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Jim Hogg County Courthouse

The 1913 Jim Hogg County Courthouse is the only courthouse the county has ever had. Designed by San Antonio architect Henry T. Phelps, it has been remodeled several times and it's an icon in the Hebbronville skyline.

Vaquero Capitol of Texas and the USA

Since 1883 Hebbronville has enjoyed a solid reputation as the country’s largest cattle-shipping center and, to this day, the area still stands as a major ranching center. This explains why Hebbronville also holds the title of “Vaquero Capitol of Texas and the USA”.

Scotus College

In 1926, Scotus College, a Franciscan seminary moved to Hebbronville from Mexico to escape persecution. It could accommodate up to twenty students preparing for the priesthood.

JIM HOGG COUNTY
P.O. Box 729
Hebbronville, Texas 78361
 
HUMBERTO MARTINEZ
COMMISSIONER PCT. 1
ABELARDO ALANIZ
COMMISSIONER PCT. 2
SANDALI0 RUIZ
COMMISIONER PCT.3
CYNTHIA BETANCOURT
COMMISIONER PCT. 4
 
OFFICE OF THE COUNTY JUDGE HUMBERTO GONZALEZ
 
Public Notice
August 28, 2017
5:00pm - Commissioners’ Courtroom
 
The 2017-2018 fiscal year proposed budget has been filed in the County Clerk's Office. In addition the Commissioners' Court on August 14, 2017, by a vote of 3 to 2 passed an employee cost of living increase of 7% including all elected officials.
 
The 7% increase for all employees will add to the proposed budget approximately $201,456 with benefits
 
The proposed budget including the cost of living increases will not become official until the budget is adopted at the Regular Commissioners Court meeting on September 11, 2017 beginning at 9:30am at the Commissioners Courtroom of the Jim Hogg County Courthouse
 
Humberto Gonzalez
Jim Hogg County Judge
Budget Officer

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