Oxbow Neighborhood Association, San Antonio, Texas

 Bringing Us Together for Better Living


has 1,020 homes that are conveniently located along Babcock Road and west of the scenic Leon Creek Linear Greenway Park at the edge of the Texas Hill Country in San Antonio, Texas. This well-established neighborhood is a short ride from University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) and the Medical Center. Whether you are an Oxbow homeowner or renter, you are welcome to participate with the Oxbow Neighborhood Association (ONA). For more information, select the Who We Are tab

NOTICE: When you have a garage sale, REMOVE YOUR SIGNS when the sale is over.
Otherwise, you will be fined by the city.

C.O.P. Report, March, 2014

  Crime            Date                Time                  Where?

  1. Assault            March 31         1:50 p.m.   6800 block of Arbor Spring
  2. Assault            March 23         4 p.m.         11700 block of Spring Rain
  3. Home break-in   March 21      8 a.m.       11700 block of Spring Song (caught at scene)

  4. Burglary        March 18          5:30 a.m.    11200 block of Spring Rain

  5. Assault           March 18         9 a.m.           Spring Rain (4 males beating someone)

  6. Assault           March 13         11:30 p.m.    11700 block of Spring Club

  7. Theft              March 12         4:09 p.m.      6700 block of Hickory Sprgs

  8. Theft               March 3           3 a.m.           7100 block of Spring Drops

  9. Assault           March 1           8 p.m.            11700 block of Spring Rain

  10. Theft               Feb. 28            9:30 p.m.       7000 block of Spring Forest

  11. Theft               Feb. 28            6:00 p.m.       6600 block of Pebble Sprgs

  12. Assault            Feb. 15            3:45 a.m.       6700 block of Hickory Sprgs

  13. Burglary         Feb. 13            11:30 a.m.      7100 block of Spring Terr.

  14. Assault           Feb. 4              11:00 p.m.      11700 block of Spring Life
C.O.P. Report, February, 2014

On January 17—an attack was reported by a woman on the Ox Bow Park trail at 10 p.m. on a Friday night.  On Jan. 29
 it came out that it was a hoax. San Antonio Police Chief William McManus said the allegation about an attack that took
 place on Jan. 17 on the trails at the Leon Creek Greenway never happened and the woman just made it up. Police Chief
 McManus said, “This simply didn't happen. Crime is actually down in the parks -- way down -- and it’s just 
unfortunate that the city and people who use these parks to go and relax and exercise had to have that concern.”

Police presence has been stepped up in the area. But they encourage anyone walking or jogging in the area to keep 
these crime prevention tips in mind:

  • Be aware of your surroundings and know where you are at all times.
  • Don’t be distracted by your phones, tablets, etc.
  • Don’t wear ear buds in both ears while walking or jogging to music.
  • Avoid walking or running alone.
  • Avoid isolated or deserted areas.
  • Be aware of the potential hazards that exist of walking or jogging when it’s dark.
  • Bright/reflective clothing or mini lights are recommended if it’s early morning or dusk.
  • If you are walking and anything makes you feel uncomfortable, trust your instincts, keep your phone handy and prepare to take action.
Report suspicious or criminal activity to police right away.
[Cellular-on-Patrol (C.O.P.) Coordinator, Kristi Castro]

Membership Drive 
Please consider joining ONA now. Your membership and participation is important to the survival of ONA. Membership dues are:  $15.00 per year for one voting member per household.  $25.00 per year for two voting members per household. Mail check or Money Order made out to Oxbow Neighborhood Association, PO Box 690711, San Antonio TX 78249. For more information, email info@OxbowSA.org. 

Previous News Reports 
Volunteers Needed
Anonymous Donation Funds Oxbow Entrance Mowing 
Vandals Shoot Out Back Windows of SUVs on Spring Rain     


Highlights of Our Website
Who We Are: List of ONA Board Members, Meeting Minutes, Upcoming Meeting dates, membership information, etc. Send request for information to info@oxbowsa.org.
Photo Gallery: Residents submit their favorite photos of life in Oxbow to photos@oxbowsa.org. Review Photographs for further information.
Resources: Find information on Code Enforcement, Active SAFD calls, as well as city and state events. To submit additional resources, send an email to info@OxbowSA.org.
Classified Ads: Do you have something you want to sell? Are you looking for a special item? Submit your ads to Ads@OxbowSA.org. Review Classified Ads for further information.

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