Precautionary Measures taken by the City (COVID-19)


UPDATED: August 11, 2021

Information on Vaccinations/References:

San Antonio Metro Health is administering COVID-19 vaccinations.  Click here to schedule an appointment.  Everyone over the age of 16 are eligible to register for a vaccination.  

How to schedule an appointment within Bexar County.

Click here for information on the different types of vaccination provided by the Centers for Disease Control.

Read the information below about vaccine availability and click “OK” before searching the map to find your nearest provider. If the map doesn’t load, visit the Texas Department of State Health Services’ website here.

If you are in need of a COVID-19 testing, click here for additional information such as registration and testing locations.

Bexar County COVID-19 Trends.

Click here to view Bexar County’s Executive Order.

On May 18, 2021, Governor Greg Abbott issued Executive Order # GA – 36, that prohibits governmental entities mandating masks at government offices.  Employees and customers have an option to wear a mask upon entering City Hall and no longer mandated.  

Health and safety of our residents and staff are our priorities while delivering essential services to the residents of Alamo Heights.  The City of Alamo Heights is constantly monitoring, accessing the situation, and making necessary changes in the City’s operations to promote lower risk of exposure to the spread of COVID-19.  Residents will be informed via email blast communication and postings via the City’s website:

Remember to follow these preventive measures in your daily activities:

  • Wash your hands frequently
  • If you are sick, stay home
  • Avoid close personal contact and practice social distancing
  • Disinfect surfaces

Updates will be posted on the City’s website.


Normal trash pickup schedule has resumed to regular schedule.  Recycling is picked up on Wednesdays.


The City of Alamo Heights encourages water customers to pay online at or have an option to pay at Alamo Heights City Hall.  Water payments may be mailed to City of Alamo Heights, 6116 Broadway, San Antonio, TX  78209 or dropped off at City Hall in the overnight deposit box.


Building permits for residents and contractors will be completed online at  Note that permits may be subject to delay during this time.  Applicants may also call 210-826-0516 for additional information.


Municipal court is currently conducting court hearings.  You will be contacted by Gina Huddleston for scheduling.  Tickets may be paid online at or you may contact Gina at 210-882-1501.


Click here for a Public Service Announcement issued by FBI regarding Cyber Actors.

For Non-Emergency City Departmental numbers, please click here. 

Información en español, haga clic aqui.

Para números departamentales de la ciudad que no sean de emergencia, haga clic aqui.