Lubbock County, Texas

State Of Texas - County Of Lubbock

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County Commissioner - Precinct 1


Bill McCay
Lubbock County Courthouse
904 Broadway, Suite 101
Lubbock, TX 79401


The Texas Constitution specifies that the Commissioner's Court is the governing body of the County and is to carry out the administrative and judicial responsibilities for the state.

The main functions performed by the County Commissioner's Court are:

  • To develop and adopt the County's Budget.
  • To set the County tax rate.
  • To provide buildings for use as courts, jail, offices and other support facilities.
  • To hold general and special elections.
  • To fill vacancies for certain elected and appointed officials.
  • To appoint certain boards and commissions.
  • To establish County investment policy and issue bonds.
  • To let contracts in the name of the County.
  • To provide local government for rural residents.
  • To maintain and improve county roads.
  • To provide health care and legal defense for the indigent.
  • To provide and administer libraries, parks, a county hospital, and support for paupers.
Other departments under the authority of Commissioner, Precinct #1:
Road Maintenance Concerns 806-775-1665
Wolfforth Clubhouse Tami Davis 806-855-4144

Contact Us

904 Broadway St, Suite 101, Lubbock, TX 79401
Bill McCay
  • Phone: (806) 775-1335
  • Fax: (806) 775-7950
  • Staff Directory
  • Office Hours:
    Hours of Operation:
    8:00 AM-5:00 PM Monday - Friday
    Closed 12:00PM to 1:00PM

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