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Resilience Hubs


Resilience hubs are safe, accessible, and equitable facilities where residents can obtain information and resources in times of need. Resilience hubs can be located at any trusted and recognizable location including community centers, senior centers, and libraries. Resilience hubs serve communities everyday, during an emergency, and after a disaster. Hubs can have:

  • Access to basic needs / supplies
  • Heating or cooling centers
  • Shelter from severe weather
  • Access to power & device charging
  • Community meeting location
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Resource distribution during emergencies

Below are the four facilities the City of San Antonio is recommending become pilot resilience hubs. These sites were selected based on facility amenities and location.

  • Garza Community Center (1450 Mira Vista, San Antonio, TX 78228)
  • Normoyle Senior Center (700 Culberson Avenue, San Antonio, TX 78225)
  • Northeast Senior Center (4135 Thousand Oaks Drive, San Antonio, TX 78217)
  • Southside Lions Senior Center (3303 Pecan Valley Drive, San Antonio, TX 78210)

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