The public draft of the Highway 151 and Loop 1604 Area Regional Center Plan is available for review and comment. Comments are due by November 7, 2021. Please submit comments directly through the website by filling out the form at the bottom of the webpage, or by emailing Sarah Serpas, Project Manager for the Highway 151 and Loop 1604 Area Regional Center Plan at Sarah.Serpas@sanantonio.gov.

To read a PDF of the draft plan, click here.

The Plan can also be viewed by clicking on the "Plan Framework and Implementation Priorities" pull-down menu at the top of the page.

Highway 151 Area Regional Center

Explore the tabs below to learn more about the assets, challenges and opportunities in the Highway 151 and Loop 1604 Regional Center Area and to view our study area map.

The map below shows the Highway 151 and Loop 1604 Regional Center Regional Center Area in relationship to San Antonio. The area is highlighted in black.

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The map below shows the Highway 151 and Loop 1604 Regional Center Regional Center Area Plan boundary and the connectivity throughout the area and beyond.

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Sub-Area Plans

Sub-Area Plans are intended to provide a more coordinated, efficient and effective structure for neighborhood planning. Existing and future neighborhood planning will be integrated into the planning for regional centers and community planning areas. Neighborhoods will become integral sub-geographies of these sub-areas while also receiving special attention through chapters and/or sections in each Sub-Area plan, reflecting specific opportunities, challenges, recommendations and priorities from each participating neighborhood. Neighborhood and community plans should be respected, as appropriate, as they are integrated into the sub-area plans.

Comprehensive Plan Regional Centers

Regional centers are one of the major building blocks of San Antonio’s city form and are a major component of the Comprehensive Plan and the overall SA Tomorrow effort.

While most cities have one or two larger employment centers, we have 13. This provides challenges and opportunities. A major organizing element for the Comprehensive Plan is to focus growth in these regional centers, building on the existing pattern of development. They’re envisioned as new “places” where we live, work, and play.

New development is already gravitating to these centers and we can guide additional growth in these areas. Each center is different and its development will be influenced by its existing uses. However, many of the centers are also well-positioned to develop as vibrant mixed-use places. They offer a variety of housing options and price ranges, allow higher-density and incorporate carefully designed and located amenities that will benefit both residents and employees of the center. Each center’s character can attract a different mix of businesses and employees. Therefore, San Antonio must focus its investment and infrastructure strategies on supporting and leveraging the unique identity and assets of each center.

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