Help Strengthen Community Results and Indicators for the Next Decade!

San Antonio: This year, nearly 10,500 of you have helped to reaffirm and strengthen San Antonio’s Community Vision for the next decade. That’s a 75% increase over the original visioning process—in the middle of a pandemic.

Through your input and with the review of local content experts and nearly 50 local, regional, and national plans, SA2020 has strengthened San Antonio’s shared Community Vision. Now, we need your help with one more thing. Help us affirm or edit the proposed Community Results and Indicators.

You can do this in two ways throughout October: 1) Take 5-10 minutes to provide input online via a form. 2) Join a 1-hour virtual conversation to connect with fellow San Antonians and share your thoughts.

Your feedback will help us ensure San Antonio’s Community Vision truly reflects the community’s needs and priorities. Thank you for helping strengthen San Antonio’s future!

Provide Input Online

The form below asks for your input on the proposed Community Result that you’re most passionate or curious about. Then, it asks for your feedback on the draft indicators that will help tell us if we’re actually making progress. This should take 5-10 minutes to complete.

Join a Virtual Conversation

In partnership with students from UTSA, SA2020 will also host virtual community conversations on the draft Results and Indicators throughout October. Each conversation will focus on a different Result. Choose the cluster of words you’re most curious or passionate about (or choose several!) and register for the event.

6:00 PM

Arts, Culture, Historic Preservation, Creative Economy, Festivals, Murals

12:00 PM

Leadership, Institutional Accountability, Equity, Civic Engagement, Voting, Philanthropy, Volunteerism, Collaboration

6:00 PM

Downtown, Neighborhoods, Tourism, Central Business District, Historic Preservation

9:00 AM

Innovation, Economic Development, Quality of Life, Entrepreneurship, Workers, Small Business

12:00 PM

Early Childhood Education, K-12 Education, College Attainment, Lifelong Learning, Leadership, Youth Development & Engagement, Digital Inclusion

6:00 PM

Environment, Climate Action, Resiliency, Sustainability, Natural Resources, Green Economy

12:00 PM

Health, Mental Health, Health Access, Food Security, Aging in Place



9:00 AM

Neighborhoods, Culture, Historic Preservation, Growth, Housing, Parks & Green Spaces, Community Centers


10:00 AM

Transportation, Walkability, Micro-Mobility, Public Transit, Commute Time

Content Experts

Following months of community conversations and surveys, SA2020 drafted Community Results and Indicators. These were then reviewed and strengthened by these 80 local content experts—people with professional and lived experiences related to each Community Result.

A.J. Rodriguez
Formerly with Zachry

Abigail Moore
San Antonio Council on Alcohol & Drug Awareness

Allison Blazosky
Alamo Area Metropolitan Planning Association

Ana Flores
Las Casas Foundation

Andrea “Vocab” Sanderson
San Antonio’s Poet Laureate (2020-2023)

Andres Andujar

Anthony Chukwudolue
City of San Antonio Public Works Department

Art Reinhardt

Bill Barker
Great Springs Project

Bricio Vasquez, Ph.D.
Intercultural Development Research Association

Bryan Bayles, Ph.D.
Texas A&M University San Antonio

Chad Cicci

Charito Lincoln

Chris Rodriguez
Woodlawn Theatre

Christopher Lazaro
City of San Antonio Center City Development Office

Claudia Guerra
City of San Antonio Office of Historic Preservation

Cliff Zintgraff, Ph.D.

Cynthia Teniente-Matson, Ph.D.
Texas A&M University San Antonio

Daniel Menelly
The DoSeum

David McCary
City of San Antonio City Manager’s Office

David Newman
City of San Antonio Solid Waste Management Department

David Nisivoccia
San Antonio Housing Authority

David Robinson Jr.
Blueprint Local

David Zammiello
Project Quest

Dawn Dixon
Connect + Ability at Warm Springs

Deborah Omowale Jarmon
San Antonio African American Community Archive & Museum

Debra Maltz
Centro Properties

Edwin Blanton, Ph.D.
Texas A&M University San Antonio

Elisabeth Reise
Goodwill San Antonio

Eloisa Portillo-Morales
National Resources Defense Council

Emily Calderón Galdeano, Ed.D.
UP Partnership

Erica Hurtak
San Antonio Economic Development Foundation

Eugene Dawson

Gina Amatangelo
University of Texas at San Antonio

Ginny Funk
Alzheimer’s Association

Gregory Casillas
Thrive Youth Center

Hannah Santiago
Cambridge Systematics, Inc.

Henrietta Muñoz, Ph.D.
Formerly with United Way of San Antonio & Bexar County

Jeanne Russell
CAST Schools

Jessica Knudsen
Clarity Child Guidance Center

Jordan McIlveen
The Health Collaborative

Jose De La Cruz

Josh Huskin
Huskin Photo

Justin Schmitt

Karen Guz

Lilliana Saldaña, Ph.D.
University of Texas at San Antonio

Lily Lowder
Alamo Area Metropolitan Planning Association

Lori Johnson Leal
CPS Energy

Magaly Chocano

Maria Alejandro
University of Texas at San Antonio

Mario Bravo
Environmental Defense Fund

Mario Obledo
San Antonio Food Bank

Marisa Bono
VIA Transit

Mary Ellen Burns
United Way of San Antonio & Bexar County

Mary Heathcott
Blue Star Contemporary

Mecca Salahuddin, Ph.D.
Alamo Colleges District

Mica Clark-Peterek
City of San Antonio Department of Human Services

Michele Brown
Formerly with KIPP Texas

Michelle E. Garza
San Antonio River Authority

Mike Lozito
Bexar County Office of Criminal Justice

Mike Villarreal, Ph.D.
University of Texas at San Antonio

Nicole Amri

Patti Radle
San Antonio Independent School District

Paula Owen
Southwest School of Arts

Priscilla Camacho
Alamo Colleges District

Rachel Bell
The RVB Group

Rachell Hathaway
Bank of America

Randall Garcia
San Antonio Council on Alcohol & Drug Awareness

Raven Douglas
MOVE Texas

Rebeca Gonzalez
San Antonio Education Partnership

Rocío Guenther
City of San Antonio Office of the Mayor

Roger Caballero
Madonna Center

Saani Fong
San Antonio Economic Development Foundation

Sandy Morander
YMCA of Greater San Antonio

Sonia Jasso, Ph.D.
St. Mary’s University

Steve Nivin, Ph.D.
St. Mary’s University

Toni-Marie Van Buren
University Health System Foundation

Tuesdaé Knight
San Antonio for Growth on the Eastside

Vanessa Velazquez
Vanessa Velazquez Photography

Veronica Soto
City of San Antonio Neighborhood and Housing Services Department

What's Next?

In January 2021, we’ll release the reaffirmed and strengthened Community Vision to guide San Antonio through 2030. Stay up to date on the progress at, follow us on social media, or sign up for our newsletter updates.