About Alamo Heights, TX
Located in Bexar County, approximately five miles north of the city of San Antonio, Alamo Heights has a population of just over 7,000. The land area is just over 2 square miles. Alamo Heights (along with Olmos Park and Terrell Hills) is an incorporated city.
The History of Alamo Heights
Alamo Heights was founded just before the turn of the 20th century, in the 1890s. It finally became a formal municipality in 1922. The area continued to be annexed until 1944, at which time the current boundaries were determined. Alamo Heights has long been considered a residential area.
Alamo Heights' Climate
Like much of Texas, Alamo Heights has a year-round climate that is fairly warm. The summers are very warm (lows of around the 90s) and the winters typically get down to around 60 degrees Fahrenheit.
Wildlife Control in Alamo Heights
Raccoons, rodents, squirrels, and more—running around in the attic, nesting in the walls, leaving droppings along the baseboards, and ruining insulation—they're undeniably a nuisance in the Alamo Heights area. Contact our team at 210.742.8430 or reach us online for more information on how we can help get rid of wildlife in your home and restore it to its pre-wildlife condition!