San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro was recently at Woodlawn Park shooting hoops, tossing footballs and jumping rope, all in the name of health and wellness. The fit and trim Castro is on a mission to transform the Alamo City to Fit City. Mayor Castro recorded video messages from the park, encouraging residents to enjoy city parks, get active, and join the FitCitySA Fitness Challenge. The FitCitySA Fitness Challenge, coordinated by the Mayor's Fitness Council, is the latest in a series of initiatives designed to steer San Antonians on the road to better health.
Encouraging San Antonians to get up, get out and get moving, the city’s first Síclovía is set to inspire active family outings and change the city’s image from Fat City to Fit City.
“I am confident we will have a great turnout. Fitness is key in San Antonio, and opening up the streets and public property to allow residents to take advantage and have fun is a great way to improve their health.” – San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro
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- July 2014 - Community First, YMCA announce Million Pound Challenge mobile app contest
- May 2014 - Local Employers Recognized for Worskite Wellness Efforts
- March 2014 - Mayor's Fitness Council Searches for San Antonio's Healthy Heroes
- February 2014 - San Antonio Business Group On Health kicks off Healthy Workplace Recognition Program
- July 2013 - Mayor’s Fitness Council Recognizes 2013 Healthy Heroes
- May 2013 - Local Employers Recognized for Worksite Wellness Efforts
- April 2013- Area Youth Invited to Apply for Mayor’s Fitness Council Student Ambassador Program
- March 2013 - 3rd Annual Main Plaza Farmers’ Market Kick Off Celebration
- February 2013 - San Antonio Business Group on Health accepting applications for Workplace Recognition
- December 2012 - Mattox Park Playground Build
- September 2012 - Mayor's Fitness Council Announces 2012-13 Student Ambassadors
- August 2012 - San Antonio Walks!