Yes indeed, COVID-19 has also affected work and contact around Fox Run and our Neighborhood Association.  Our FRNA Board met for the 1st time on Saturday, June 6th and will continue our ongoing efforts with city management, as soon has the City of San Antonio (CoSA) opens for business.  The traffic signal at Fox Knoll and Nacogdoches, Stop Signs and “Calming Devices” (Speed Bumps) leading back to Fox Run Elementary, and water abatement problems along Fox Creek and Fox Head will resume our priorities with District 10 and the CoSA.

All FRNA events during March, April, May, and June were cancelled, but we hope to resume our Fall schedule, focusing on our National Night Out (NNO) event on October 6th and community events surrounding the NNO festivities.  Mark your calendar for October 6th and the planning details in the August/September Newsletter.

Finally, I appreciate all the positive comments made regarding our Fox Run signage efforts.  In December we added inexpensive solar-powered units to light s the signs at night, which have worked out well.  The final remaining improvement is to add trim around the base of the Fox Knoll sign and back-fill with rocks at the base.  This entire signage project was done using Fox Run Neighborhood Association dues and volunteer labor.  BTW – anyone willing to assist me in completing the final phase of the Fox Knoll sign, please contact me at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 210-587-1088 (I would appreciate the help).   Again, voluntary dues of $25.00 are needed for projects like these in our neighborhood and greatly appreciated from all residents (home owner and renters alike) in our Fox Run Neighborhood.

Ken Weber, President, Fox Run Neighborhood Association (FRNA)