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Exploring Precinct 2


Precinct 2 is home to 1.3 million residents and encompasses nearly 560 square miles of east Harris County. It spans from the vibrant small businesses in the Historic East End to the serene views of Clear Lake to the bustling petrochemical hub in Baytown and its surrounding area.
With 1,100 miles of roads, 18 municipalities, 11 school districts within its boundaries, the sense of community in Precinct 2 is strong.

Precinct 2 is home to 55 parks, including the award-winning James Driver Inclusive Park – the only fully inclusive park in Harris County. The precinct also features the only free public beach in the county – Sylvan Beach Park.

As home to NASA, the Ship Channel, San Jacinto Battleground, Washburn Tunnel, and Lynchburg Ferry - history, hard work, and innovation run deep in Precinct 2.

Meet Commissioner Adrian Garcia
Born and raised in the Northside, Precinct 2 has always been home to Commissioner Adrian Garcia. His 35-year career in public service began as a Houston Police Officer. In 1994, he was appointed by Mayor Lee Brown as Director of the Mayor’s Anti-Gang Office, and in 2003, was elected to Houston City Council. During his tenure, he served as Chair on two City Council committees — the Public Safety and Homeland Security Committee and the Minority/Women Business Enterprise Committee. With the support of his peers, Mayor Bill White confirmed him as Mayor Pro-Tem. In 2008, Commissioner Garcia continued his service by being elected as the Harris County Sheriff — the largest sheriff's office in Texas and the 3rd largest in the United States.
Engage. Educate. Empower.
Commissioner Garcia is committed to serving the residents of Precinct 2 and honoring the trust placed in him. Here’s how he plans to keep that commitment: 

Engagement is the first step to understanding a community and identifying its needs.

Equal access to educational opportunities in our region from pre-kindergarten all the way up to seniors.

Education leads to empowerment. With empowerment comes opportunity. After that, the possibilities are endless for positive change.