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Mon, Nov 07


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San Antonio's Path to a Deconstruction Ordinance

In September 2022, San Antonio became the latest US city to adopt a deconstruction ordinance. Hear from Stephanie Phillips, one of the key supporters, how the policy addresses affordable housing, workforce development, climate action and public health.

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San Antonio's Path to a Deconstruction Ordinance
San Antonio's Path to a Deconstruction Ordinance

Time & Location

Nov 07, 2022, 5:30 PM – 6:30 PM EST

Zoom Webinar

About the event

Presentation Description

On September 8, 2022, San Antonio became the largest city in the US to adopt a deconstruction

ordinance, and the first major city to develop one administered by a Historic Preservation office. This

presentation will highlight how aligning stakeholders in climate action, affordable housing, historic

preservation, real estate and development, innovation, workforce training, and public health can affect

transformative, place-based policy change.

Meet Stephanie Phillips

Stephanie Phillips, AICP, is the Deconstruction and Circular Economy Program Manager for the City of

San Antonio Office of Historic Preservation. The program aims to maximize material salvage and reuse

opportunities from older structures while advancing the City’s climate action, affordable housing, and

workforce development goals - all through a heritage conservation lens. Stephanie is a Build Reuse

Board member and serves as the Waste and Consumption Issue Lead for the Climate Heritage Network.

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