District 9 Back to School Events

Stuff the Bus Event

As the summer comes to an end, families across the city are gearing up for the start of school. Councilman John Courage, along with his District 9 team, are getting involved in several ways. The D9 Office, helped by the dedicated volunteers from the local Church of Latter-Day Saints, purchased more than 250 backpacks filled with school supplies. Seventy-five of these backpacks were donated to Cornerstone Christian Church for their Back to School Bash that took place Monday, August 5.

Harps for Reagan Music Program

Harps for Reagan Music Program

Proposal calls for the purchase of three (3) harps to help establish a permanent harp program in the area middle schools that feed into Reagan High School. Cost estimate provided by Reagan High School's Orchestra Program. 

Speed Feedback Radar on Wilderness Oak

Speed Feedback Radar on Wilderness Oak

Proposal calls for the permanent installation of a radar feedback sign on Wilderness Oak north of Wilderness Oak Elementary school (sign would be visible headed south on Wilderness Oak toward the school). Cost estimate provided by COSA Transportation & Capital Improvements.

Huebner Loop 1604 Intersection

Huebner Loop 1604 Intersection

Proposal calls for dedicated right turn lane on southbound Huebner to provide added, widened capacity for those seeking to turn right onto W. Loop 1604 access road. Project would allow greater rate of cars straight through the intersection (those headed south on Huebner across 1604). Cost estimate provided by COSA Transportation & Capital Improvements.

District 9 Participatory Budget Projects Get Underway

Huebner Loop 1604 Intersection

The second year of the District 9 Participatory Budget voting results are in, and the winning projects have been selected. The Participatory or “People’s” Budget, the first and largest of its kind in San Antonio, allows residents of District 9 to vote on how their tax dollars are allocated within their neighborhoods. After securing one million dollars for district improvements, Councilman Courage wanted to use the money on local projects that were of greatest importance to the district.

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