Antonio Rodríguez Medero (1712 – April 10, 1760) was the mayor of San Antonio, Texas in 1741. He was one of the first settlers of San Antonio. He laid the foundation for the creation of the first "heritage of water" (private water galleries that pass from generation to generation that were developed in the Canary Islands) in the United States. He was also the architect of the construction of several canals to irrigate the lands of the Canarian settlers in San Antonio. These heritage of water would serve as a model for all those that were created later in San Antonio.