Alamo Heights, Texas is a vibrant and beautiful model city located 4.5 miles north of downtown San Antonio. The entire village is surrounded by San Antonio and is adjacent to Terrell Hills and Olmos Park. The city has a total land area of 2.1 square miles and is situated 807 feet above sea level. Alamo Heights enjoys an excellent warm climate all year round with very mild winters but hot summers. The city receives an adequate yearly rainfall of about 32.9 inches.
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The vast majority of residences in Alamo Heights are owned and not rented. This includes several condominiums in addition to traditional detached houses. There are however several of these units for rent in addition to some apartments. The average home value in Alamo Heights is much higher than the norm for San Antonio, a reflection of the higher-than-average income for the area as well. Property values have increased exponentially in the last ten years, even as the population of this incorporated city has barely changed.
The city charter of Alamo Heights provides for a “Council Manager” government form and is actually a home rule municipality. It employs about 109 employees, 28 fire fighters in one fire station, and 22 police officers in 6 patrol units. Alamo Heights also has a number of emergency medical services and animal care services available. The city has an Independent School District called AHISD with campuses such as the Howard ECC, Cambridge Elementary, Woodridge Elementary, AH Junior School, AH High School, and Robbins Academy. The city is also active in promoting regular town festivals and events for its local people and guests.
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