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BUILDING FOR THE FUTURE

CITY GOVERNMENT

Mayor Sylvano Sanchez

Professional Services

Ashley V. Eddington

City Accountant/Consultant

BBA Accounting  UTSA

Member of Government Financial Officer Association (GFOA)

 

 

 

 

 

Juan B. Caballero

City Attorney

Hector R. Cortez

Municipal Court Judge

City Council Members

  

 

The City Council continues to seek opportunities to increase the City’s sales tax revenue by working with Mayor Sylvano Sanchez and City Staff to attract new business to our community. We also continue to support our existing businesses by sharing information on services and by providing educational programs to help them succeed.

 

 

 

Roberto Aldaco  - Mayor Pro-Tem

Irma Arizola

       

 

 

 

 

 

 

Christina Maldonado

 

 

 

 

 

The city has adopted and operates under the manager-council form of government. Pursuant to its provisions and subject only to the limitations imposed by the State Constitution, all powers of the City shall be vested in an elective council which shall enact local legislation, adopt budgets, determine policies and appoint the City Manager/Administrator, who shall execute the laws and administer the government of the City. All powers of the City shall be exercised prescribed by City Council then in such manner as may be prescribed by ordinance.

 

 
VELMA DAVILA
CITY MANAGER

The City of Encinall has a council-manager form of government. The city manager is appointed by and serves at the pleasure of the City Council and acts as the chief executive officer of the city and advisor to the City Council.

The city manager makes recommendations to the City Council and is responsible for day-to-day operations of the city, including supervising each departmental director and administering and enforcing the policies set forth by the council and managing the city’s finances.

The city manager works with the council, city staff, and citizens to establish council policies, legislation, employee policies, and long-range goals and objectives.

CITY STAFF

  Monik Huerta                        Vicky Rodriguez

 City Clerk/City Operations                                  Permits & Code Enforcement  Clerk

                                                                        

 Linda Ramirez              

   Municipal Court Clerk                          Public Works Staff

                                                                 

                                                                     Antonio Amaro

                                                                       Joshua Grant

                                                                    Ruben Rodriguez

 

ABOUT

Over the years, our city has become the Hub for transient population that work in the oilfield and/or transporting goods through our city.  We have earned our reputation through hard work, uncompromising precision and constant learning and adapting. The city has been able to attract two major truck stops that have had a great impact in our city and we continue to attract other retail locations to our area.

 

                History in a Pecan Shell:
There had been a small community called Ancaster near or on the land that is now known as Encinal. About the time the International-Great Northern Railroad came through in the early 1880s - there was a stop called Burro. Encinal is Spanish for Oak Grove and this name was submitted for a post office (which was granted) in 1883. 

After the railroad came to town - it became a shipping point for sheep and cattle. The first school was established in 1886 and the population was a healthy 900 by 1890. In 1931 the town had three public schools with a total of 363 students. 

In 1933 Encinal had a population of 800 and it stayed about the same through the 1940s. After the war the population drifted away until there were only 650 people living there. By 1949 it had dropped to only 300.

Natural gas had been discovered in the area in the 70s. Encinal has doubled its population from 300 people in 1980 to over 600 in 1990. 

 

Source:Wikipedia:  http://www.texasescapes.com/SouthTexasTowns/EncinalTexas/EncinalTexas.htm

 

 

Projects/Economic Partners & Job Creators for the

City of Encinal 

LOVES' TRAVEL STOP

Economic Partner & Job Creator for the citizens of Encinal!

Rosalie Welhausen Encinal City Park

under construction and will include a Splash Pad, Playground, Basketball Court, Walking Trail & Baseball Facility!

COMING SOON!

FAMILY DOLLAR STORE

New Economic Partner

& Job Creator

ROAD RANGER

TRUCK STOP

Economic Partner & Job Creator for the citizens of Encinal!

 

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POLICE STAFF

Police Chief   Roy Vallejo

Police Sgt.     Oscar Silva

Officer           William "Bill" Butterfield

Officer           Gilberto Ruiz

Reserves

 

Officer Juan Hernandez

Officer Gregory Reyes

Officer Valerie Naff

   Police Clerk

Damiana Lopez

POLICE

 
 

CONTACT

Inquiries

For any inquiries or questions, please call: 956-948-5226 or fill out the following form

Head Office

701 Berry Street

P.O. Box 120

Encinal, Texas 78019

 

city_of_encinal@att.net

Tel:  956-948-5226

Fax: 956-948-5571

Employment

To apply for a job with City of Encinal, please send a cover letter together with your resume and request an application to:city_of_encinal@att.net

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