Westside Development Corporation
is now Prosper West!
Check out our new website under development at www.ProsperWestSA.org

COVID -19 Programs

Small Business Task Force

Coalition designed to direct and assist local businesses impacted by COVID-19

Access to Capital for Westside

Forgivable loans up to $5,000 for businesses impacted by COVID-19

#SmallBizBingoSA Initiative

Encourages the support of small businesses while practicing social distancing

Open Signs Campaign

FREE 24”x 36” ‘Open for Business!’ signs to westside businesses


La Musica de San Anto Mural Restoration 

This cultural and iconic Westside gateway is undergoing a restoration, led by David Blancas

Big Sun Community Solar Equity Initiative

Provides low-to-moderate income residents an affordable path to solar panel ownership and reducing costs

Westside Education and Training Center (WETC)

Secured and increased bond funding from $12 million to $24 million for a new state-of-the-art WETC campus

La Printeria

Provides education and training for at-risk youth in the fine art print making

WDC Gala

San Antonio’s number one outdoor gala recognizes Westside community leaders

Basila Frocks

Real estate development investment of historic the Basila Frocks building


Westside Business Alliance (WBA)

We know that small businesses are essential to building robust communities and serve as cornerstones of a region’s cultural and economic fabric. Through a new initiative, the WDC will connect owners along target corridors in the Westside to create advocacy networks. These networks will empower owners to promote projects that positively impact their businesses and the larger communities.

WBA keeps the 750+ Westside businesses informed about development changes in the area to preserve and help them grow

Legacy Corridor Initiative

In partnership with City of San Antonio Council District 5, the WDC seeks to preserve our Westside Legacy Businesses by making them more resilient and thereby strengthening the overall economy.
Legacy Businesses are those that have been in businesses for 10 years or longer and serve a community function that goes above and beyond the simple sale of goods and services, they serve to support local culture and stability.

Near Westside Opportunity Zones

The City of San Antonio Economic Development Department (EDD) and the Westside Development Corporation (WDC) worked with Wendell Davis & Associates to develop the Near Westside Opportunity Zones Investment and Neighborhood Preservation Plan for census tracts 1701.02, 1106 and 1105. This encourages long-term investments in low-income, high-poverty communities through tax incentives.

westside news

Keep in touch