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Homes Near Greenway Trails Or Greenbelts In And Around San Antonio Texas
Looking for a Home Near The GREENWAY TRAILS In San Antonio Texas? The Greenway Trail System continues to grow, see the information below regarding updates from the City of San Antonio Website! Get the best of all worlds! The house you've always wanted, and a great local greenbelt so that you can enjoy the outdoors on a daily basis! Give me a call and lets find the home of your dreams! Your San Antonio Area Realtor, Denise Moore (210) 355-0559 for more info on the Greenway Trail System checkout: https://www.sanantonio.gov/ParksAndRec/ParksFacilities/Trails/GreenwayTrails.aspx
HOWARD W. PEAK GREENWAY TRAILS SYSTEM
Hiking and biking along the Howard W. Peak Greenway trails is a great way to get fit and enjoy the outdoors. The ever growing network of multi-use trails wind through natural landscapes along San Antonio creeks. Currently 52.6 miles of developed greenway trails are now open for your riding, walking and running pleasure. San Antonio residents are flocking to the greenways for their beauty, the opportunity for family fun, and for fitness.
These linear parks consist of approximately 1,400 acres of creek-side open space.
The Linear Creekway Parks Development Program, which provides sales tax funding for the land purchases and trails development, was approved by voters in 2000, 2005, 2010 and 2015.
Trails are now either built or planned for many of San Antonio’s creeks, including the Salado, Leon, Huebner, Huesta, Culebra, Alazan, Apache, Martinez, San Pedro and the Medina River.
Former Mayor Peak began formulating the idea of a "ring' of hike and bike trails in flood zones along city-owned creeks while working in the Planning Department and while serving on the Zoning Commission. As a City Councilman representing District 9 from 1993 to 1997, he partnered with Councilman Lyle Larson to purchase the land which began the Salado Creek trail system in Walker Ranch Historic Landmark Park.
As mayor from 1997 to 2001, he solidified his vision of hike and bike trails along Leon and Salado Creeks and won citizen support to dedicate one-eighth of a cent of the sales tax to begin development of the trail system in partnership with the Edwards Aquifer Program.
PROJECTS CURRENTLY UNDER CONSTRUCTION (5/19/2016):
|Project Name||Miles||Anticipated Project Completion Date|
|Huebner Creek (Leon Creek to Shadow Mist)||1.2||Summer 2016|
|Martinez Creek (Fredericksburg Rd to Cincinnati)||0.6||Summer 2016|
|Alazan Creek (Woodlawn Lake to Lombrano)||0.5||Summer 2016|
|Apache Creek (Cassiano Park to SA River Confluence)||3.5||Summer 2016|
|Leon Creek (Valero Trailhead to I-10)||0.6||Fall 2016|
|Medina River (Phases 3 and 4)||6.5||Fall 2016|
|Huesta Creek (Leon Creek to Hausman Rd)||1||Fall 2016|