As your Councilman, Roland Barrera is dedicated to providing the constituents of District 3 with safe communities, reliable streets & infrastructure, and high-paying jobs in new emerging industries.

In his recent term, Councilman Barrera secured the funding to repair streets and water infrastructure. Also, Roland has improved our local parks with new amenities for families to enjoy, and attracted new tech jobs to District 3.


Roland has secured funding to improve Ayers St., Holly Rd., and Everhart Rd. in District 3. Additionally, he has increased funding to Corpus Christi’s historic Westside community with improvements in West Oso and Moody communities.

Public Safety

Councilman Barrera is dedicated to providing every constituent in District 3 with a safe community to raise our families by ensuring that we have enough first responders, with the best equipment, to serve the people in our community.


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Roland Barrera

Roland Barrera was elected in 2018 and has proudly served the constituents in District 3 to improve their quality of life in Corpus Christi. Councilman Barrera is dedicated to making our community a place that provides security and opportunity for our families.

Roland Barrera has been a local small-business owner in Corpus Christi since 1995. Councilman Barrera raised his children in Corpus Christi, and he understands the importance of making our community a better place where our children and grand-children will want to start their own families.



We've Done

Economic Development

The La Volla Creek Drainage Improvement Project will address frequent flooding during heavy rainfall events in the Molina, Los Encinos, and Las Colonias area of District 3. This Project represents a $11.7 million investment into Corpus Christi’s West Side community.

Roland continues to be dedicated to providing every constituent in
District 3 with reliable, improved streets in our neighborhoods and throughout the District. In the last two years alone, Roland has secured funding to reconstruct Ayers St., Holly Rd., and Everhart Rd. in order to provide his constituents with reliable infrastructure.

Roland remains committed to obtaining a safe, affordable, and reliable water supply for the city of Corpus Christi. The City maintains the responsibility of providing clean water to the Coastal Bend region, and ensures access to an uninterruptable water supply remains affordable for everyone.

Public Safety

Roland continues to support our law enforcement with the creation of the new Police Training Academy at Del Mar college that includes large training classrooms, a research library, and physical training space. Councilman Barrera continues to be committed to providing every person in District 3 with a safe community.

Councilman Barrera ensured that District 3 continues to have access to responsive public safety with the addition of the Firefighter Resource Center. This facility will house all of the City’s surplus CCFD resources within District 3, which creates a safer community for every person in District 3.


The Re-Elect Roland Barrera for District 3 Campaign is grateful and fortunate to have our constituents volunteer and join our team.

We have opportunities for anyone to get involved, whether you are a campaign veteran or want to volunteer for the first time.