Important San Antonio Phone Numbers and Websites
Moving to a new city (or just down the block) can mean a lot of changes. Who’s the water company? Who’s the power company? Where do I get my license changed? What are my options for cable TV? Does the city pick up my trash or do I have to call someone else? What’s the local newspaper and how do I get it delivered to my home? Here’s a list of handy phone numbers and websites to help answer these questions and more.
Air: The San Antonio area is serviced by San Antonio International Airport, located in north central San Antonio. With over 130 flights daily, twelve carriers provide commuter, domestic, and international service from the airport’s three terminals.
Railroad: Main lines for all rails pass through the city limits and the AMTRAK station is located in the downtown area at 1174 E. Commerce Street. For general information and reservations, call 800-872-7245.
City Buses: VIA Metropolitan Transit provides extensive routes within the city. Call 210-362-2020 for current route and schedule information.
Transportation for the Physically Challenged: VIAtrans provides city bus service for the physically challenged. Call 210-362-5050 to register for this service.
Hunting and Fishing Licenses
Resident hunting license fees are $13.00 and a combination hunting and fishing license is $25.00. A fishing license is $13.00 if purchased separately. Persons under 17 and over 65 do not need fishing licenses, only a driver’s for proof of residency (one must reside in the state 6 months for residency). Persons over 65 and under 17 may obtain an exempt hunting license for only $6.00.
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