What Does a County Commissioner Do?
All Texas counties are governed by a 5-member Commissioner Court as established in the State Constitution. Each county is divided by population into four equal Commissioner's districts (Road & Bridge Districts), from which each Commissioner is elected.
Ever wonder what Commissioners Court is like? Find the standard agenda here.
Dallas County Boards, Committees and Commissions
Find the list of current initiatives Dallas County is involved in.
Volunteering for Service on County Boards and Commissions
The Dallas County Commissioners Court appoints a number of Boards and Commissions which advise and assist in governing County programs. Volunteers are always needed for appointments!
Open Records Request
Under Texas law (Government Code, Chapter 552), the public has the right to access most Dallas County records. Information that is not confidential by law, will be prompltly released upon request.
Dallas County Code
The Dallas County Code is the codification of Court Orders representing the policies and procedures of Dallas County. The Code is revised and updated on a quarterly basis.
Dallas County Strategic Plan
Dallas County’s first strategic plan was formally adopted by the Commissioners Court and developed over an eighteen-month period.
Commissioner Court Links