Alamo Regional Rural Planning Organization (ARRPO)
|Judge Robert L. Hurley, Chair
||County Judge, Atascosa County
|Judge Richard L. Jackson, Vice-Chairman
||County Judge, Wilson County|
|Mayor James Danner
||Mayor, City of Hondo
|Judge Richard Evans
||County Judge, Bandera County
|Mario Jorge, P.E.
||Texas Department of Transportation
|Judge Walter Long||County Judge, Karnes County|
|Judge Arnulfo Luna||County Judge, Frio County|
|Judge Darrel Lux
|Judge Tom Pollard
||Vice-Chair, Kerr County
|Commissioner Donnie Schuch||County Commissioner, Gillespie County, Precinct 4|
|Judge Chris Schuchart
|Mayor Mike Schultz
||Cities-Group C: Bandera, Gillespie, Kendall, and Kerr Counties
|Mayor Leroy Skloss||Mayor, City of Karnes City
|Judge James E. Teal||County Judge, McMullen County|
|Commissioner Kevin Wolff
||Alamo Area Metropolitan Planning Organization
|Commissioner Jim Wolverton
||Commissioner, Guadalupe County, Precinct 3|
|Diane Rath (Ex-Officio)
||AACOG Executive Director
What does ARRPO do?
Identifies transportation priorities, such as roadways, bridges, and thoroughfares, and provides recommendations to TxDOT, in order to acquire funding.
Who makes up the ARRPO Board?
Elected officials are voted by board members to represent their counties/communities. AACOG is the lead agency to coordinate ARRPO meetings, workshops, etc. with the involvement of TxDOT and the Texas Transportation Institute.
What area does ARRPO cover?
ARRPO covers the rural areas within the Alamo Area Council of Governments service area.