appointment, one State Senator or designee appointment, and one State Representative or designee appointment. A quorum of five voting members is required to conduct business on the board's agenda.
Mission/Purpose: To promote development or redevelopment of the Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone (TIRZ) where development or redevelopment would not occur solely through private investment in the reasonably foreseeable future.
Meeting Schedule & Location: This board does not have a set meeting schedule or location. Meetings are held on an as needed basis.
Website Information: For more information, please visit: https://www.sanantonio.gov/NHSD/TIF/petitioninitiated
Ordinance/Articles of Incorporation/By Laws:
 
 
Liaison: Fedra Chapa - (210) 207-3382

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 AVAILABLE Other   
 Mr. Chad Parker Carey  Other04/28/200505/31/2013
 Mr. James Landon Kane  Other06/28/200105/31/2013
 Mr. Bay Rajabi  Other11/02/200605/31/2013
 Mr. Robert Davis Richardson  Other03/08/200105/31/2013
 
Total Members: 5
 
 
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Board Description
Board Composition: The Inner City TIRZ Board is comprised of fifteen members. Representatives include members at large in society and representatives at the local level.
Appointed by: City Council
District; At-Large; Mayoral Appointment: Other
Categories: The board is comprised of eleven City appointments, two Bexar County appointments, one San Antonio Independent School District (SAISD) appointment, and one Alamo Community College District (ACCD) appointment. A quorum of eight voting members is required to conduct business on the board's agenda.
Mission/Purpose: To promote development or redevelopment of the Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone (TIRZ) where development or redevelopment would not occur solely through private investment in the reasonably foreseeable future.
Meeting Schedule & Location: This board does not have a set meeting schedule or location. Meetings are held on an as needed basis.
Website Information: https://www.sanantonio.gov/NHSD/TIF/cityinitiated#22866823-inner-city-11
Ordinance/Articles of Incorporation/By Laws:
 
 
Liaison: Fedra Chapa - (210) 207-3382

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. Alex Jeremy Birnel  Other09/30/202105/31/2023
 Councilmember Mario Bravo  Other06/01/202105/31/2023
 Councilmember Teri Castillo  Other06/01/202105/31/2023
 Mr. Marlon Quinn Davis Jr Other09/30/202105/31/2023
 Mr. Troy Elliot  Other06/01/201105/31/2021
 Mr. Juan A. Garcia  Other05/03/201205/31/2021
 Ms. Jessica O. Guerrero  Other09/30/202105/31/2023
 Mr. Stephen Hooper Lucke  Other12/09/202105/31/2023
 Councilmember Jalen McKee-Rodriguez  Other06/01/202105/31/2023
 Mr. Mohammad Rasool  Other09/30/202105/31/2023
 Mr. Mario M. Salas  Other04/26/200105/31/2023
 
Total Members: 11
 
 
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Board Description
Board Composition: The Plaza Fortuna TIRZ is comprised of eleven members. Representatives include members at large in society and representatives at the local, state and federal levels. Board Members are residents of the county in which the zone is located or a county adjacent to that county; or own real property in the zone.
Appointed by: City Council
District; At-Large; Mayoral Appointment: Other