It is my great honor to serve as County Commissioner Precinct 2. I look forward to working with you to keep the irreplaceable character and culture of Kendall County for future generations. As a servant leader, I shall work to do the following:
Hold the line on government spending. In a time of higher property valuations and inflation, we need to ensure we are being good stewards of taxpayers’ money.
Support our Sheriff’s Department, judicial system, and first responders. We must stand strong against the threat to our security from drug and human traffickers, as well as increasing crime from a growing population.
Engage county landowners to incentivize land stewardship to slow land fragmentation. I will explore measures to hold developers accountable for proving up sustainable water supplies and paying for needed infrastructure rather than burdening taxpayers.
Welcome input and feedback from citizens, which fosters citizen buy-in and results in better outcomes.
The Kendall County Commissioners Court meets the second and fourth Monday each month beginning at 9:00 a.m. In the event that Monday is a county holiday, the Court will meet on the next business day that the courthouse is open. The courtroom is on the third floor of the courthouse located at 201 E. San Antonio Avenue in Boerne. You are welcome and encouraged to attend these meetings. Please sign in upon arrival. You may speak to the Court during public comments or at the time a particular agenda item is put forth.
Andra M. Wisian
Commissioner Precinct 2
201 East Antonio Ave, Suite 311, Boerne, TX 78006
Phone: 830-249-9343 ext. 315
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A native and seventh-generation Texan, Andra has lived in Kendall County for nearly 30 years.
She was a key leader to create a very successful private-public partnership among county residents, Kendall County and Texas Parks & Wildlife to build the Youth Agriculture & Equestrian Center. The Center supports positive youth development to ensure a strong future generation of leaders for our county, state and nation.
In April 2021 Governor Greg Abbott appointed Andra as a Director to the Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority, which supports responsible watershed protection and stewardship, provides quality operational service, and promotes conservation and educational opportunities in order to enhance quality of life for those served. She resigned from the board in December 2022.
The Boerne Independent School District appointed Andra to the 2013 Bond Oversight Committee. In 2016 and 2017, she sat on the Boerne/Kendall County Economic Development Corporation Board of Directors.
Andra is a dedicated Republican. She has been elected the president, secretary and chaplain for Kendall County Republican Women, as well as secretary for the Greater San Antonio Council of Texas Federation of Republican Women.
Andra has given her time and resources to many organizations including: St. John Lutheran Church; Hill Country Daily Bread; Boys & Girls Club of Boerne; Boy Scouts of America Troop 18 Boerne; Wounded Warrior Project; Kendall County Youth Ag & Equestrian Center; Kendall County Fair; Kendall County Jr. Livestock Association; Kendall County Wild Game Dinner; and the county 4-H program. She mentors 4-H Horse Club youth to foster self-esteem, leadership, and citizenship.
Andra earned a B.A. in English from the University of Houston and also studied broadcast journalism at the University of Texas.
Andra’s hobbies include showing cutting horses as well as hiking and shooting sporting clays with her husband and sons.
A staunch supporter of the 2nd Amendment, Andra holds a Texas concealed handgun license.
Andra and her husband Kirby purchased land in eastern Kendall County in 1993 and built a home where they reside today. They have two grown sons.