Government

District 6

Claudia Lizette Rodriguez

Current Term: Filling Unexpired Term | Term Ends: December 2022

Thank you for electing me as your City Representative for District 6. I look forward to working with my constituents to build a better future for our children, accomplish great things for our city, and ensure the needs of District 6 are met.

Please remember my door is always open if I may be of service in any way.

Share any questions or comments regarding District 6:

City Representative Claudia Lizette Rodriguez
City of El Paso
300 N. Campbell
El Paso, Texas 79901
district6@elpasotexas.gov

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Biography

Claudia Lizette Rodriguez is a first generation American and the oldest of three siblings. El Paso is the only home she’s ever known. As a child she attended Benito Martinez Elementary School, Slider Middle School, Montwood High School and is a proud graduate of Texas Tech University.

Now as a wife and mother of four children, she has recognized that her own needs as a District 6 El Pasoan and City Representative are those of her family, neighbors and community. Rodriguez’s drive and dedication to hard work is rooted in the lessons she learned from her own upbringing. Her grandparents and parents have devoted their lives providing for their children as successful small business owners. As the product of a long line of entrepreneurs she recognizes the need to support owners, their services and their customers. The success of small business serves as a catalyst to our local economy and it’s why she’s made supporting small businesses the cornerstone of her initiatives.

El Paso has a unique urban fabric— rich in diversity, culture, heritage and tradition. Rodriguez embraces these influences when evaluating and considering economic development projects that will shape the future of District 6 and our great city. Rodriguez enjoys working alongside her constituents to help build a better future for our children, accomplishing great things for our beautiful city, and ensuring the needs of District 6 are met.