Tirgo LLC
Below are some of the projects worked on as an elected official


The best way to tell you about Tirgo is to tell you about Ron Natinsky. Please take a moment and read his bio. This will give you a better explanation of his involvement in both the private, public and civic sectors. If you have specific questions please contact Ron directly.

Ron Natinsky served on the Dallas City Council from 2005 – 2011.  As Councilman, he served as Chair of the Council’s Economic Development and International Committee and as a member of the Council’s Budget, Finance and Audit; Legislative; Public Safety; and Transportation and Environment Committees. With an annual budget of over $3 Billion and over 13,000 employees, Dallas would be considered a large business by any standard and it's the City Council's job to make sure that policy is set for it to run properly and efficiently. This is where Ron's private sector experience came into play. 


As Chair of the city's Economic Development Committee, Natinsky helped attract to Dallas the world headquarters of AT&T, Comerica Bank and Tenet Healthcare; played a key role in persuading more than 30 international companies to site new offices/operations in Dallas; marketed worldwide the International Inland Port of Dallas in Southeast Dallas; and led the revitalization of downtown through redevelopment of numerous historic buildings. 


Globally, he played a leading role in numerous City of Dallas economic development trade missions, drawing from the deep relationships built and experiences gained during his 30-plus years of extensive business travels throughout Asia, Europe and South America. 

A transportation advocate, Natinsky also served as Chairman of the Regional Transportation Council (RTC) and was a member of the Executive Committee of the Dallas Regional Mobility Coalition (DRMC). Natinsky also served on the Board of Directors for the National League of Cities.


In addition to serving as Chairman of The Trinity Commons Foundation and on the Board of The Trinity Trust, he served as Chairman of The Dallas Maritime Museum. Natinsky has served on the board of the Dallas Convention and Visitors Bureau (DCVB) and is a member of the Urban Land Institute (ULI), North Dallas Chamber of Commerce, the Greater Dallas Planning Council, and the World Affairs Council, along with other business, civic and volunteer organizations.


Since leaving the Council, Natinsky serves as Managing Director of Tirgo LLC. He continues to be involved in the transportation, technology, infrastructure and international arenas. Ron is also bringing his expertise to private development projects that range from townhouse re-development projects to a convention center hotels including structured multi-use parking. 

Ron spends his spare time biking, maintaining his reef aquarium and enjoying urban life with his wife and Maltese puppy Abby. Natinsky has been married to his wife, Nancy, for 52 years and they have two adult sons.