Commissioner's Court

Comm-Judge Photo

Due to COVID-19 and to help maintain safe distance, Commissioners Court is now being conducted virtually via Zoom.

  • Commissioners Court meetings will be held in the Commissioners Courtroom located in Room 104 of the Walker County Courthouse.
  • Anyone wishing to address the Court on a particular agenda item should appear via Zoom.
  • A Zoom station will be available in the 1st floor hallway outside of the Commissioners Courtroom for anyone needing to address the court that does not have the ability to join via the Zoom meeting.
  • Citizen’s Input forms are to be completed and returned prior to the beginning of each meeting.
  • Commissioners Court will be remotely accessible via Zoom from the following link HERE.
  • You may also view live and past Commissioners Court via Youtube Live by clicking HERE.

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)