The City Manager is the only legislatively-appointed City of Alice employee. He is the Chief Executive Officer and the head of the administrative branch of the City Government.
Responsible to the Council for the proper administration of all City affairs, he leads day to day operations and, along with Department Heads, implements the public policy and governance of Alice as determined by the City Council.
Working closely with the Council and citizens, the City Manager ensures quality services are available to meet the needs of our citizens and the business community. With a population of over 19,000 residents plus 907 businesses, the City Manager oversees the City's operations with 249 employees and an annual operating budget of $27,441,958.
- Michael Esparza, City Manager
- Odilia Rodriquez, City Clerk
- Aniceto Perez, Chief of Police
- Patrick Thomas, Fire Chief
- Roland Ramos, Finance Director
- Yolanda Bueno, Library Director
- Jo Ann Ramon, Municipal Court Administrator
- Victor Saenz, Public Works Operations
- Demetrio Duarte, Public Works Utilities
City of Alice Media Release – Retired Addison Police Chief Ron Davis has been named Interim Police Chief of the Alice Police Department effective April 1, 2020. Read on...
There is a stay at home order in effect until April 27, 2020. Only essential businesses and services are allowed. Individuals are asked to limit exposure publicly to times necessary to maintain health and safety of our community. View as PDF
Please dispose all cleaning wipes (even those labelled flushable) in a trash can NOT in your Toilet, this will cause a back up of your sewer system. Additional Info...
Conventional water treatment methods that use filtration and disinfection, such as used in City of Alice water treatment plant, should remove or inactivate the virus. Additional Info...
Executive Order No. GA-08 relating to COVID- 19 closure of restaurants, nursing homes, bars, gyms, massage parlors and food courts, should dial 361.668.7250.
Know the FACTS about COVID-19, and stop the spread of rumors. See below to view facts on staying safe from state and federal agencies. Call CDC at 1-800-CDC-INFO 1-800-232-4636 Or Texas Department of State Health Services 1-888-963-7111 Read FULL article...
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