Free General Admission. Outdoor seating on the amphitheater lawn is free on a first-come, first-served basis. Typically jazz fans begin reserving their spots with blankets and lawn chairs the morning of each concert.
Officer Joyce Pena began her employment with the Balcones Heights Police Department thirty years ago, April 1984. Not only was she the first full-time female officer she was commended for doing an outstanding job.
Councilwoman Madeline A. Slay inducted into San Antonio Women’s Hall of Fame - Mrs. Slay has lived in Balcones Heights for over 14 years. She is also the President/Owner of Madeline Anz Slay Architecture, which is located in the former Balcones Heights City Hall building.
New Fire Truck Ordered - During a special called meeting on September 18, 2006 the Balcones Heights City Council authorized the lease purchase of a Ferrera Mid-Mount, 100-foot “Quint” ladder truck for a total cost of $791,698.
Waste and Brush Pick-up Monday, September 18 - The third of four annual clean-ups is scheduled for the residential areas of Balcones Heights on September 18, 2006. All discarded items such as old furniture, appliances, brush, etc.
Ad Valorem Tax Exemptions Offered to Residents for 2006-2007 Budget - The Balcones Heights City Council adopted the following Ad Valorem tax exemptions to the residents of Balcones Heights for the 2006-2007 fiscal year budget. (i.e. on your taxes due 10-1-06).