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Purchasing

Responsibilities of Public Purchasing

The statutory responsibility of the Purchasing Agent is to purchase all supplies, materials and equipment; to contract for all repairs required or used by the County and to supervise all purchases made on competitive bid. The Purchasing Agent is also responsible for County property and inventory and must annually file with the County Auditor and each member of the Purchasing Board, an inventory of all property on hand and belonging to the County and each subdivision, officer or employee.

Goals of Public Purchasing

  • Purchase quality goods and services
  • Get the best possible price for goods and services
  • Delivery of goods and services when and were needed
  • Assure a continuing supply of needed goods and services
  • Guard against misappropriation of any assets procured

Statement of Purpose

  • Provide the best service possible to all county departments in a fair and equitable manner.
  • Ensure an atmosphere of equality to all vendors without regard to undue influence or political pressures.
  • Protect the interests of the Walker County taxpayers in all expenditures

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Located in SE Texas, Walker County is the 51st largest county in Texas with a population of 64,119. We are home to the cities of Huntsville, New Waverly and Riverside and Sam Houston State Univ. [more]

12th Judicial District

 
Judge Kraemer


 
Judge Donald Kraemer of the 12th Judicial District presides over civil and felony criminal matters in Walker, Grimes and Madison Counties.    
                                                          
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Self-Help Information

OCA  - http://www.txcourts.gov/programs-services/self-help/self-represented-litigants/

Texas Court Help - http://texascourthelp.org/ - Videos and other information in English and Spanish about going through the court system, including information about how to find a lawyer, where to find forms, and how to get ready to go to court. 

Texas Law Help - https://texaslawhelp.org/   - Information about different areas of the law for people who are handling their own simple civil legal matter. It also has a Chat service that allows the user to chat with someone who can help.

Texas State Law Library - https://www.sll.texas.gov/self-help/ -The State Law Library web site has Self Help information, forms, and links.  Its Ask a Librarian feature allows users to get legal information from a librarian by email.

Important: It is always best to have a lawyer.  The law and court proceedings are complicated, and lawyers have legal training. A lawyer can help you understand your rights and options and help get the best result possible in your case. Sometimes even simple matters can have consequences that you are not aware of or do not understand.


278th Judicial District

Judge Hal R. Ridley
 
    
 
Judge Hal R. Ridley of the 278th Judicial District presides over civil and felony criminal matters in Walker, Leon and Madison Counties.    
                                                          
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Self Help Resources :

Help for Self Represented Litigants - OCA

http://www.txcourts.gov/programs-services/self-help/self-represented-litigants/

Texas Court Help http://texascourthelp.org/ - Videos and other information in English and Spanish about going through the court system, including information about how to find a lawyer, where to find forms, and how to get ready to go to court. 

Texas Law Help https://texaslawhelp.org/   - Information about different areas of the law for people who are handling their own simple civil legal matter. It also has a Chat service that allows the user to chat with someone who can help.

Texas State Law Library https://www.sll.texas.gov/self-help/ -The State Law Library web site has Self Help information, forms, and links.  Its Ask a Librarian feature allows users to get legal information from a librarian by email.


Child Protective Services

The Children's Protective Services Board of Walker County is appointed by the Commissioners Court with the mission to support local protective services activity for the care and protection of Walker County children .  And to lead the community in the awareness of child abuse and neglect, promote prevention of such abuse, so that all children may live in a loving, nurturing and safe environment. Board members serve on a totally voluntary basis therefore they receive no pay.

Collections

Judicial Collections of Court Fines & Fees, Traffic Fines, etc.
 
Walker County Collections Department provides many of the courts in Walker County with the means of financial assessment and verification so that an individual may request a payment plan based on their finances in order to pay for fines due in reference to enforcement of a court order. This would include, but not be limited to traffic fines, misdemeanor fines and felony fines.
 
Financial Statement - Payment Plan            Plea - Request for Payment Plan             
 
Payment Plans may be available for outstanding fines and fees after financial assessments and evaluations are completed.  After entering a plea with the appropriate court and completing an application, the Collections Department can provide a payment plan agreement and the support necessary to assist each person in successfully paying fines and fees owed to the county. 
 
A payment plan application  must be throughly completed including all area codes and phone numbers.  Once completed it may be faxed to 936-436-0435 or emailed to collections@co.walker.tx.us
 
 Payments can be made by credit card through www.trafficpayment.com or www.westernunion.com  
 
A collection representative may be reached at 936-436-4935 or 936-436-0220 and by email at collections@co.walker.tx.us 
 
Directions to our offices:  MAP Link

Commissioner's Court

The county Commissioners Court serves as the governing body in each of Texas' 254 counties. This administrative body was established by the Texas Constitution of 1876 and is comprised of a county judge and four commissioners. The major duties of the Commissioners Court involves overseeing the budgetary and policy making functions of county government. In addition, in many counties, commissioners have extensive responsibilities related to the building and maintenance of county roads. (Read More)
 

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ALSO SEE:
 
2016 Commissioners' Court Dates
2016 County Holidays
Agendas
Newsletters

Public Safety Communications

WALKER COUNTY PUBLIC SAFETY COMMUNICATIONS CENTER

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Deborah Gilbert
Director
    Anthony Tryon
      Assistant Director
 
 

     The Walker County Public Safety Communications Center provides E911 services to all of Walker County and is the central communications / Primary Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP) for the City of Huntsville and County of Walker. The Walker County Public Safety Communications Center is an entity governed by a governing board that consists of two city representatives, two county commissioners and one at large position. The departments' personnel are considered county employees; however, the budget for the department is contributed half by the city of Huntsville and half by Walker County.

     The department provides dispatch services for all law enforcement, fire and EMS for Walker County with the exception of the Sam Houston State University Police Department. These agencies include the Huntsville Police Department, Walker County Sheriff's Department, Huntsville Fire Department, Huntsville-Walker County Emergency Medical Services (EMS), Department of Public Safety (DPS) troopers assigned to the area, six volunteer fire departments, and many others.
 
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Adult Probation (Community Supervision and Corrections Department)

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VISION:  Walker County CSCD envisions a progressive Department that inspires and enriches offenders' minds in order to eliminate criminal behavior resulting in safer communities.
 

MISSION:
 
To be a leader in community supervision strategies and community safety by enforcing Orders of the Court, assisting victims of crime through increased offender accountability, and reduce criminal behavior through effective supervision. 


The Department's values
Respect for the citizens we serve, the offenders we supervise, and the employees who provide valuable direction to offenders; integrity in all decisions and actions all the time; and accountability in our performance through the results achieved as individuals, team members, and as a department.



This site offers valuable information for many resources availabe not only to the person placed on probation, but also citizens in the community. Occasionally, there are offenders who "abscond" or stop reporting to the supervision officer. In each of those cases, there is an active warrant for the offender's arrest. Within this site, you will find an "absconders" section as well as contact information for the Absconder Apprehension Services , Crime Stoppers, and our Department's TIP LINE. This site will offer an "absconder of the month." Please feel free to review the picture and information. Remember, in certain cases, Crime Stoppers may offer cash for tips leading to the arrest of the absconder.
 
 
 
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***ABSCONDER OF THE MONTH***

 
Click here to report the absconder of the month and/or to view and report other absconders by county.
 
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OFFICE INFORMATION
 
 
Walker County Office
 
Walker County Office
Office 936-435-2454
Fax 936-435-2464
Physical address: 705 F.M. 2821 Huntsville, TX 77320
Mailing address: P.O. Box 6910 Huntsville, TX 77342-6910
 
 
 
Grimes County Office
Office 936-873-4444
Fax 936-873-4453
Physical address: 318 N. LaSalle, Navasota, TX  77868 
Mailing address: P.O. Box 292 Anderson, TX 77830-0292
 


Madison County Office
Office 936-348-2641
Fax 936-348-5267
Physical address: 100 Main Madisonville, TX 77864
Mailing address: P.O. Box 985 Madisonville, TX 77864
 


Leon County OfficeLeon County Office
Office 903-536-2689
Fax 903-536-2579
Physical address: 129 East Main Street Centerville, TX 75833
Mailing address: P.O. Box 40 Centerville, TX 75833


Constable

The Constables are peace officers and are the first link in the county's chain of law enforcement.  The Office of the Constable Central performs a variety of functions on behalf of that District's Constables.  Constables for Walker County are:
  • Constable - Precinct #1
  • Constable - Precinct #2
  • Constable - Precinct #3
  • Constable - Precinct #4
Roles and Responsibilities - courtesy of the Texas Association of Counties
 
Along with their deputies, constables have all the enforcement powers of Texas peace officers. They are sometimes referred to as the executive officer of the justice of the peace courts. Their duties are to:
  • Subpoena witnesses;
  • Act as bailiff;
  • Execute judgments; and
  • Service of process.

In large metropolitan counties the constable may also assist the county and district courts. In addition, they may perform patrol functions and make criminal investigations. They are involved in the overall effort to reduce the effects of crime in their communities, including in some cases the operation of truancy programs.


County Auditor

District Judges appoint county auditors for a two year term and set the auditor's office budget and staffing level. In Walker County, the District Judges of the 12th and 278th State Judicial Districts appoint the County Auditor and set the budget. Duties and responsibilities of the County Auditor are set out in state statute. The County Auditor has general oversight of the books and records and is charged with strictly enforcing laws governing county finances. The County Auditor, by law, has continuous access to all books and financial records and conducts detailed reviews of all County financial operations.

Statute outlines responsibilities for financial record-keeping, ensuring budget compliance, financial reporting and audit. The audit responsibilities of the County Auditor can generally be summarized as follows: to examine and approve all claims against the County, to audit books, accounts, reports, vouchers and records of all offices, to audit all reports about collections made to Commissioners Court, to audit the books and reports of each office quarterly, to audit the Treasurers monthly report to Commissioners Court and audit cancelled warrants (checks), to quarterly perform unannounced audit of the Treasurers balances, funds and investments, to audit receipt books or computer records in criminal cases monthly, and to audit on an unannounced basis all officials annually.

As of the fiscal year beginning October 1, 2010, functions in the Auditor's office are segmented in the following general functional areas: Financial Accounting and Reporting; Budget Preparation Assistance and Budget Monitoring; Processing of Accounts Payable; Claims Auditing; Grant Management, Reporting and Auditing; Continuous Audit Function including Cash Receipts, Requisitions Review and Bid Auditing; Payroll Auditing, General Ledger Transactions Auditing; the Desk Audit Function; and the Field Audit Function.



County Clerk

We will be Closed  

October 9, 2017
For Columbus Day
 

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The Walker County Clerk's Office mission is to provide Quality Services to the Citizens, Business Owners and Legal Community with Efficient

 

and Courteous Service. While preserving the integrity of all records, along with managing with Fiscal Responsibility and Governmental Accountability to safeguarding the collection of all

fees as designated by the State of Texas Statutes.

 

 

NOTICE

CIVIL  FEES

Updated 9/1/2017

 

Changes due to 85th Legislation

SB 42 - Relating to the security of Courts and Judges in the state; Requires the collection of a $5 fee at the filing

of a Civil Case, with the funds collected to be used to improve security. Government Code 51.971.

Effective October 1, 2016 there will be a Credit Card Handling Fee Vitals, Recordings, Deeds, Civil and Probate is 2.5%

Criminal is $3.00 

 

Changes due to 84th Legislation

State Electronic Filing Fee - $20 to $30

County Electronic Filing Fee (Per County Clerk) - $2 to $0

Jury Fee - $22 - $40

 County Clerk's Mailing Address is:

1100 University Ave, Suite 201

Huntsville, Texas 77340

 Office Hours are Monday thru Friday

8:00 A.M. to Noon.

Closed for Lunch

1:00 P.M. to 4:30 P.M.

 Online access to Odyssey for Criminal and Civil case management.

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 E-file went live on October 10, 2014. / Mandatory date of July 2015.

We have a Public Computer in the County Clerk office for over the counter filings. You must have an E-file account.

 

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Marriage License are applied for from 8:30 A.M.

to 11:00 A.M. and from 1:00 P.M. to 4:00 P.M.

 

Birth & Death & Marriage - Vitals: 936-436-4902

Recording & Brands & DBA: 936-436-4903

Civil County Court-at-Law: 936-436-4901

Probate County Court-at-Law: 936-436-4974

Criminal Misdemeanor: 936-436-4696

Deeds & Records Management: 936-436-4698

Walker County Courthouse: (936) 436-4900

Walker County Court at Law: (936) 436-4919

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Staff

Click on the name to send an email to one of the staff members listed below.  Email is the best way to contact staff, as we are often in the courtroom.

Criminal Coordinator Samantha Echtler (936) 436-4695
Civil Coordinator Casey Robertson (936) 436-4921
Bailiff Kenneth King (936) 436-4788
Court Reporter Marsha Burrus (936) 436-4694

Our Mission

To efficiently, impartially and fairly manage and resolve the variety of controversies and disputes that are filed with and fall under the jurisdiction of this court.  The jurisdiction of this court is determined by the constitution and statute.  It is subject to change by the legislature, but generally speaking, the jurisdiction includes misdemeanor criminal cases, family law cases, class C appeals, civil matters, juvenile matters, mental health cases and probate matters for Walker County.

Our History

The Walker County Court at Law was created in 1977 as a Statutory County Court by the legislature under the Texas Constitution.  The Honorable Joe B. Henderson, Jr. was appointed as the first judge on September 1, 1977 (in office 1977-1980).  The Honorable Jerry A. Sandel was appointed on July 1, 1980 (in office 1980-1981).  The Honorable Ann P. Baker was appointed on August 3, 1981 (in office 1981-1994).  The Honorable Barbara Hale was elected and began her term on January 1, 1995 (in office 1995-2014).  The Honorable Tracy Sorensen was elected and began her term on January 1, 2015 (in office 2015-).

Case Lookup

Get information about a specific individual case by clicking here.  You will need to know the cause number or the exact name of the parties.

Juror Instructions

If you have received a summons for jury, please call the scheduling number, (936) 291-9958, to receive a scheduling message as to whether you need to appear for jury duty.  

If you you want to claim an exemption, or are disqualified, please do the following:

Circle the reason that applies to your situation, sign and date your card and return it to Kari French, whose address can be found on the front of the card.  You may also hand-deliver the card to room 105, 1st floor of the courthouse.  If sending by mail, please remember to put the card in an envelope and apply postage as usual.  

If you qualify for Permanent Exemption from jury duty, you can request to be removed from the list by completing the Permanent Excuse form.

Occupational License

For information regarding occupational licenses, click here.

The court requires the petition and order in the above hyperlink to be filed in order to obtain an Occupational License.  If your Petition requires notice to the District Attorney and you wish to proceed without a hearing you will need to get prior approval from the District Attorney's office and they would need to sign approving the proposed order below the Court's signature line on page 5.  Please note that all documents required on the bottom of page 5 of the petition MUST be filed prior to the court considering the petition.

Self-Help Information

OCA  - http://www.txcourts.gov/programs-services/self-help/self-represented-litigants/

Texas Court Help - http://texascourthelp.org/ - Videos and other information in English and Spanish about going through the court system, including information about how to find a lawyer, where to find forms, and how to get ready to go to court. 

Texas Law Help - https://texaslawhelp.org/   - Information about different areas of the law for people who are handling their own simple civil legal matter. It also has a Chat service that allows the user to chat with someone who can help.

Texas State Law Library - https://www.sll.texas.gov/self-help/ -The State Law Library web site has Self Help information, forms, and links.  Its Ask a Librarian feature allows users to get legal information from a librarian by email.

Important: It is always best to have a lawyer.  The law and court proceedings are complicated, and lawyers have legal training. A lawyer can help you understand your rights and options and help get the best result possible in your case. Sometimes even simple matters can have consequences that you are not aware of or do not understand.

Civil Hearings

Confirmation of Hearing

Instructions for Requesting a Hearing

 


County Judge

Judge Danny Pierce
Judge Danny Pierce
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The Texas Constitution vests broad judicial and administrative powers in the position of County Judge, who presides over a five-member commissioners court, which has budgetary and administrative authority over county government operations.

The County Judge handles such widely varying matters as hearings for beer and wine license applications, hearing on admittance to state hospitals for the mentally ill and mentally retarded, juvenile work permits and temporary guardianships for special purposes. The Judge is also responsible for calling elections, posting election notices and for receiving and canvassing the election returns. The County Judge may perform marriages.

A County Judge in Texas may have judicial responsibility for certain criminal, civil and probate matters - responsibility for these functions vary from county to county. In those counties in which the Judge has judicial responsibilities, the Judge has appellate jurisdiction over matters arising from the justice courts. The County Judge is also head of civil defense and disaster relief, county welfare and in counties under 225,000 population, the Judge prepares the county budget along with the County Auditor or County Clerk.


Criminal District Attorney

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The Walker County Criminal District Attorney's Office is one of the statutory prosecuting authorities in the State of Texas. The primary prosecuting officers are: The County Attorney which generally prosecutes misdemeanor crimes and advises the county on all civil matters; a District Attorney who prosecutes felonies only, and; a Criminal District Attorney which combines the offices of County and District Attorney. Walker County has a Criminal District Attorney with the responsibility of prosecuting all misdemeanors and felonies while advising and representing the county in civil matters. The authority of the Criminal District Attorney is extremely broad. Within his/her jurisdiction, in this case Walker County, the Criminal District Attorney has sole discretion as to whether or not a case is prosecuted. A prosecutor can dismiss a charge or refuse to accept a charge on his own volition and there is no appeal.
 
The District Attorney's Office handles civil matters in addition to its criminal responsibilities. In Walker County the Criminal District Attorney's Office advises the county on civil issues and represents the county in some civil matters. Some civil litigation is handled by private firms. The Criminal District Attorney handles all mental commitments, protective orders, extraditions, renders legal opinions to all elected officials in the county and reviews all contracts entered into by the county. This office also has the responsibility of representing the state in matters involving child abuse and neglect and all juvenile matters before the court.
 
The criminal responsibilities of the Criminal District Attorney's Office are to prepare arrest warrants and search warrants; accept or reject all criminal cases Class "B" and above. This office prepares warrants and presents felony cases to the grand jury at its discretion. Class "C" misdemeanors, which are punishable by fine only, are the only criminal cases that are filed directly with the Justices of the Peace or the Municipal Court without the involvement of the District Attorney's Office. Class "B" and Class "A" misdemeanors are filed by the District Attorney's Office. It is the policy of the District Attorney's Office that all arrest warrants will be prepared and issued through this office. Felony cases (state jail, 3rd, 2nd, 1st degree) and capital cases are all prosecuted by this office.
 
The Criminal District Attorney's Office consists of the Criminal District Attorney, six assistants, three investigators, a victim/witness coordinator, and support staff. The county pays the salaries of all staff while the Criminal District Attorney is paid by the State. Expenses of the office are provided by monies collected on collection of hot checks by the Criminal District Attorney's Office and forfeited funds.
 
The Criminal District Attorney's Office provides a 24 hour on call system for law enforcement. This allows law enforcement to have access to legal advice at any time. Our office encourages such consultation regarding arrests, searches and the filing of appropriate charges to ensure that crimes may be prosecuted and punished. It is only through such cooperation that our legal system can function to serve and protect our community.

District Clerk

Our office hours changed starting August 10, 2016. 

Our office hours are Monday thru Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm

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 We are pleased to offer online access to Case Summaries for those cases that are public record.

Robyn
Robyn Flowers
Walker County District Clerk
The District Clerk's office provides support of the district and county court at law courts in Walker County. The District Clerk is the custodian of all court documents that are a part of any case and is responsible for the security of the records. Additionally, the District Clerk's office is responsible for docketing, indexing and recording, collecting fees, fines and court costs and managing all funds held in litigation; and performs such other duties as are imposed by statute or rule. The office maintains the official court records and receives for filing all documents in felony criminal, family, juvenile, delinquent tax and civil court cases.

According to statutory requirements, the District Clerk's office gathers data and reports to many State and local agencies. This extensive reporting assists the County, the State and the Texas Legislature to determine the proper operation of the courts, the effectiveness of the statutes and the need for changes.

The District Clerk's office is responsible for managing the records so they are easily retrieved for court use and public information. As custodian of permanent records, the Clerk must assure that they are preserved and archived. Modern methods and the use of technology to facilitate an ever-expanding office have been emphasized in the District Clerk's office in the past number years.

As a financial officer, the District Clerk's office collects court costs and fines set by statutes which are deposited in the general fund of the County. Other fees are collected and allocated to the State for the benefit of State agencies.


Civil Fee Schedule as of September 1, 2017
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Call the National Domestic Violence Hotline

Support, resources and advice for your safety

1-800-799-SAFE (7233)

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Self Help Resources :
Help for Self Represented Litigants - OCA
http://www.txcourts.gov/programs-services/self-help/self-represented-litigants/
Texas Court Help http://texascourthelp.org/ - Videos and other information in English and Spanish about going through the court system, including information about how to find a lawyer, where to find forms, and how to get ready to go to court. 
Texas Law Help https://texaslawhelp.org/   - Information about different areas of the law for people who are handling their own simple civil legal matter. It also has a Chat service that allows the user to chat with someone who can help.

Texas State Law Library https://www.sll.texas.gov/self-help/ -The State Law Library web site has Self Help information, forms, and links.  Its Ask a Librarian feature allows users to get legal information from a librarian by email.
Supreme Court approved divorce forms.
Protective Order Kit (English)
Protective Order Kit (Spanish)
Important: It is always best to have a lawyer.  The law and court proceedings are complicated, and lawyers have legal training. A lawyer can help you understand your rights and options and help get the best result possible in your case. Sometimes even simple matters can have consequences that you are not aware of or do not understand.

 
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Elections

Diana L. McRae, County Election Officer

 

The mission of the Walker County Elections Department is to conduct fair elections, execute procedures, and provide for accurate and timely election results. We firmly believe it is our duty to treat each voter with respect and dignity. We believe in creating a safe place for voters so they can exercise their right to vote in a polling place with a non-intimidating, supportive environment. We believe in making all polling places fully accessible including the pathway to the polling place. Most importantly, we believe that all voters have the right to cast their ballot independently and in secret. We want to increase public confidence in the electoral process with the highest level of professional election standards, integrity, security, accuracy, and fairness. To that end, we pledge our continuing efforts.

 

Do YOU have what it takes to make a difference?

Click here to learn about becoming an Election Worker

Click here to download the Election Worker Application

Click here to learn about becoming a Deputy Voter Registrar

 

VOTERS: Educate yourself!

üFamiliarize yourself with voting equipment
üNEW: Photo ID requirement law (English and Spanish)

 

 
 

 

 
 

 


Emergency Management

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Emergency Management Operations for Walker County is placed under the direction and control of the Sheriff of Walker County.  Emergency Management is tasked with administering a program of Comprehensive Emergency Management, designed to reduce the vulnerability of the citizens and communities of Walker County to damage, to injury, and to loss of life and property by providing a system for the MITIGATION of, PREPAREDNESS for, RESPONSE to and RECOVERY from natural or man-made disasters.

County Judge Danny PierceEmergency Management Director
936-436-4911
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Sherri PegodaDep. Emergency Management Coordinator
936-435-8740
Email
Joe ConnellCERT Coordinator
936-435-8786
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Human Resources

Facilitate the recruitment, selection, retention, and training of employees, and to promote equitable and cooperative relationships throughout the County government.
 
Description:
The Division is responsible for administration and development of the Personnel Rules and Regulations, legislative compliance, fair and impartial employment services, employee relations, management of the classification and compensation plan, payroll administration, benefit administration, and training.
 
Texas County and District Retirement System
 
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Huntsville, TX 77340
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Huntsville, TX 77340
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Huntsville, TX 77340
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1301 Sam Houston Ave
Room 201
Huntsville, TX 77340
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  • Phone: (936) 435-2489
  • Fax: (936) 435-2491
  • Staff Directory
Patricia  Allen,
County Auditor

  • Phone: (936) 436-4940
  • Fax: (936) 436-4949
  • Staff Directory
  • Office Hours:
    8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Kari French,
County Clerk

  • Phone: (936) 436-4922
  • Staff Directory
  • Office Hours:
    Customer Service Hours
    Monday - Friday
    8:00 AM to 4:30PM
    Closed for Lunch 12 Noon to 1:00 PM

1100 University Ave
Huntsville, TX 77320
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Danny Pierce,
County Judge

1100 University Ave
Room 204
Huntsville, TX 77340
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  • Phone: (936) 436-4910
  • Fax: (936) 436-4914
  • Staff Directory
  • Office Hours:
    M - F: 8:00am to 12:00noon
    1:00pm to 5:00pm
David P.. Weeks,
Criminal District Attorney

1036 11th St
Huntsville, TX 77340
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  • Phone: (936) 435-2441
  • Fax: (936) 435-2449
  • Staff Directory
  • Office Hours:
    M - F: 8:00am to 5:00pm
Robyn  M. Flowers,
District Clerk

1100 University Ave
Room 209
Huntsville, TX 77340
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  • Phone: (936) 436-4972
  • Fax: (936) 436-4973
  • Staff Directory
  • Office Hours:
    Monday - Friday
    8:00am - 4:00pm

1301 Sam Houston Ave
Huntsville, TX 77340
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  • Phone: (936) 436-4959
  • Fax: (936) 436-4961
  • Staff Directory
  • Office Hours:
    Monday-Friday 8:00am - 5:00pm

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Huntsville, TX 77340
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  • Fax: (936) 435-2482
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, PO Box 1207
Huntsville, TX 77342-1207
TX,  77340
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Huntsville, TX 77320
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717 FM 2821 W
Huntsville, TX 77320
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  • Phone: (936) 436-4966
  • Fax: (936) 436-4965
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  • Office Hours:
    M - Th: 8:00am to 5:00pm
    Fri: 8:00am to 12:00noon

102 Tam Rd
Huntsville, TX 77320
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  • Phone: (936) 436-4977
  • Fax: (936) 436-4980
  • Staff Directory
  • Office Hours:
    M - Th: 8:00am to 5:00pm
    Fri: 8:00am to 12:00noon
Mark Holt,
Justice of the Peace

2986 A SH 19 S
Huntsville, TX 77320
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  • Phone: (936) 436-4988
  • Fax: (936) 436-4987
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Huntsville, TX 77320
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Maintenance Director

344 Hwy 75 N
Huntsville, TX 77320
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Huntsville, TX 77340
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Danny Kuykendall,
Commissioner Precinct 1

350 A SH 75 N
Huntsville, TX 77320
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Ronnie White,
Commissioner Precinct 2

123 Booker Rd
Huntsville, TX 77340
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Bill Daugette,
Commissioner Precinct 3

2986 A SH 19
Huntsville, TX 77320
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Jimmy Henry,
Commissioner Precinct 4

9368 SH 75 S
New Waverly, TX 77358
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Clint McRae,
Sheriff

Walker County Sheriffs Departmentbr717 FM 2821 W
Huntsville, TX 77320
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Huntsville, TX 77340
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Amy Klawinsky,
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1301 Sam Houston Ave
Huntsville, TX 77340
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Huntsville, TX 77320
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Huntsville, TX 77340
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Huntsville, TX 77340
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Patricia  Allen,
County Auditor

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Patricia  Allen,
County Auditor

Walker County Auditor Br
Huntsville, TX 77342
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Kari French,
County Clerk

1100 University Ave
Huntsville, TX 77340
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Huntsville, TX 77340
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David P.. Weeks,
Criminal District Attorney

1036 11th St
Huntsville, TX 77340
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Beth Malak,
Victim Assistant

1036 11th St
Huntsville, TX 77340
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Criminal District Attorney

1036 11th St
Huntsville, TX 77340
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1100 University Ave
Huntsville, TX 77340
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Robyn  M. Flowers,
District Clerk

1100 University Ave
Huntsville, TX 77340
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717 FM 2821 W
Huntsville, TX 77320
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Mark Holt,
Justice of the Peace

2986 A SH 19 S
Huntsville, TX 77320
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2986 A SH 19 S
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2986 A SH 19 S
Huntsville, TX 77320
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2986 A SH 19 S
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1021 University Ave
Huntsville, TX 77320
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Marvin Cannon,
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1313 University Ave
Huntsville, TX 77340
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Clint McRae,
Sheriff

Walker County Sheriffs Departmentbr717 FM 2821 W
Huntsville, TX 77320
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Walker County Sheriffs Departmentbr717 FM 2821 W
Huntsville, TX 77320
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Amy Klawinsky,
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1301 Sam Houston Ave
Huntsville, TX 77340
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