Palm Heights is a neighborhood located about 10 minutes south of downtown San Antonio. The majority of residents in the community commute by car for work or pleasure.
Area residents can take their pick of many different types of rental housing options in Palm Heights. From the classic mom-and-pop 10-unit complex to luxurious gated communities, this neighborhood has a lot to offer.
Several schools in Palm Heights serve the students there. They include Charles Graebner Elementary, Saint James School, Palm Heights Baptist, Hoelscher Elementary, Brentwood Junior High School and Lowell Academy.
Palm Heights, Collins Garden, Frank Tejeda and Normoyle parks are all within Palm Heights and offer residents a place to go to enjoy walking paths, jungle gyms and fields for recreational activities.
Plenty of chain restaurants offer residents a place to grab a bite to eat throughout the neighborhood, many of which are located close to bus stops that are operated by VIA Metropolitan Transit.
Residents of Palm Heights enjoy the warm and sunny Texas weather in the summer when it reaches an average temperature high of about 86 degrees Fahrenheit. In the winter, the average low temperature is in the mid 50s. Palm Heights sees most of its rainfall in March.