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Excellence in All We Do: City of San Antonio Releases Fiscal Year 2014

Annual Report

SAN ANTONIO, Dec. 9, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — The City of San

Antonio announces the release of its Fiscal Year 2014 Annual Report

entitled, “Excellence in All We Do. #CityofSanAntonio.” It highlights

key initiatives that were implemented and goals that the City reached

during the 2014 fiscal year. These milestones are a direct result of

the drive and commitment of each City of San Antonio employee.

The report’s theme focuses on the City of San Antonio’s four principle

Core Values of Teamwork, Integrity, Innovation and Professionalism.

The City of San Antonio - with its nearly 12,000 employees working to

serve 1.3 million residents - is a major driving force to San

Antonio’s success as a leading city. The Core Values represent the

municipal organization as professional, productive, creative and

ethical.

The report also includes photos, videos, and artwork from City

Calendars in the Communications and Public Affairs Department photo

essay section with a spotlight on City-produced videos: Martin Luther

King, Jr. March; City Manager’s 5K Run/Walk; Cesar Chavez March;

Fiesta Flambeau Parade; Senior Day in the Park; Parks & Recreation

Dance Recital; COSA Spurs Championship River Parade; Letter of Intent

Mie Prefecture and City of San Antonio; Festival People en Español;

Travis Park Culinaria Festival; Síclovía; Tobin Center Grand Opening;

Diwali Festival of Lights; Día de los Muertos; and Luminaria.

As part of the City’s continued sustainability efforts, the FY 2014

Annual Report is an on-line publication and accessible at

https://sanantonio.gov/annualreport.

City on the Rise: San Antonio San Antonio is a city on the rise for

the new face of America-a diverse, progressive and globally

competitive city with a solid vision for national and international

economic development. The City of San Antonio maintains a strong

financial position with a “AAA” general obligation bond rating from

all three major rating agencies. In 2014, Forbes labeled San Antonio

the “Best City in the Southwest” for adults ages 18-34 for its dynamic

economy, employment opportunities and affordable living. As the

seventh-largest city in the United States, San Antonio is experiencing

solid economic growth in 21st century industries such as bioscience,

aerospace, cybersecurity and healthcare, which contribute billions to

the local economy. San Antonio has also positioned itself at the

forefront of the New Energy Economy in the United States, committed to

investing and creating employment opportunities in green industries.

San Antonio continues to experience the addition of missions at its

several military commands, further fostering a significant

relationship spanning more than 200 years. Nearly 30 million visitors

come to San Antonio every year, generating more than $12 billion

annually and making the travel industry a vital asset to the city’s

economic health. For more information, visit www.sanantonio.gov .

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