Improved Safety for Visitors — Curb Grading in front of Church to Begin 10/7

The Alamo

Starting Monday, October 7, construction efforts will begin to eliminate the curbs currently in front of the Church, where the former road once ran. We will grade, or slope, to the lower elevation from the sidewalks to promote accessibility and reduce tripping hazards as guests and visitors walk through that area. Both curbs in front of the Alamo will be fenced off simultaneously in order to complete the curb grading as quickly as possible.

It remains our intent to continue to provide updates as soon as possible to the community prior to the start of construction. As we continue to take the community’s concerns into account, this project has been expedited with the intent for completion prior to Thanksgiving.

As always, the Alamo remains open for business during this time.

Save The Alamo

The Alamo defines Texas. There is no greater honor than to reinforce this place and tell its story. Its story is the story of Texas. There is one name above others that echoes around the world, speaking courage and liberty to all who hear it — and that name is the Alamo.

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    Site of the 1836 Battle of the Alamo and Shrine to Texas Liberty www.thealamo.org

    Save The Alamo

    The Alamo defines Texas. There is no greater honor than to reinforce this place and tell its story. Its story is the story of Texas. There is one name above others that echoes around the world, speaking courage and liberty to all who hear it — and that name is the Alamo.

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