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Contact Information

Monday - Friday
8:00 am - 5:00 pm

500 E. San Antonio
El Paso, Texas 79901
Phone (915) 546-2044
Fax (915) 543-3854

Commissioner Andrew R. Haggerty is a longtime resident of El Paso settling down with his wife Melissa and children, Allie, Erin, and Liam. He is dedicated to his family and serving his community when and where ever possible.

Andrew graduated from New Mexico State University with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration in 2003. While attending NMSU Andrew was active in the student government as an Associate Justice of the University Council. He was also an active member in the NMSU Chapter of Delta Chi Fraternity. During his time in the Fraternity he was elected president, and also served on the All Greek Council at the same time. Andrew is still active in his old fraternity by serving in the Delta Chi Education Foundation on the Board of Directors. This group is responsible for overseeing the scholarships that the fraternity awards to its members across the United States and Canada.

After graduation Andrew moved to El Paso and is now the owner/broker of Century 21 Haggerty (2005-present). During his time in El Paso he served his community as the chairman for the City of El Paso Building and Standards Commission from 2011-2014. He was elected the President of the Great El Paso Associations of Realtors in 2014, and was Realtor of the year in 2015.

Commissioner Haggerty has also given time to other civic organizations. He was an active member of the Sun Bowl Association, where he worked as a team host (2005-2014). Andrew is a member of the Association of the United States Army, Omar Bradley chapter where he currently is serving on the Board of Directors (2012-present). He is also a member of the Wallace Houghston Masonic Lodge and El Maida Shrine.

Andrew was sworn into the office of County Commissioner of Precinct #4 covering parts of Northeast and West El Paso on January 1, 2015 at the Flags Across America Site. During his time Commissioner Haggerty has become active in local government.
He is currently serving on the
• Rio Grande Council of Governments as the 2nd Vice President
• RGCoG First Responders Preparedness Planning group(Chairman)
• RGCoG Solid Waste Management Environmental Services Division(1st vice President)
• RGCoG Finance Committee(Chairman)
• El Paso County Truancy Committee

Commissioner Haggerty maintains his commitment to his constituents by hosting over 60 scheduled meetings in both the Northeast and Westside to hear the needs of his constituents.