Effective sunrise on January 9, 2018, the Coryell County Order #2017-04 to restrict outdoor burning imposed on December 11, 2017 is reinstated and will remain in effect until sunset on January 22nd when the Commissioners’ Court will reassess the risk of controlled burning. Please conduct all outside activities in a manner to reduce the risk of fire since there will likely be a high demand to use State wide fire fighting resources during the next few days.
Beginning January 1, 2018 new Civil Process service fees will be in effect. Please visit following link for full details.
Coryell County will be accepting bids for Food Servive Vendor. Please use link below to view all requirments.
Coryell County Sheriff, Scott Wiliams, would like to announce our new mission statement. The new mission statement reflects the organization’s updated focus to improve the quality of life through professional services and community partnerships.
Voters went to the polls on Tuesday and elected Scott Williams as the new Sheriff of Coryell County. Williams will take office on January 1st, 2017.
This Commissioners’ Court supports the right of handgun license holders to carry handguns. However, those involved in the judicial process also have a right to safety and security.
On February 8th, 2016, The Coryell County Commissioners Court approved Order 2016-01, Coryell County Carry Handgun Order.