Roberto C. Treviño was unanimously appointed to City Council in December 2014.
Councilman Treviño attended Texas Tech university where he earned a Bachelor's Degree of Architecture and a Masters Degree in Business Management from the Rawls College of Business. He is a Registered Architect in the State of Texas. In addition to his architecture practice, he has served on the Bexar County Appraisal District Board of Directors and the Airport Advisory Committee. He has been the visionary and driving force behind the creation and development of the Little Italy San Antonio project on the site of a once thriving Italian neighborhood. This project was envisioned as a marriage of public and private interests to revitalize the northwestern section of downtown San Antonio.
The councilman was a member of Leadership San Antonio, Class 38, where he experienced and participated in a diversity of projects affecting the people and places of the city. Roberto also recently served as an adjunct professor at UTSA, teaching freshman a course in Academic Inquiry and Scholarship. As an FAA certified private pilot with ties to the regional airports of San Antonio, he enjoys the insight and unique perspective offered by the important aviation history of San Antonio.
Since his appointment to City Council, Roberto has been selected to serve on the Comprehensive Master Planning, Quality of Life, Public Safety, and Diverse and Dynamic Neighborhood committees. His varied background as both an architect and businessman, interested in both new construction and historic preservation projects, contributes to the broad perspective he brings to his position as District 1 councilman. He is deeply devoted to the continual evolution of San Antonio with the goal of providing a life of dignity for everyone.
Proposed 2012 – 2017 Bond Projects for District 1