Lubbock County, Texas

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Budget Y
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Meetings
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Elected Officials Y
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Administrative Officials
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Permits, zoning
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Audits Y
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Contracts P
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Lobbying N
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Public records P
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Local taxes P
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Lubbock County, Texas is one of 254 counties in Texas.


Website evaluation

This evaluation was last updated on: an unknown date.

The good

  • Budget
    • The most current budget is listed.
    • Budgets are archived for 8 years.[1]
  • Audits
    • The most recent audit is posted.
    • Audits dating back to 2004 are available.[2]
  • Elected Officials
    • Elected officials are listed with a mailing address, phone number and personalized email.[3]
  • Administrative officials
    • Department heads are listed for each department.[4]
    • Contact information for administrative officials is provided including a mailing address, phone number, and personalized email.
  • Meetings
    • Meeting minutes are archived for 5 years.
    • Meeting agendas are archived for 5 years.
    • A meeting calendar is available and names the times and locations of public meetings.[5]
  • Contracts
    • Bids and RFPs are posted online.[6]
  • Public records
    • The public information officer is identified and maintained by Assistant District Attorney position. This person provides a mailing address, phone number and personalized email.
    • A fee schedule for documents is provided.[7]
  • Taxes
    • Tax revenues are broken down by federal, state, and local funding in the budget.
    • Local taxes, like property taxes, are available online.[8]
  • Audit reports are published.[9][10]
  • Administrative officials
    • Department heads are listed for each department.
    • Contact information for administrative officials is provided including a mailing address, phone number, and personalized email.[11]

The bad

  • Contracts
    • Approved contract statements are not provided for vendors.[12]
  • There is no information on lobbying.
  • Public records
    • A public records request form is not provided.
  • Taxes
    • Residents are not able to pay taxes online.

Commissioner's Court

Member Precinct
Tom Head County Judge
Bill McCay Precinct 1
Mark Heinrich Precinct 2
Gilbert A. Flores Precinct 3
Patti Jones Precinct 4


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