Get to Know Bexar County Commissioner


Proud to serve

From Navy man to man of the people, Commissioner Kevin Wolff has the experience needed to be successful.

First elected to public office in 2005, Bexar County Commissioner Kevin Wolff’s professional, military, and political career has always focused on public service. As a Navy veteran, Wolff spent nearly a decade proudly serving our Country on the USS Mahan and in the Navy Reserve. Wolff worked for over 20 years with private and Fortune 500 companies, and now, as the only Republican Bexar County Commissioner, is the County’s strongest voice for fiscal conservatism.

Transitioning from the Navy to the Banking Industry

Following graduation from Tom C. Clark High School, Wolff immediately enlisted in the United States Navy. He held the position of Radioman aboard a guided missile destroyer. After his active enlistment period, Wolff earned both a Bachelor’s in Business Administration and a Master’s in Business Administration from St. Mary’s University. His professional business experience includes human resources, organizational design, and business development and operations. As a Senior Vice President in Human Resources for Citigroup, he worked in Delaware and New York City. Wolff returned to San Antonio in 2002 and served as the Executive Vice President and Chief Operations Officer for First American Title.

His Years on the City Council

From 2005-2008, Wolff had the honor of representing San Antonio City Council District 9. While on City Council, he led the council in initiatives to improve infrastructure, increase the San Antonio Police Department force, strengthen the ethics ordinance for city council members, and created library facilities in Stone Oak, all while adhering to his conservative principles. Wolff also championed a budget with a tax decrease, the first decrease in more than ten years.

Accomplishments as Commissioner for Precinct 3

As Bexar County Commissioner for Precinct 3, Wolff has been a leader in economic development of San Antonio and the surrounding community, which includes suburban cities and unincorporated areas of Bexar County. Wolff created a public-private partnership to build a bridge uniting segments of Wilderness Oak Drive over a flood plain, allowing for a direct route to Tuscany Heights Elementary School.

As the former chair of the Military Affairs Committee, Commissioner Wolff completed the Joint Land Use Study (JLUS) initiative to free over 5,000 acres at Camp Bullis for field training. This initiative ensured that Bexar County and San Antonio retained key medical training missions at Fort Sam Houston and Camp Bullis. Wolff is Chairman of the Military Transformation Task Force (MTTF), a group of representatives from the City, County, Chamber, and Military tasked with the implementation of Base Closure and Realignment Commission (BRAC) initiatives, retaining existing military missions as well as expanding on those missions. He has been essential in the BRAC 2005 expansion.

Announcement: Commissioner Wolff has decided not to run for re-election.