May 20, 2023    9:00am-2:00pm

Terrell Heights Neighborhood Yard Sale

Join us for the 25th Annual Terrell Heights Neighborhood Yard Sale on May 20th. Runs from 9am – 2pm. Las Nieves will be serving mangonadas and other cool treats at 1pm at the Community Garden. It’s going to be hot, so come enjoy some amazing refreshments!


Join us at Scates Park on April 6 at 11AM for Spring Fest

Learn About What's Happening

Learn about all of the exciting things happening in the Terrell Heights community!





Let's meet up!

The THNA has regularly scheduled events throughout the neighborhood nearly every month. Connect with your fellow neighbors and have some fun in Terrell Heights!

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Get involved

The THNA is made up of your fellow neighbors and businesses in Terrell Heights that want to promote the neighborhood and community. If you'd be interested in becoming a member, check us out!

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Connect with what drives you

There are many opportunities to become involved with the Terrell Heights Neighborhood Association. Have a look at some of the exciting projects that could use your help!

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Read all about us

We love our neighborhood and we share our experiences in Terrell Heights here. Have a read and feel free to contribute if you live in the neighborhood.

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Real, sustainable community change requires the initiative and engagement of community members

- Helene D. Gayle

Terrell Heights is a perfectly situated neighborhood, with mature trees and a small park, which give it an established and peaceful feel. It was once essentially suburban, some sixty-plus years ago. But today, as San Antonio is now one of the fastest growing and most exciting cities in America, Terrell Heights is an in-town oasis.
Located in northeast San Antonio, Terrell Heights is surrounded by the most desirable neighborhoods in the city including: Northwood, Oak Park, Alamo Heights and Terrell Hills. To the west, nearby destination shopping and dining in Alamo Heights, Lincoln Heights and the Quarry is sought out by people from across the city. Also noteworthy, the entire area is anchored by one of the best public school districts in the country.
The McNay Art Museum at the southwest corner of Terrell Heights is the first modern art museum in Texas, which opened in 1954. Visitors enjoy works by modern masters including Gaugin, Van Gogh, O’Keeffe, Picasso, Pollack, and Renoir.
Just south of Terrell Heights, improvements are happening along Austin Highway after years of neglect turned this once-famed corridor into a trouble-spot. Today, new retail and residential developments are continuing to unfold, allowing the character of the street to shape up at a quick pace. The design standards put in place for new construction along Austin Highway are thanks in great part to the Terrell Heights Neighborhood Association, whose leaders were instrumental in drafting the Overlay Design District Ordinance.