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The Mayor of Phoenix Talks About Better Transit in a Car-Reliant City

The Mayor of Phoenix Talks About Better Transit in a Car-Reliant City

The Mayor of Phoenix Talks About Better Transit in a Car-Reliant City: “…when it comes to issues of walkability and bike ability these are not soft issues. These are critically important issues when it comes to economic development. The companies and entrepreneurs that provide the highest-quality jobs—technology, science, etc.—the employees of these companies won’t come … Continue reading

Who we are

imagineSanAntonio is group of citizens that imagines a better future for San Antonio. We are a collaborative non-profit working with city agencies, other non-profits, and concerned citizens in order to create the great city we all imagine. See our imagineSanAntonio: About Us brochure for more information.

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If you have an organization committed to improving the quality of life in San Antonio, please contact us and join our group

Presentations and Press: 2014 Resiliency Conference

Resiliency Conference: Tribute to Bill Sinkin

- Presentations Available, Days One & Two -
February 14 & 21, 2014: Resiliency Conference

Read the February 13, 2014 article in the San Antonio Express-News, "Conference tackles SA environmental challenges," written about the 2014 Resiliency Conference

Read the February 20, 2014 article by Bill Hurley in The Rivard Report, "Conference Tackles Climate Change in San Antonio: No Longer ‘If,’ Now ‘When’," written about the 2014 Resiliency Conference

Read the February 21, 2014 article by Scott Huddleston in the San Antonio Express-News, "Nirenberg shares vision of 'resilient city'," written about the 2014 Resiliency Conference


Dialogues In Planning: Urban Connectivity

A standing-room only crowd joined imagineSanAntonio for Dialogues In Planning: Urban Connectivity, an informed discussion on streets and the vital connections they provide in an urban setting. Thanks again to our host, the downtown campus of the University of Texas at San Antonio.

More information on the November 4, 2013 event is available through UTSA's Dialogues In Planning: Urban Connectivity Flyer.


Read All About It! 2012 Growth Conference!

On November 9, 2012, imagineSanAntonio hosted the 2012 iSA Conference on Growth, "Growing For The Future."

- Presentations -
2012 iSA Conference on Growth

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2012 Growth Conference from imagineSanAntonio

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Conference for Growth Program


Coming Events

Weed Wednesday at Phil Hardberger Park
Wednesday, Oct 22, 2014 8:30 am

KSAT 12 Video: iSA on proposed HEB closure of South Main

Visit KSAT.com to watch the broadcast video of "San Antonio group hopes to delay HEB expansion vote," aired on December 2, 2013.

iSA President Bob Wise on Texas Public Radio: HEB alternatives

On December 2, 2013, TPR's David Martin Davies interviewed Bob Wise and Sue Ann Pemberton, president of the San Antonio Conservation Society, about HEB's proposed closure of South Main Avenue. Listen to the interview or visit TPR's The Source, "Clamping Down On Political Money | Main Street Closure Still Controversial," to listen and read more.

KENS-TV 5 Interview: iSA on proposed HEB closure of South Main

Visit KENS-TV 5 to watch the broadcast video of 'Think tank' comes forward with alternate proposals for HEB's expansion, aired on November 29, 2013.

iSA Press Release: iSA Proposes Win-Win Solution for H-E-B’s Expansion

imagineSanAntonio announces its support of the public-interest effort to keep South Main Avenue a public right-of-way. “We wish to prevent the private-only use and permanent loss of an important piece of the downtown San Antonio street grid,” says Bob Wise of imagineSanAntonio.

Learn More about us

First visit to our site? This brochure will tell you about the goals, vision, and people in imagineSanAntonio. Last Updated September 15, 2014.

imagineSanAntonio: About Us


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