A message from Artworks Art Studio

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"Yes, it is true, Artworks Art Studio was damaged by the tornado. Actually, major damage was done to the whole complex.The engineers told us today that it will be months before we will be able to enter the complex. As a result, we have a new temporary location.The new space is down the street from the Nacogdoches Rd location. We know the children are going to love it!

150 West Sunset
San Antonio, TX 78209

Opening on 2-22-2017

You can join us for art classes, Spring Break Camp or schedule a birthday party!

We hope you can come by for a visit soon and get messy!"

Thank you, Sarah, Lisa, Jordan, Hank, Aja and Kaitlyn

Alamo Heights News

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The entire Carousel Court Retail Center at Nacogdoches and North New Braunfels is closed for the week.

BurgerFi at Nacogdoches and North New Braunfels will be closed for 6 months for repairs due to Sunday's storms.

A message from the City of Olmos Park

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The Olmos Basin Gates are closed along with the 900 block of E. Contour underneath the railroad bridge due to debris and the condition of the roadways. A notification will be sent out once the gates have been re-opened and roadways have been cleared. Thank you for patience and understanding. 

Severe thunderstorms cause overnight damage in San Antonio

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Approximately two inches of rain was recorded at the San Antonio International Airport between the hours of 10 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 19 and 6 a.m. on Monday, Feb. 20 as severe thunderstorms moved throughout San Antonio. The Office of Emergency Management with the assistance of the San Antonio Fire Department (SAFD) and San Antonio Police Department (SAPD) performed preliminary damage assessments and more than 100 homes appear to have been damaged. This morning, the National Weather Service confirmed a tornado touched down in the area indicated in Figure 1, including portions of the 78216 and 78209 zip codes.

The Transportation & Capital Improvements Department (TCI) and Solid Waste Management Department (SWMD) began street-clearing activities around 3 a.m. These crews, with the assistance of Parks & Recreation Department forestry crews, are removing debris from major streets and front yards of residential properties to provide safe access. Residents are invited to add to debris piles along the edge of the roadway within the affected areas through Friday, March 3 and City crews will return to remove debris throughout the week. Additionally, the Bitters Brush Recycling Center, 1800 Wurzbach Parkway, will be open at no charge to affected residents. Residents can dial 3-1-1 to reportweather-related concerns and other non-emergency service requests.

City damage assessment teams will continue to identify damaged structures and coordinate with the Department of Human Services as needed. The American Red Cross has set up a temporary shelter at Blessed Sacrament School.
There are more than 30 street closures in the area. An updated list of street closures around San Antonio is available at www.sanantonio.gov Visit DriveTexas.org for an up-to-date list of highway closures from the Texas Department of Transportation.
The San Antonio Fire Department reminds San Antonio residents and visitors to "Turn Around, Don't Drown.” A vehicle may stall out in just a few inches of water and a foot or two of water is enough to float a 3,000-pound car. Driving around a barricade when there is water on the road carries a maximum penalty of $2,000 and 180 days in jail, and if a rescue is required, everyone in the vehicle may be charged a fee of $640.

Blood Drive

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Swing by Terrell Hills City Hall today from 1pm - 5pm to donate blood at the Blood Mobile!

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