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500 E. San Antonio
El Paso, Texas 79901
Phone (915) 546-2000
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  • Adult Probation
    Also known as West Texas Community Supervision, this office provides supervision and community corrections services for offenders. West Texas Community Supervision offers victim restitution programs, community service restitution and a graffiti wipe out program, in addition to collecting court-assessed fines and program fees for the County.

  • Associate Judges
    Associate Judges handle divorce, child support cases and other family matters.

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  • CASA of El Paso
    Court Appointed Special Advocates trains and supports court appointed volunteers to advocate for abused and neglected children who need representation in the family court system, serving these children's best interests quickly and efficiently.

  • Code of Ethics
    The first county Code of Ethics in the state of Texas regulates the conduct of certain county officials, all department heads, committee members, board members, commission members and most county employees to ensure the highest standard of public conduct.

  • Coliseum
    The El Paso County Coliseum is managed by the El Paso Sports Commission, Inc. The Coliseum hosts a variety of events throughout the year, including Disney on Ice and the Southwestern Livestock Show and Rodeo.

  • Commissioner 1
    Commissioner Carlos Leon represents the East section of El Paso County.

  • Commissioner 2
    Commissioner Sergio Lewis represents the Central section of El Paso County.

  • Commissioner 3
    Commissioner Vincent Perez represents the Far East/Southeast section of El Paso County.

  • Commissioner 4
    Commissioner Patrick Abeln represents the West/Northwest section of El Paso County.

  • Communications
    Communications provides telecommunication and information service to the public and to County government departments. This includes maintaining phone and fax lines, modems, and special circuits. The department is on-call 24 hours a day.

  • Constables
    The Constables are officers of the peace that serve respectively in each of seven county precincts.

  • Constable Pct 1 Robert P. White
  • Constable Pct 2 Jeremiah M. Haggerty
  • Constable Pct 3 Hector Bernal
  • Constable Pct 4 Luis Aguilar
  • Constable Pct 5 Manny Lopez
  • Constable Pct 6 Javier Garcia
  • Constable Pct 7 Angie Sommers

  • Council of Judges Administration
    The Council of Judges staff assists the District and County Courts with their criminal, civil, and family dockets. It also provides temporary staff assistance for the bailiffs, court coordinators and interpreters.

  • County Attorney
    County Attorney represents the County in civil lawsuits and provides general legal advice to the members of Commissioners Court during Court meetings with respect to the performance of their official duties. The office also provides a "hot check" collection service.

  • County Auditor
    The auditor oversees accounting, payroll, budgets, assets and finances for the County. This office monitors all financial activities for compliance with County policies, as well as with Federal and State laws and regulations.

  • County Clerk
    The County Clerk files, indexes and transcribes documents, and safeguards information for use by the general public and other County departments (includes records of all judgments, payments, and warrants).

  • County Court at Law 1
    Judge Ricardo Herrera. Criminal cases such as: DWI, family violence, bond forfeitures, burglaries, prostitution.

  • County Court at Law 2
    Judge Julie Gonzalez, Suite 801. Criminal cases such as: DWI, family violence, bond forfeitures, burglaries, prostitution.

  • County Court at Law 3
    Judge Javier Alvarez. Civil cases such as: workers compensation, damages, evictions, asbestos, JP appeals, condemnations, wrongful terminations.

  • County Court at Law 4
    Judge Alejandro Gonzalez. Criminal and Civil cases.

  • County Court at Law 5
    Judge Carlos Villa. Civil cases such as: workers compensation, damages, evictions, asbestos, JP appeals, condemnations, wrongful terminations.

  • County Court at Law 6
    Judge M. Sue Kurita. Criminal and Civil cases.

  • County Court at Law 7
    Judge Thomas Spieczny. Civil cases such as: workers compensation, damages, evictions, asbestos, JP appeals, condemnations, wrongful terminations.

  • County Criminal Court at Law 1
    Judge Alma Trejo. Criminal cases such as: DWI, family violence, bond forfeitures, burglaries, prostitution.

  • County Criminal Court at Law 2
    Judge Robert Anchondo. Criminal cases such as: DWI, family violence, bond forfeitures, burglaries, prostitution.

  • County Criminal Court at Law 3
    Judge Carlos Carrasco. Criminal cases such as: DWI, family violence, bond forfeitures, burglaries, prostitution.

  • County Criminal Court at Law 4
    Judge Jesus Herrera. Criminal cases such as: DWI, family violence, bond forfeitures, burglaries, prostitution.

  • County Courts at Law Administration
    Each County Court at Law hears both civil and criminal cases.

  • County Judge
    The County Judge Veronica Escobar serves as the chief administrative officer of county government, and presides over its governing body, the Commissioners Court.

  • Courthouse Cafeteria - (915) 351-1232
    The Courthouse Cafeteria is located in the lower level of the El Paso County Courthouse.

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  • District Attorney
    The District Attorney prosecutes state cases in Culberson, El Paso and Hudspeth counties (34th Judicial District). This office also administers the Victim Assistance Program for victims of misdemeanor, felony, and juvenile crimes.

  • District Clerk
    The District Clerk serves as registrar, recorder, and custodian of all court pleadings, instruments, papers that are part of any cause of action in certain courts. This office also coordinates the notification, swearing and impaneling of jurors, secures court records, maintains court dockets, collects fees and issues writs, citations, warrants and executions.

  • District Courts
    Each District Court in the County has jurisdiction over criminal and civil cases. The Court sets hearings for pleas, arraignments, summary judgments, default judgments, pre-trial hearings and motions.

  • Domestic Relations
    The Domestic Relations Office specializes in Family Law assistance and enforcement as authorized under chapters 202 and 203 of the Texas Family Code.

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  • Emergency Management
    Information about emergency services.

  • El Paso Community MHMR Center
    El Paso Mental Health and Retardation Center offers treatment, life skills programs and other services for mentally ill citizens of El Paso County.

  • Elections
    The Elections Department conducts elections for government and other public entities within the County. The Elections Administrator is also the voter registrar for the County of El Paso.

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  • Facilities Management
    Facilities Management is responsible for the maintenance, operation and housekeeping duties of all County-owned buildings.

  • Family & Community Services
    To provide a safe and healthy quality of life that enables people to thrive and reach their potential through the efficient, effective use of County community and social service programs.

  • Fleet Manager
    The Fleet Manager (management) is a department under the direct control of the El Paso County Commissioners Court. The department's core services include monitoring, coordinating, and advising on all County vehicles to include acquisition, maintenance and disposal.

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  • General Assistance
    To provide a safe and healthy quality of life that enables people to thrive and reach their potential through the efficient, effective use of County community and social service programs.

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  • History Information
    The What, Where, When, Why, How, And Who of El Paso County and its Government.

  • Human Resources
    Human Resources handles personnel and risk management issues. It is responsible for staffing, wage and salary administration, record keeping, and maintaining a current employee database. Other duties also include: loss prevention, loss control, insurance and monitoring results to minimize significant financial loss.

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  • Information Technology Department
    The Information Technology Department (ITD) provides processing and programming support for administrative applications including: accounting, budgeting, elections, the criminal justice information system and traffic warrants, among others. ITD supports the jail and warrant systems 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

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  • Law Library
    The Library serves not only the Bench and Bar of El Paso but the general public as well. Since opening on May 23, 1950, the Library has become one of the largest and most progressive in West Texas.

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  • Medical Examiners
    The Office of the Medical Examiner conducts death investigations and autopsies of suspicious or unexpected deaths in El Paso County. The Medical Examiner also authorizes cremations, reports viable tissue candidates to the local tissue bank and assists families with funeral arrangements, among other services.

  • Mental Health Support Services
    The department works with other entities to maximize resources in a cost effective manner, prevent duplication of efforts, and provide a continuum of care for those involved in multiple systems.

  • Municipal Court (City)
    The Municipal Court is a court of record which handles Class C misdemeanors and civil parking citations issued within the El Paso city limits. This court is not operated by the County government and is listed here as a courtesy.

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  • Nutrition Program
  • A senior nutrition program providing a 1/3 Required Dietary Allowance noon time meal to El Pasoans 60 years of age or older.

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  • Parking Garage
    The County parking facility was built to provide adequate parking for jurors summoned to the County Courthouse for jury duty.

  • Parks & Recreation
    Spanning 1,000 acres, Ascarate Park features an 18-hole golf course, lake, lakeside boardwalk, fully-equipped aquatic center, playgrounds and picnic facilities.

  • Probate Courts
    The County Probate Court handles all probate matters of El Paso County, including wills, estates, guardianships of adults and minors and mental health proceedings.

  • Public Defender
    The Public Defender provides legal representation for indigent defendants in felony criminal cases.

  • Public Works Department
    El Paso County Public Works provides certain infrastructure for unincorporated areas of the county. Public Works also manages most County parks, the Fabens Airport, the Pauper Cemetery, Certificates of Compliance and more.

  • Purchasing
    Purchasing buys all materials, supplies, services and equipment for the County. This offices also administers property control and tracking of fixed assets for the County.

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  • Sheriff
    The Sheriff's Department is responsible for enforcing all laws within the El Paso County.

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  • Tax Assessor-Collector
    The "Tax Office" collects property taxes for the County. Currently, the City of El Paso collects property taxes for all taxing entities by an interlocal governmental agreement approved by Commissioners Court. The Tax Office also collects state and county fees, automotive license renewals and registrations, title transfers, beer, wine and liquor licenses, occupational permits, and hotel occupancy taxes.

  • Texas AgriLIFE Extension
    The Extension promotes the development of agriculture, agribusiness and the environment in the County through training and services. The Extension works closely with Texas A&M Research & Extension Center, as well as with other entities in the community.

  • Title IV-D (Child Support)
    Associate Judge Atonio Rodrigez. for Child Support cases.

  • Transit, County
    Routes and schedules for all county bus routes.

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  • Veterans Assistance
    This program provides assistance for veterans and their dependents in any manner pertaining to the Department of Veterans Affairs and helps to administer the veterans programs of the State of Texas.

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  • West Texas Community Supervision
    Also known as Adult Probation, this office provides supervision and community corrections services for offenders. West Texas Community Supervision offers victim restitution programs, community service restitution and a graffiti wipe out program, in addition to collecting court-assessed fines and program fees for the County.

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