Alta Vista Neighborhood Association

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The Alta Vista and Beacon Hill neighborhoods are two of several unique older neighborhoods that evolved during San Antonio's first and greatest expansion, which began in the 1850s and continued with few interruptions until the Great Depression of the 1930s.

These neighborhoods grew around the San Antonio Street Railway Trolley lines that originally provided access to historic San Pedro Springs Park. Read More...

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New to Area

Hi. My family and myself moved in to the area in July. We enjoy the area, haven't had any real issues. We just had our real first Halloween. Loved it. We have worked on the front yard trying to make... more
Started: November 3rd 2013Replies: 0

Yoga Studio in Alta Vista

Hello,   Myself and Sharon have just located our Yoga studio here in the Alta Vista neighborhood at the Hausman Millwerks complex. We are Total Harmony Yoga and we look forward in playing a vital... more
Started: December 5th 2012Replies: 0

Quiet Zone

I am new in the neighborhood and was told by the seller of our home that the trains were not a problem.  Wrong.  As you know they come by frequently and sound the horn at every... more
Started: September 13th 2010Replies: 2

Alta Vista Neighborhood Association Real Estate and Home Values

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FHA Loan Requirements Are Changing
Fha FHA reform is changing the rules for securing an FHA-insured mortgage loan, but FHA loans still provide the best opportunity for those who don’t meet the requirements of a traditional home loan. By now...

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Keeping Your HOA Safe
Safetysm Take these simple steps to help keep your homeowners association community safe and secure. You know the saying: the best defense is a good offense. The same applies to the safety and security of your...
How to Obtain a Zoning Permit
Zoning Are you planning on building in your local area? What about remodeling your home or business? If you are planning to do either of these things, make sure you know everything about zoning permits before you do. ...
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