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Old 07-09-2015, 09:02 AM
 
Location: San Antonio
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San Antonio
1,436,697

New Braunfels
66,394

Schertz
36,896

Seguin
27,041

Cibolo
25,280

Converse
21,054

Universal City
19,721

Live Oak
15,116

Boerne
12,835

Selma
8,483

Helotes
8,364

Alamo Heights
7,806

Floresville
7,149

Terrell Hills
5,214

Bulverde
4,847

Shavano Park
3,416

Hollywood Park
3,258

Olmos Park
2,361

St. Hedwig
2,289

Hill Country Village
1,050
  • No city in the area lost population
  • Cibolo continues to be the fastest growing by percentage
  • San Antonio continues to be the fastest growing by numerical increase
  • A lot of the incorporated Bexar County is seeing growth

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Old 07-09-2015, 10:09 AM
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  • A lot of the incorporated Bexar County is seeing growth
You mean unincorporated?

That's significant because as these unincorporated places grow in population, they put a strain on county resources. The county doesn't have as much taxing authority as the city, which is why the county judge is an enthusiastic supporter of getting those unincorporated residents annexed ASAP into a city that can tax appropriately and provide the services they seek.
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Old 07-09-2015, 10:38 AM
 
Location: San Antonio
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You mean unincorporated?

That's significant because as these unincorporated places grow in population, they put a strain on county resources. The county doesn't have as much taxing authority as the city, which is why the county judge is an enthusiastic supporter of getting those unincorporated residents annexed ASAP into a city that can tax appropriately and provide the services they seek.
That is what I meant.

Our suburbs do not annex like Dallas suburbs due to the San Antonio annexation policy within the ETJ.

Helotes, Fair Oaks Ranch, China Grove, Converse, Live Oak and St. Hedwig all have to ask to San Antonio is they want to annex
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