COVID-19 has put tremendous pressures on everyone including landlords and tenants. With orders from the federal, state and local governments impacting property owners and renters, it can be a challenge to know what to expect as well as the resources available. Read more
May 19, 2020 — Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff and San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg issued Executive Orders yesterday evening. These additional measures will take effect as of 12:01 a.m. on May 19 and continue through June 4, 2020, unless extended, modified, or terminated early by the County Judge or by City Council. Read more
As restrictions are lifting, SABOR is looking at our own operations and what a transition back to the building will look like. SABOR’s priority will continue to be the health and safety of our members and staff, and this will be an important part of every decision made. At this time, SABOR is planning to have the staff transition back to the building over the next four weeks. There will not be an interruption in services to you. Having staff in the office is only to help SABOR increase our capacity for the phone calls and member inquiries the staff can assist with. Read more
On May 18, Gov. Abbott announced his next wave of reopenings designed to restart the Texas economy during the coronavirus pandemic, saying child care facilities can reopen immediately and bars can open Friday (May 22) with 25% occupancy limits. Abbott also said he would permit restaurants to operate at 50% capacity starting Friday (May 22), up from 25% that’s allowed now.
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On Tuesday, May 5th, Governor Greg Abbott announced that barbershops, nail parlors, hair salons, and tanning businesses can reopen at 25 percent capacity on Friday, May 8. Read more
The City of San Antonio is accepting applications for qualified tenants and homeowners in need of financial assistance through the Emergency Housing Assistance Program. Read more
Bexar County and San Antonio have extended their “Stay Home, Work Safe” orders and are in effect through May 19. Read more