Pecos is governed by a mayor and city council; these governing body members serve in four-year terms. As the elected representatives of Pecos residents, they adopt all ordinances and resolutions, and determine general goals and policies for the city.
City Council meetings are held at 5:30 p.m. in City Hall on the 2nd and 4th Thursdays of each month.
Pecos City Council Members
- Venetta Seals, mayor (term expires May 2016)
- Gerald Tellez, mayor pro-tem (term expires May 2017)
- Alfredo Saldana, councilman (term expires May 2016)
- Wally Moon, councilman (term expires May 2016)
- Rudy Villegas, councilman (term expires May 2017)
- Chuck Knudsen, councilman (term expires May 2017)
Other Pecos Officials
- Eric Honeyfield, city manager
- Trent Graham, city attorney
- Mary Carmen Wood, city secretary
Reeves County is governed by a commissioners court that consists of one commissioner for each of the county’s four precincts as well as a county judge who presides over the court. Court is held every other Monday at 10 a.m. at the Reeves County Commissioners Court.
- Woo Jon Bang, M.D., county judge
- Roy Alvarado, commissioner, 1st Precinct
- Louise Moore, commissioner, 2nd Precinct
- Paul Hinojos, commissioner, 3rd Precinct
- Tony Truijillo, commissioner, 4th Precinct