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AT&T will be starting a 2nd project for fiber upgrades on Monday June 26th.
Low-interest federal disaster loans are available to Texas businesses and residents affected by the severe storms and tornadoes that occurred Feb. 19-20, 2017.
Duracell Rep donated cases of batteries to the AH Fire Dept. - we have taken them and 6 cases of water the the AH Christian Church for distribution for those affected by the severe storms this weekend.
Program will continue in 2017. Trimming of AH Tree Canopy is needed to maintain the 13'6" height access required for emergency apparatus...
In effort to improve electric reliability CPS Energy is undertaking some tree trimming measures in the City of Alamo Heights that will assist in that endeavor.
Updated 07/06/16 - The City hosted a Public Informational Meeting regarding consideration of a Special Election in November 2016 for proposed residential Street Improvement Bonds. Click to view the presentation.
Update 03/15/16 - AHPD apprehended one (1) suspect in this on-going investigation during the early evening hours of March 14, 2016.
Posted 03/04/16 - In the early morning of March 3rd, 2016, Alamo Heights Police arrested a suspect who had entered a single-family residence in the 200 block of Normandy through an unlocked window and fled when confronted by the homeowner...
Updated 03/03/16 - Zika virus, a flavivirus, is transmitted to humans primarily through the bite of an infected Aedes species mosquito. About 1 in 5 people infected with Zika virus become symptomatic. Characteristic clinical findings are acute onset of fever with maculopapular rash, arthralgia, or conjunctivitis.
Posted 12/04/15 - On Dec. 9, Dr. Antonio Petrov, DDes, assistant professor of architecture at UTSA College of Architecture, Construction and Planning, and a team of students will unveil a new urban scale installation titled “The Third Condition” that explores architectural interventions that could serve to invigorate new life and inspire the growth of new public and consumer spaces in Alamo Heights.
Posted 11/13/15 - Stage 1 Water Restrictions are now lifted. Remember that the City does have Year-Round Water Regulations.