COMMISSIONER PRECINCT 4
Dear Hidalgo County Precinct 4 Residents,
It is an honor and privilege to serve as your Precinct 4 Commissioner. Over the years, Precinct 4 has grown and developed into a thriving community. I want to extend and expand the services and quality of life to all constituents, working together with the diligent efforts of the Precinct 4 team.
My priority is to focus on maintenance, improvement, and top-quality customer service among all departments, including Parks, Sanitation, Drainage, Community Resource Centers, and Roads and Bridges. We will implement effective and efficient methods to stretch every taxpayer dollar and maximize resources. Collaboration and community engagement will be essential in all of our endeavors and facets of our operations.
I thank you for your support and look forward to the future triumphs of Hidalgo County Precinct 4.
Hidalgo County Commissioner Precinct 4
Precinct 4 is located in the county seat of Edinburg, Texas. We serve the City of Edinburg, Faysville, City of McAllen, San Manuel and San Carlos representing a population of over 190,000.
Commissioner Precinct 2
Attorney Eduardo “Eddie” Cantu hit the ground running as Precinct 2 Commissioner. The precinct covers portions of the county not included within city limits, including the areas of:
- San Juan
He brings core values of dedication, integrity, energy, compassion and collaboration to the job and says the most important part of his job is improving the quality of life for the people who live, work and do business in Precinct 2.
Commissioner Cantu has already begun major projects in collaboration with other entities such as the MPO, municipalities, school districts and other precincts.
Quality of life projects on the Commissioner’s agenda include renovating and upgrading parks, roads, drainage and providing Boys and Girls Club-type activities to children in rural areas, said Cantu.
“Education, social fitness and other recreational activities are among the services I’d like to see implemented to benefit the children of Precinct 2,” Cantu said. “For families and adults, I’ve proposed the creation of Valley View Park and a regional hike and bike trail that would run through McAllen, Pharr and San Juan.”