The Downtown neighborhood represents the heart of the city’s historic area. The Tom Green County Courthouse and City Hall are located here, as is Shannon Medical Center. Important streets include Koenigheim Street, situated northbound and transitioning to North Bryant Boulevard; and Abe Street, which runs southbound and transitions into South Bryant Boulevard. Chadbourne Street is one of the oldest north and south arterials, providing downtown connectivity to the neighborhoods north of the Houston Harte Expressway, and south across the Concho River, which bounds downtown to the south and west. The Concho Valley Transit District's Multi-Modal Facility is located in north central downtown. Santa Fe Park, which celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2013, offers a public golf course and walking trails. West Concho Avenue is a main commercial thoroughfare just north and parallel to the river. South Oakes Street is the location of many street festivals, including the annual San Angelo Blues Festival.
- Downtown neighborhood at a glance
- Pending land use cases in the area
- Z15-04 Shannon Downtown Medical Campus Planned Development Amendment
- Shannon Downtown Medical Campus Right of Way Alley Abandonment
Current major development projects and capital improvement projects