A Note From The City of Alamo Heights

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AH 2017 Street Maintenance Program will begin on Monday, July 31st.  The City has contracted with Clark Construction to complete this project.

Project work schedule for July 31st to August 11th

July 31 – Imlay - Mill and Pave; Arbutus - Mill and Pave; Columbine - Full Depth Repair and Pave
Aug 1: Ogden - Pave; Imlay, Arbutus, Columbine - Pave
Aug 2: Ogden - Pave; Abiso - Mill
Aug 3: Abiso - Pave
Aug 4: Pave above intersections
Aug 7: Elmview - Mill; Chichester - Mill
Aug 8: Elmview - Pave; Chichester - Pave
Aug 9: Tuxedo - Spot Repairs
 
*Streets will be closed to thru traffic, but open to residents. As work is being completed, do not park in the street. It is important to keep roadway dry during this process so please be mindful of sprinkler overspray into the roadway.

 
During repairs, the contractor will make every effort to direct and accommodate access to your property. All roads will be open after regular business hours and during the weekends.

Contact Jonathan Rodriguez, AH PW Superintendent, at 210-832-2252 or contact Public Works at 210-882-1518 for questions.

A note from AHISD: Residency Round-Up

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Parents/Guardians,

We hope you are having a great summer! We would like to provide an opportunity for you to expedite registration this year – an idea recommended by parents. As you know, all families are required annually to present proof of residency in order to attend Alamo Heights ISD schools. As we prepare for the beginning of the new school year, we would like to implement a new, easier process for submitting proof of residency. Stop by and show your proof of residency for all of your children at only one location (read more).

 

Water Restrictions

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Stage 1 Water Restrictions will go into effect on Friday, July 14, 2017.

Watering (using automatic or manual irrigation systems) is permitted only once a week before 10 a.m. and after 8 p.m. The last number of your address determines what day you are able to water.

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You may use drip irrigation, soaker hose or hand-held hose during any day at any time.

Wasting water is prohibited at all times. Do not allow water to run off into the street, drain or ditch. Repair all leaks.
Do not use water to wash an impervious outdoor ground covering such as a parking lot, driveway, street or sidewalk, unless for health or safety reasons.
Restaurants and other eating establishments are prohibited from serving water to customers except upon request of the customer.
At least 25% of all non-public swimming pools’ surface area must be covered with evaporation screens when not being utilized. Inflatable pool toys or floating devices may be used.

Washing of vehicles or other equipment at a residence is only allowed during their designated watering day. Water is not allowed to run into the street.
Charity car washes are prohibited except at commercial car wash that recycles at least 75% of the water it uses or that is certified as a conservation car wash.
Ornamental outdoor fountains are not to be utilized unless the water is recycled and the only additional water used is to compensate for loss due to evaporation.

If you have any questions or concerns please contact the Public Works Department at (210) 882-1518.

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