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Martin Cepeda

Mayor

Hidalgo Independent School District

HQ Phone:  (956) 843-4300

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Hidalgo Independent School District

310 Esperanza Street

Hidalgo, Texas,78557

United States

Company Description

Hidalgo ISD is committed to parental involvement at the district and campus levels providing parents the skills and resources needed to empower them to help their children succeed academically and in life. Parent centers were established at the campuses and se...more

Background Information

Employment History

Police Officer

Hidalgo Police Department


Affiliations

Mexican American School Board Members Association

Secretary


MASBA

Member


Education

Hidalgo High School


Pan American University


Web References(51 Total References)


Southbound truck traffic begins at Anzalduas Bridge

mcallen.net [cached]

We understand we are creating new avenues for trade through truck traffic in Mexico and the United States," Hidalgo Mayor Martin Cepeda said.


Mayor's Message | City of Hidalgo

cityofhidalgo.net [cached]

Martin Cepeda
Martin Cepeda Mayor Mayor Martin Cepeda Martin Cepeda was born in McAllen, Texas on June 29, 1963. Martin has lived in the City of Hidalgo since he was born. Martin attended Hidalgo school district and graduated from Hidalgo High School in 1980 at the age of 16. Martin attended Pan American University in Edinburg and earned 56 hours of credit. He was hired by the Hidalgo police department in 1981 and became a police officer, where he was the youngest cadet at the age of 18. In all, Martin Cepeda has over thirty (30) years of experience in law enforcement. He worked with immigration and U.S. Customs. Martin also worked for the Texas alcoholic and beverage commission and presently works for the county of hidalgo as chief fraud investigator at the auto license division Martin Cepeda has served his community in many ways. He was elected to the Hidalgo school board in 1989 and served for 23 years. Martin served 10 years as school board president. During his term as school board president, Hidalgo school district was recognized several times for being one of the best districts in Texas. Hidalgo school district was recognized in the top twenty nationally. In 2012 Martin ran for City of Hidalgo mayor. Mayor Cepeda won his election and has served as mayor since then. Mayor Cepeda, has begun to oversee major changes as our mayor, as new projects and businesses have come to hidalgo. Hidalgo now has a Wal-Mart, Little Cesar's Pizza, Fred Loya Insurance, 2nd Whataburger and a Buffalo Wings and Rings. Mayor Cepeda is currently working on a 1.5 million dollar drainage project for the northwestern part of the community. Mayor Cepeda has spearheaded this effort by combining a partnership between the county of hidalgo drainage district, precinct 2 Commissioner Eddie Cantu, and the City of Hidalgo. While on a recent visit to Washington D.C., Mayor Cepeda reinforced another drainage project in the old town site, which will work to better drain that area. This project is estimated to cost 1.25 million dollars. The mayor is currently working with Texas Department of Transportation and Precinct 2 for the expansion and improvements of Dicker Road and other street projects. Mayor Cepeda serves on the Hidalgo Economic Development Corporation board. The HEDC is currently working on bringing new businesses to Hidalgo. Mayor Cepeda also serves on the Hidalgo Urban County Advisory Board and on the Hidalgo Metropolitan Planning Organization. Mayor Cepeda is also a board member of the McAllen and Hidalgo bridge board; the policy and administrative structure for the international crossings at hidalgo and Anzalduas. Most recently mayor Cepeda took the lead in support of a multi-family residential project which will be part of a master planned development. The residential component alone will infuse a 20 million dollar investment into the City of Hidalgo. The State Farm Arena will continue to provide quality entertainment for the community, the Rio Grande valley and our Southern neighbors. Mayor Cepeda is working on plans to ensure the continued success of this facility. Mayor Cepeda is a city leader and a person of great vision for the City of Hidalgo. Martin Cepeda married November 8, 1985 to Anna Cepeda and they have one son Martin Mauricio Cepeda who was born on January 19, 1993. Martin Cepeda married November 8, 1985 to Anna Cepeda and they have one son Martin Mauricio Cepeda who was born on January 19, 1993. Martin Cepeda was born in McAllen, Texas on June 29, 1963. His family moved to Hidalgo in 1965. Martin Cepeda has lived in Hidalgo for 47 years and attended all his schooling at Hidalgo ISD and graduated from Hidalgo High School in 1980 at the age of 16. Martin Cepeda holds numerous certifications in the field of Law Enforcement which has been his career for 32 years now. - Mayor Martin Cepeda


www.edwards-titleco.com

Hidalgo Mayor Martin Cepeda welcomed guests and made the special presentations on behalf of the City of Hidalgo joined by Eduardo G. Vela, Chairman of the Board of the Hidalgo Chamber of Commerce.
Pictured are Council Member Place 1, Gustavo "Gus" Sanchez, Mayor Martin Cepeda, Walk of Fame Inductee Byron Jay Lewis, (Edwards Abstract and Title Co.), Chairman of the Board Hidalgo Chamber of Commerce Eduardo "Eddie" Vela, and Council Member Place 3, Rodolfo "Rudy" Franz.


www.texasmonthly.com

Until then, there will be camaraderie between two other border towns: As a kickoff to BorderFest, on March 3 Martin Cepeda, mayor of Hidalgo, and José Elías Leal, mayor of Reynosa, Mexico, will meet on the Hidalgo-Reynosa International Bridge at 9:45 a.m. for an abrazo, or embrace, followed immediately by the signing of a formal agreement to become sister cities.


Hidalgo Independent School District

hidalgo.schoolspan.com [cached]

Martin Cepeda
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