As provided for in the Edwards Aquifer Authority Act, the EAA has a governing board composed of 15 directors elected from the single-member election districts and two non-voting appointed directors. The elected directors serve staggered four-year terms which expire December 1 of each even-numbered year. Accordingly, the board orders elections of the appropriate number of directors on the uniform election date in November of each even-numbered year. If a director’s position becomes vacant for any reason, the board appoints a qualified person to serve until the first election of directors following the appointment. If the position is not scheduled to be filled at that election, the board provides for a director to be elected to serve in the position for the remainder of the unexpired term.
The Board of Directors of the Edwards Aquifer Authority (“EAA”) is seeking applications from qualified applicants to fill the unexpired term of the Director for District No. 5 of the Board of Directors of the EAA, located in Bexar County, until the next general election. The position will be up for election in November 2022. Interested persons may apply for this position by submitting a signed application by 5:00 p.m. Tuesday, March 16, 2021. The application may be access on this page (Vacant Director Position Application), or by contacting the EAA Election Officer, Ms. Jennifer Wong-Esparza at (210) 477-5116 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications may be emailed to Ms. Jennifer Wong-Esparza or delivered to the EAA office:
Board of Directors
ATTN: Ms. Jennifer Wong-Esparza
Edwards Aquifer Authority
900 E. Quincy
San Antonio, TX 78215
District 5 is located entirely within Bexar County. The general geographic area of District 5 can be downloaded and viewed on the EAA’s Board of Directors page.
Specific election-related inquiries may be directed to the following staff members:
Jennifer Wong-Esparza – (210) 477-5116
Marc Friberg – (210) 477-8522
Julia Carrillo – (210) 477-8512
Please utilize the interactive map below to determine the district in which you reside.