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Bexar County leaders provide updates on roads, power and more amid winter storm

A truck drives past a highway sign Monday, Feb. 15, 2021, in Houston. A frigid blast of winter weather across the U.S. plunged Texas into an unusually icy emergency Monday that knocked out power to more than 2 million people and shut down grocery stores and dangerously snowy roads. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)

SAN ANTONIO – Bexar County officials have provided the following updates related to roads, power, shelter and closures in the area.

See below for a comprehensive list of changes that are affecting the area.

Road situation:

Our Public Works Department (PW) continues to monitor the condition of County-maintained roadways and bridges. All PW crews are on a 24-hour rotational schedule to ensure traffic safety. Our supply of de-icing materials and chat rock is adequate. 144 tons of chat rock have been spread. Most County-maintained roads are fairly passable, with the exception of patches of roadway that are or were shaded. Roads with patches of ice are very dangerous and drivers need to use extreme caution should they have a need to be out and about. Our crews will continue to monitor and treat while this weather situation lasts.

Power curtailment:

In order to assist with the load reduction on the electrical grid, Bexar County has reduced its use of power where feasible. Enacting a load curtailment agreement with CPS, Bexar County has powered down facilities that serve a purely administrative need. Other facilities have been switched to backup power. Certain critical infrastructure continues to draw power from the grid, but is equipped to react to possible outages with their own backup generator power.



Bexar County is working with its elected officials and agency partners to identify and secure shelter for the homeless and those in critical need. Funds have been made available for the ongoing emergency situation.


Bexar County facilities will be closed tomorrow, Wednesday, February 17, 2021, due to the ongoing inclement weather. Emergency and essential infrastructure services personnel will report as usual to their assigned work locations. Bexar County parks will remain closed on Wednesday as well.

Additionally, due to the ongoing dangerous weather conditions, all Bexar County Court proceedings are canceled for Wednesday, February 17, 2021. There will always be a Magistrate on duty.


We are asking all citizens to conserve power where they can and assist in maintaining the integrity of our power supply. Stay home unless you absolutely have to venture out. For safety and preparedness tips, please go to our Office for Emergency Management website.


Stay Informed

As always, Your Weather Authority team will keep you updated. You can get the very latest forecast anytime by bookmarking our weather page and downloading the KSAT Weather Authority App - available for both Apple and Android devices.

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  • TxDOT: Highways remain closed in San Antonio as crews prepare roads for freezing rain on Tuesday night

  • CPS Energy: Most customers subject to rotating outages as winter weather continues

  • Crews restoring power, but outages likely to persist, ERCOT says

  • Check current road conditions, closures in San Antonio area

  • ‘No one to speak to’: CPS Energy customers frustrated, concerned for vulnerable community members amid rotating outages

  • MAP: Current power outages in Bexar County

  • Officials: 2 dead in Texas as subfreezing cold sweeps US

  • Flights out of San Antonio airport canceled Tuesday due to winter weather conditions

  • These San Antonio-area schools, daycares, colleges announce changes, closures due to wintry weather

  • These San Antonio-area businesses have announced closures, delays due to inclement weather

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Bexar County on the map of Texas 2021. Cities, roads, borders and directions in Bexar County of Texas.

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Bexar County is one of the most populated counties in Texas with almost 2 million inhabitants. The county seat is San Antonio, one of the largest cities in Texas. The County's total area is about 1,200 square miles. This map shows the borders of Bexar County as well as neighboring counties, including major highways and natural objecsts as of 2021. Zoom in or out of the map using the plus/minus panel. Move the center of this map by dragging it.

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Bexar County Traffic and Road Conditions

Q) How often is the map updated?

A) The traffic flow is updated at loadtime and upon movement outside the initial map view, or upon refresh of the page. Any incident markers are checked for updates approximately every 5-10 minutes, but you need to reload the page to load any new updates; the data provided may still be the same status/view as before. Information shown is as only reliable as how it is reported to us.

Q) The roads are backed up or closed, but the map does not show the reason why, what's the deal?

A) Municipal traffic monitors or GPS trackers may not be available, could be offline, or reports and alerts are not syndicated to media outside of the area to use on the map. This is especially true for rural areas. You are encouraged to leave a road conditions report to help others.

Q) I see traffic alerts in the box below for the state, but they aren't related to the area I'm in?

A) We attempt to display alerts as specific to the area as possible, however in some cases the data we receive will only allow us to provide it by county or even statewide.

Q) Are you an official source of traffic information?

A) We are not an official source of traffic or real-time data. We have contracts and licenses to display certain up-to-date information that comes direct from some DOTs in various states, and the traffic flow on the maps is provided by Google or MapQuest. However, the data shown here should only be used for light informational and reference purposes and not to make critical decisions. Your safest option on the web is to use your state-run traffic website, or to call the DOT traffic line for your state, local authorities, or the state's 511 number if available.

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Bexar County Public Works

Our Mission
The mission of the Public Works Department is to preserve all County resources by providing efficient, cost-effective services which ensure the safety, health, and welfare of our customers and improve quality of life.

The Vision

The vision of the Public Works Department is as the leader in developing and maintaining county roads, bridges, vehicles, and equipment. The Public Works Department strives to ensure environmental compliance, good working relationships, and high standards of professional management for Bexar County. The management and staff of the department act as facilitators in achieving a balance between diverse priorities and finite resources by providing the public and other County offices thorough analysis, expert advice, prompt and reliable services, and open, honest communications related to the responsible allocation and utilization of personnel and resources.

We are responsible for developing and maintaining the following County areas:

  • Bridges
  • Equipment
  • Roads, and
  • County Vehicles

Please don't hesitate to contact us for any information! Many answers to your questions can be found in our FAQ section.


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About Us

Engineering Design & Capital Projects

Engineering Design & Capital Projects is responsible for assisting the County Engineer and the other sections within the Public Works Division with design, construction, surveying, floodplain, maintenance, and land development issues. This section supervises and assists with the design preparation for capital improvement and in-house projects, along with conducting field investigations to evaluate construction/design problems and recommends solutions. They provide project management services for the design and construction of roads and bridges located within Bexar County. Their responsibility is to provide project development, plan review, right-of-way acquisition, community involvement, utility coordination, and construction inspection services for roadway reconstruction projects.

Traffic Engineering

The Traffic Engineering Office works under the direction of the Bexar County Engineer. This office is primarily responsible for conducting traffic engineering studies to establish speed limits, establish school speed zones, and determine if yield, multi-way stops, traffic signals, railroad crossings controls, warning signs, and markings are indicated. Other traffic engineering responsibilities include preparation of traffic control plans for road construction, restoration, and maintenance operations; temporary/ permanent street closures and right-of-way issues; review of permit requests and permits for trench, street cut, median crossover, and driveway construction; and other related tasks as assigned.

Traffic Engineering Standards 

The Traffic Engineering Office follows the standards of the Texas Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Device, American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials, and the City of San Antonio.

Traffic Control Devices 

Bexar County Traffic Engineering Office follows the standards contained in the Texas Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (TMUTCD). The TMUTCD is incorporated by State Transportation Code 544.01 and is recognized as the Texas standard for all traffic control devices installed on any street, highway, or bicycle trail open to the public travel. The TMUTCD contains standards for a uniform system of traffic control devices in accordance with provisions contained in a Minute Order passed by the Texas Transportation Commission on February 23, 2006.

Crime Prevention Programs

Neighborhood crime prevention programs are supported by the Bexar County Sheriff's Office.  Visit the BCSO Crime Prevention Programs page for more information on Neighborhood Watch and Cellular on Patrol (COP).

Bexar County commissioners to vote Tuesday on fate of road projects

I-10 East from I-410 to the Bexar/Guadalupe County Line


Traffic Benefits

The improvements along this section of I-10 will enhance safety and mobility and reduce congestion by:

  • Increasing capacity to meet the growing traffic demand
  • Upgrading the freeway facility to current federal and TxDOT safety and design standards
  • Addressing deteriorating pavement conditions due to heavy traffic use and poor soils in the area
  • Reducing potential conflicts between frontage road vehicles and those entering and exiting the mainlanes
  • Providing turnarounds to assist with local access following conversion of frontage roads to one-way operation
  • Improving intersection operations

Construction Impacts on Traffic

Throughout construction of these improvements, drivers will experience temporary traffic shifts and overnight lane closures on the mainlanes and frontage roads in both directions, as well as temporary daytime and overnight ramp closures. TxDOT will do everything possible to keep two mainlanes open in each direction during peak travel times.

Daytime work is anticipated to take place Mondays through Saturdays, while nighttime work and any necessary lane closures are anticipated to take place between 9 p.m. and 5 a.m., Sunday evenings through Friday mornings. Occasional weekend (Saturday and Sunday) closures for major traffic shifts or bridge construction operations may take place. At times, traffic may be detoured to frontage roads.

Traffic and Construction Updates

The latest information on lane closures, traffic shifts, and overall progress of the projects under construction is provided through:

  • Local news media outlets
  • The San Antonio District’s Go Ahead! blog, Twitter feed, and Facebook page
  • Permanent and temporary digital message signs stationed along the project corridor alerting drivers in real time to lane closures, traffic congestion, and construction activities

Previous Public Involvement Activities

TxDOT strives to communicate with the public proactively and effectively throughout the project development phase before construction. This includes providing information and gathering feedback on mobility and safety issues that could impact the public by making transportation improvements.

Public involvement activities on the I-10 East corridor include:


For more information concerning these projects, contact the TxDOT San Antonio District Public Information Office at:

TxDOT Public Information Officer
4615 NW Loop 410
San Antonio, TX, 78229-0928

(210) 615-5932



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