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The Trust for Public Land 2019 ParkScore® index
S A N A N TO N I O, T E X A S Level of park need
Very high
High
The Trust for Public Land ParkScore® index analyzes public density of individuals in households with income less than 75% Moderate
access to existing parks and open space. The analysis of city median income (San Antonio less than $35,000), and Park with public access
incorporates a two-step approach: 1) determines where there population density (people per acre). (Might include only partial representation of a park
with public access along the city's border)
are gaps in park availability, and 2) constructs a demographic Other parks and open space
profile to identify gaps with the most urgent need for parkland. The combined level of park need result shown on the large map 10-minute walk (half-mile) service
Park gaps are based on a dynamic 1/2-mile service area (10- combines the three demographic profile results and assigns the area of park with public access
minute walking distance) for all parks. In this analysis, service following weights: Cemetery
areas use the street network to determine walkable distance - University
streets such as highways, freeways, and interstates are 50% = population density (people per acre) Military
Special thanks to the following data providers: San Antonio, Esri, OSM
considered barriers. 25% = density of youth age 19 and younger Industrial Information on this map is provided for purposes of discussion and visualization only.
25% = density of individuals in households with income less Vacant zero population areas Map created by The Trust for Public Land on May 7, 2019. The Trust for Public Land and
Demographic profiles are based on 2018 Forecast block groups than $35,000 City boundary The Trust for Public Land logo are federally registered marks of The Trust for Public Land.
provided by Esri to determine park need for density of youth, County boundary Copyright © 2018 The Trust for Public Land. www.tpl.org
San Antonio, TX
2019 Rank ParkScore

72 41.1
Acreage Investment Amenities Average Access
75 45 30 15
out of 100 points out of 100 points out of 100 points out of 100 points
Basketball Hoops per Dog Parks per Playgrounds per
Park Land Percent Spending per 10,000 Residents 100,000 Residents 10,000 Residents
Median Park Size
of City Area Capita
15 32.5 25 Percent within
out of 100 points out of 100 points out of 100 points 10-minute walk
100 50 45 1.7 0.9 1.7
Recreation/Senior Centers Restrooms per Splashpads per
out of 100 points out of 100 points out of 100 points
per 20,000 Residents 10,000 Residents 100,000 Residents 42%
50 45 10
out of 100 points out of 100 points out of 100 points
11.7 Acres 10.4% $90.45
0.8 1.5 0.3
Each city can earn a maximum of 100 points. Points are awarded for ten statistical measures in four categories: acreage, investment, amenities and access. The final scores in each
category are then averaged to generate each city's ParkScore.
Population Percent Population Percent
Demographic Category Total Served** Served** Not Served Not Served
Total Population 1,455,451 609,560 42% 845,891 58%

Age 19 and Younger 403,434 171,642 43% 231,792 57%

20-64 Years Old 864,789 355,831 41% 508,958 59%

Over 64 Years Old 187,229 82,051 44% 105,178 56%

Households Percent Households Percent


Demographic Category Total Served** Served** Not Served Not Served
Under 75% Median City Income 185,885 89,137 48% 96,748 52%

75%-125% Median City Income 175,120 72,929 42% 102,191 58%

Over 125% Median City Income 166,086 53,451 32% 112,635 68%
Total Population may vary from estimates published **Inside 10-minute walk dynamic park buffer
elsewhere due to differences between city boundaries and 2018 Forecast Census Block Groups
the boundaries of Census Block Groups used in this The Trust for Public Land works with communities to ensure that everyone has parks, gardens, Provided by Esri
analysis, or due to methodology differences in third party
data providers’ forecast demographics. playgrounds, trails, and other natural places within a 10-minute walk from home. Learn more at
www.tpl.org

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