Andy Meyers
County Commissioner Precinct 3

About Commissioner Andy Meyers

  • Voted “Best Elected Official” in the county among federal, state, and local elected officials in every contest for his crucial role in
  • making and keeping Fort Bend one of the state’s safest and most Family-Friendly counties.
  • Labeled “The Taxpayer’s Best Friend” for his success in lowering taxes.
  • Received the Public Leadership Award for 27 years of outstanding leadership in the county, region, and state.
  • Protected our children from sex traffickers by passing an Ordinance regulating Sexually Oriented Businesses, keeping unsavory operators out of Fort Bend County.
  • Improved community safety by pioneering and expanding the Contract Deputy Program, putting an additional 100+ deputies in neighborhoods.
  • Saved Taxpayers over $1 Billion by leading the efforts to reduce the county’s tax rate.
  • Saved Taxpayers over $35 million by getting donations of land for parks, county facilities, and road right-of-way.
  • Recognizing his leadership, Governor Abbott appointed Andy to the 17-person Texas Advanced Nuclear Reactor Working Group to make Texas the leader in developing the Next Generation of safe, clean, affordable, and reliable nuclear energy.
  • Significantly reduced traffic congestion by proposing Fort Bend’s first successful mobility program in 2000 and led the efforts on subsequent mobility programs.
  • Became one of the most effective local officials in the state by developing and maintaining long-term relationships with key state legislators and officials. They trust and listen to his advice and sponsor and pass his legislation.
  • Played a vital role in creating 5 of the 8 State District Courts in the county.
  • Is setting the stage for exponential economic growth by proposing legislation to allow counties to create Industrial Development Districts and getting SH 36 re-routed through Fort Bend County, which will become a Major Texas Corridor, connecting Freeport, the only deep-water port on the entire Gulf Coast, to the major distribution centers in Dallas.
  • Holds a BS in Industrial Technology & Engineering and a Masters in Finance & Economics.
  • Held several Professional Licenses – Certified Public Accountant, Series 7 Securities Dealer, and Real Estate Broker.

Flood Insurance Issues in Fort Bend County

Homeowners will be required to obtain flood insurance for their property and pay significantly more in premiums, and their property values may decrease if the federal government implements the changes it is considering.

Suggestions & Comments on County Road Projects

Vote-By-Mail Application

If You are 65+ and have not received an Application to Vote-By-Mail from Commissioner Meyers, you can go Here and print out an Application, complete and sign it, and mail it to the Fort Bend County Elections Office before February 23rd.

Sample Ballot

To See the Candidates on Your Ballot, go to this link. The Sample Ballots are by Voting Precinct for Republicans and Democratic Candidates.  Your Voting Precinct is the 4-digit number above your Name on your Voter ID Card. If you don’t have a Voter ID go HERE and put in your First Name, Last Name, and Date of Birth and the system will show you your Voter ID, with the Voting Precinct No. Click on the 4-digit Voting Precinct number for a Republican or Democratic Sample Ballot. (Scroll to the bottom of the sample ballots page for the republican ballots.)