A Rising Southside

“As your county commissioner, I’m working hard to expand opportunities for Southside families. We’re addressing urgent transportation and infrastructure needs, bringing new jobs to the community, standing strong for public safety, helping youth overcome barriers, and serving the needs of seniors and veterans.”

—Sergio “Chico” Rodriguez
Sergio "Chico" Rodriguez

Early Voting

July 6-10, 2020


Election Day

Tuesday, July 14, 2020

Chico Gets Results!

Commissioner Rodriguez delivers for the Southside. He works every day for you and your family. As your county commissioner, he has lowered property taxes, brought new businesses and jobs to the Southside, supported our seniors and veterans, and invested in our parks, streets and public safety.

Sergio "Chico" Staying True To His Roots And Getting Results

Bexar County Commissioner, Sergio “Chico” Rodriguez is a former Bexar County Sheriff’s Officer and worked for CPS Energy for 23 years before being elected to office in November 2004. He was sworn in on January 1, 2005. He was re-elected to a fourth term in 2016.

As County Commissioner, he serves on several boards and commissions whose work benefits the residents of South Bexar County:

  • The Industrial Development Corporation, where he serves as President of the Board
  • The Housing Finance Corporation, where he is Vice President
  • The Committee of Six – San Antonio River Improvement Project, the Committee of Seven – Regional Flood Project
  • The Metropolitan Planning Organization – Transportation Policy Board
  • The Youth Commission Task Force

Commissioner Rodriguez is a graduate of Harlandale High School and attended Palo Alto Community College. He is also the proud father of three wonderful daughters.

“I was born and raised here, and when I was growing up, our family struggled. But like many Southside families we worked hard and just kept looking forward. So, I’ve been there. I know the challenges people are facing while they work to achieve their dreams. I was raised with strong values: work hard, serve your community, and always do the right thing. These are the values I’ve passed on to my own three children and that I carry with me today as I work on your behalf.”

—Sergio “Chico” Rodriguez