Located in south-central Texas, San Antonio fuses Mexican, Texan, and American cultures. Historic Spanish missions and colonial River Walk architecture reveal its New Spain roots. World-class museums, renowned symphonies, and vibrant performing arts speak to its modern cosmopolitanism. With a robust economy and affordable living, the city offers opportunity. Its natural beauty shines through at the San Antonio Missions and Salado Creek Greenway. San Antonio’s one-of-a-kind cultural fusion comes alive through its warm community, iconic cuisine, and lively entertainment.
While San Antonio falls in the EPA’s lowest radon zone, its residents are still at risk for exposure. Radon levels vary not only from state to state or city to city but even between houses. Furthermore, while the average level of radon found in homes in Radon Zone 3 are below the EPA’s 4 pCi/L action level, no amount of indoor radon is safe. As such, it is crucial that residents and business owners take necessary steps to protect their family, customers, and staff from the risk of radon exposure.