Chapter 61, Health and Safety Code, passed by the First Called Special Session of the Texas 69th Legislature (1985), is intended to ensure that needy Texas residents, who do not qualify for other state or federal health care assistance programs, receive health care services through the County Indigent Health Care Program (CIHCP).
Gather information about employment applications and job opportunities in the county.
Meet the staff of the Information Technology Department.
Justices of the Peace courts adjudicate the class C misdemeanor criminal cases, which are filed in their courts by the various state and county agencies, which are authorized to write citations,
The mission of the Bill Logue Juvenile Justice Center is to provide services that will protect the community from delinquency, to enforce sanctions and offer rehabilitative opportunities that are in the best interest of the juvenile.
County Court Administrator’s Office And Mental Health Court Services
Access contact information for the Office of the Appointed Criminal Attorney.
Find details about the PR Bond Office.
The Purchasing Department is responsible for ordering all material and services to be used in McLennan County.
View information and responsibilities completed by the Sheriff's Office.
Taxes are due on receipt of the tax bill and are delinquent if not paid before February 1 of the year following the year in which imposed.
Learn about the Treasurer responsibilities and functions.
Review utility information and bills for McLennan County.
The Veteran's Office provides information on services available to veterans.