TERM: 2018 - 2022
Andrew Rodriguez was elected to the Eloy City Council in November of 2014. He is a lifelong resident of Eloy. He attended Eloy Elementary Schools and graduated from Santa Cruz Valley Union High School.
Andrew worked on several political campaigns. He found his passion for municipal management and law enforcement by gaining experience working for local governments and corporations.
In his spare time, Andrew enjoys traveling and spending time with his daughter Viviana. He has visited almost all west coast states. Andrew volunteers for various causes throughout Eloy and his family has strong ties in Eloy. His brother has been employed with the City of Eloy for 15 years and his grandfather was a Police Officer. Andrew’s father also worked for and retired from the City of Eloy.
Andrew is a member of the following organizations:
- Corazón de Latinos Unidos - Eloy Fiestas Patrias
- Eloy Governor’s Alliance Against Drugs
- Eloy Chamber of Commerce
- National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (NALEO)
- Eloy Cemetery Board
- Infrastructure Committee
- Young Elected Official Network (YEO)
- St. Helen of the Cross Church
- Knights of Columbus
I am here to serve you! Together we can make Eloy the city that our children deserve. With your help we can ensure:
- safe neighborhoods
- clean and well-maintained streets
- safe, fun city parks and educational programs
- responsive city government