A NEW VISION FOR SACRED GROUND
The Alamo Master Plan
Developed Cooperatively by Texas General Land Office, City of San Antonio and Alamo Endowment
The Alamo is one of the most important historical sites in the world. With a story more than 300 years old, it’s no wonder that more than one million people come to see it each year. They come to learn about its days as a Spanish mission or to walk the ground Lt. Col. William Barret Travis did before he wrote his “victory or death!” letter. These hallowed grounds have a big story to tell, but after centuries of urban development, that story is often misunderstood. That is about to change.
IT’S TIME TO REIMAGINE THE ALAMO.
The State of Texas General Land Office, the City of San Antonio, and the private Alamo Endowment are teaming up to Reimagine the Alamo by developing a new master plan for the Alamo and surrounding acres.
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Reimagine the Alamo
Alamo Master Plan Presents Key Concepts
The Alamo Management Committee and Alamo master planner Dr. George C. Skarmeas with Preservation Design Partnership, LLC presented the first round of master plan concepts in a B-Session meeting of the San Antonio City Council. The proposed strategies and planning concepts will be developed further over the next several months and a final master plan is expected to be ready in late May of 2017.
We invite you to review the concepts and provide feedback here on the website or email firstname.lastname@example.org.