About the Creeks
The project includes approximately 14 miles of Alazán, Apache, Martínez, and San Pedro Creeks, primarily located in the city's urban core. For a better understanding of the project limits, please see the Project Area Map.
The project includes:
The Westside Creeks Restoration Project is specifically focused on portions of the four Westside Creeks which are tributaries to the San Antonio River and were previously channelized as part of the San Antonio Channel Improvements federal flood control project in 1954. The targeted portions include the San Pedro Creek from the confluence at the San Antonio River to W. Quincy; Apache Creek from the confluence with San Pedro Creek to General McMullen, Alazán Creek from the confluence with Apache Creek to Tobin Drive; and Martínez Creek from the confluence with Alazán Creek to Hildebrand Avenue.
Click on an icon module below to learn more about each individual creek, or use the navigational menu located to the left.