Hector "Tito" Palacios,
Commissioner Precinct 2
300 W. Hall Acres Suite G
Ph: (956) 787-1891
Fx: (956) 787-4683
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Monday - Friday
Commissioner Hector “Tito” Palacios represents the communities of Pharr, San Juan, Hidalgo, and portions of Alamo and McAllen.
Commissioner Palacios’ goal as County Commissioner is to make Precinct 2 and all of Hidalgo County a better place to live and work.
Commissioner Palacios has developed strong working relationships with local municipalities, area school districts, and nonprofit organizations to create partnerships for the betterment of Precinct 2 residents.
Through cooperative leadership, understanding the needs of our region, and listening to its residents, Commissioner Palacios has worked to ensure the needs of residents are adequately met and on their way toward achieving a better quality of life.
County Commissioner Responsibilities
The job of the County Commissioner calls for hands - service delivery as well as policy making budget decisions.
Four Commissioners, each elected from a quarter of the County's population, serve along the County Judge on the Commissioners Court. In addition to assuring that County Roads are maintained, Commissioners vote with the County Judge to set the budget for all County departments and adopt a tax rate.