SAWS Announces Stage 1 Drought Restrictions, Effective May 21, 2018

(May 23, 2018) – The City of San Antonio is now in Stage I Drought Restrictions according to the San Antonio Water System (SAWS). Stage 1 of the city’s drought plan goes in effect when the 10-day average of the Edwards Aquifer at the J-17 monitoring well drops to 660 feet or below.In support of […]

Bike Repair Workshops

The UTSAPD and UTSA Outdoor Pursuits will again join together to teach and assist students, staff and faculty in basic bike repair. We welcome everyone to bring a bike and a friend to our upcoming events. Or just stop by and learn. Watch the Paisano’s video on Bicycle Repair. Watch the Paisano’s video on How to Properly […]

Energy conservation efforts save UTSA $3.1 million over 10 years

New Boiler at the North Thermal Energy Plant (March 30, 2018) — By implementing a series of energy conservation practices, UTSA has kept total energy consumption stable between 2008 and 2017, saving more than $3.1 million despite an increasing student population and growing campus infrastructure. In 2017, the university consumed an estimated 651,832 million British […]

Basura Bash 2018

Basura Bash: Nearly 90 students, staff, and faculty participated in campus area clean-ups of creek-beds, clearing the path for rain run-offs this spring. The event was held on Saturday, Feb 18, the day of the 23rd annual city-wide Basura Bash. At the smaller Maverick Creek site, 24 volunteers collected a ton of trash and 27 […]