River Authority Launches New Blog

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SAN ANTONIO – The San Antonio River Authority (River Authority) announced today that it has launched a blog where the agency will share stories related to its mission of being committed to safe, clean, enjoyable creeks and rivers. The River Authority Blog is hosted on the agency’s website and new content will be posted twice a week. The public can also sign up to receive new post notifications via email.

“We’re excited to launch a new way to engage with our constituents and we hope these stories help forge opportunities for meaningful dialogue with the community regarding the River Authority’s work to inspire actions for healthy creeks and rivers.” said River Authority General Manager Suzanne Scott. “We look forward to sharing inspiring and innovative content that will motivate readers to join us in protecting our creeks and rivers and appreciate this precious resource.”

Readers of the blog will learn about the River Authority parks and trails, flood management, Utilities services, river health, and sustainability efforts as well as education, events, and park programming opportunities. River Authority staff will share their own connections to area creeks and rivers and provide insight into the role they play on a personal and professional level. The blog will also feature ways our constituents can “Be River Proud” by submitting photos and videos via our social media channels.

Follow the River Authority on social media – Facebook, Instagram and Twitter – or visit sariverauthority.org to learn more about The River Authority Blog and the agency’s efforts.

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