County Know-It-All Random Quiz
From your birth, to marriage and starting family, from building a business to making a will and leaving a legacy for those you love, counties mark your important milestones and keep your most important records safe.
This is not really a traditional court, but rather where the County Commissioners get together with the County Judge to hear from the public and make decisions on how to run the county government. Learn more in this video.
Counties in Texas can typically be divided into four or more precincts for administrative and electoral purposes. The exact number of precincts can vary based on factors such as population size and geographical considerations.
The county judge is the head of emergency management in the county. The judge’s declaration of a disaster puts the local emergency plan into effect. The sheriff and constables offices, along with other offices, may assist in public safety or coordinate the continuation of county services through the disaster.
County Auditors play a crucial role in ensuring the responsible and effective management of a county’s financial resources, protecting public funds, and maintaining public trust in the county government’s financial operations.
The Texas Constitution establishes a county court in each of the state’s 254 counties, although not all of these courts actively perform judicial duties.
A freestone peach has fruit that falls right off the pit. These peaches are perfect for eating, canning, and freezing. You just slice the peach down the middle and pull it right off the pit. They’re available Mid-June to Mid-August.