to other helpful web sites
Scroll down to find links to Promote, Locate, Revitalize, Preserve, and Beautify the OST.
OST100 sincerely thanks the
Bexar County Historical Commission for their generous donation
of funding, and St. Mary's University for opening to the
public the materials of the early 1900s OST Association
placed on this link.
The National Scenic Byways
Program is part of the U.S. Department of Transportation,
Federal Highway Administration. The program is a grass-roots
collaborative effort established to help recognize, preserve
and enhance selected roads throughout the United States.
Byways and National
Scenic Byways Program
Visit one of OST100 strongest partners, Texas Transportation Museum to view their OST100 exhibit case.
May 2007 First Annual
Wildfest to be held on Balcones Heights OST corridor in
northern San Antonio. Field Trip location list will
be helpful to outdoor visitors unable to make
City of San Antonio investment
opportunities along the inner-city OST route.
Inner City San Antonio TIRZ 11
map attachment #2.
views of natural beauty along the OST -- Conservation
easements are an effective means of conserving property
while maintaining private ownership. The terms of the
easement are flexible and each one is unique. They are
written to carry out each landowner's wishes for the future
of his or her property.
Texas Parks &
Wildlife booklet CONSERVATION EASEMENTS A Guide for
one page explaination on Texas Enviornmental
Profiles Conservation Easement page
The city of San Antonios Planning
Department Historic Preservation section is surveying the
36-mile square that was the original city limits.
Preliminary survey results of areas along the Old Spanish
Trail are included in the following sites.
Project for Public Spaces has
ideas for making our OST public spaces into useful,
scenic areas. http://www.pps.org/