Due to cost cutting measures, the city is reducing the newsletter to a smaller format with important information. Also listed are links to the city website. For example, get detailed information regarding Brush/Bulk pick-up, as well as the FY 2018-19 Proposed Budget and Tax Rate.
As San Antonio celebrates its Tricentennial, the City of Balcones Heights celebrates its 25th anniversary of providing renowned jazz performers from across the country. Since 1993, the Balcones Heights Jazz Festival has captivated jazz aficionados every summer with a free stellar line-up.
Back Row: Stephen Lara, Councilmember Place 1; Jack Burton, Councilmember Place 3 & Mayor Pro-Tem; Lamar Gillian, Councilmember Place 4; Charles White, Councilmember Place 5. Front Row: Jesse Pacheco, Councilmember Place 2, and Mayor Suzanne de Leon.
What can I say of my wonderful mother, an extraordinary person, a mom like no other. Whenever I need you, you’re always there; you listen, understand, and show that you care. I appreciate you more than I ever could say; To my extraordinary mom: Happy Mother’s Day!
Mayor Suzanne de Leon, presents a Proclamation to Meals on Wheels Director of Community Engagement, Veronica Dominguez, and Program Director Jim Snyder, Proclaiming March 2018 as the 16th Annual March for Meals Month.
I wish each and everyone of our residents, our business operators, those who work in our City, and those close to you, all the best this holiday season and in the New Year. Best Wishes, Suzanne de Leon
Please note that the date of the November City Council has changed. The meeting will be held on Monday, November 20, due to the Thanksgiving holiday. Thanksgiving is a time for family and giving thanks for life’s gifts, but also a time for charity and good will.