As we expected, the San Antonio City Council voted to put the annexation of our area up for a vote.

The election will take place on Tuesday, November 6, 2018.

We have the option to vote yes on annexation or NO on annexation.  A yes vote means you will become part of the City, your property taxes will go up by 23% and be subject to ALL City regulations.  A NO vote means we will not become part of the City and not subject to taxation without representation.

When we vote NO on annexation, The Texas Annexation Right to Vote Act did include provisions in section 43.0117 for the City “to adopt and enforce an ordinance regulating the land use in the area in the manner recommended by the most recent joint land use study.”

At this time, nobody can tell us what this means.  However, I will personally be taking the lead on figuring out what the impact of this provision is to our community and communicate that in the coming month.  In the meantime, we will focus on getting the word out for the November 6th NO annexation vote!

We worked hard to pass the Texas Annexation Right to Vote Act.  Now we have to get out and vote NO on annexation!  What should you do today?

Click this map to see the area in GREEN to see who is subject to this vote.

We will need donations for flyers, signs, t-shirts and mailers.  There will also be lots of opportunities for block walkers.

Make sure your neighbors know to vote NO on annexation.  If you have friends and family in the proposed annexation area, make sure they get signed up at for updates.

The efforts of Homeowners Against Annexation, the community and YOU are the key to stopping annexation!

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Click here to donate so we can challenge the $250,000 the City of San Antonio will spend on this election!

Michael “Mike” P. Stewart

President, Homeowners Against Annexation