Skip Navigation LinksHome
Welcome to the official website for Smith County Click here to search our site...
Do you want to pay District Clerk's court fines and fees? Click here
Do you want to pay County Clerk's court fines and fees? Click here
  
 
Smith County Employees Teach CPR/First Aid to Co-Workers
Juvenile Services employees Toscha Sneed (left) and Ruby Saenz have taught CPR/First Aid to about 30 Smith County employees in seven departments this year.

After unsuccessfully performing CPR on her mother, Ruby Saenz was afraid of becoming an instructor. But after talking to the doctors who tried to treat her mother, who had a massive heart attack, and learning that she did everything right, Ms. Saenz eventually overcame her grief. She has since become passionate about teaching CPR and First Aid to others.

Ms. Saenz works as a Smith County Juvenile Services detention officer and has been a CPR instructor for 11 years. This year, Ms. Saenz has added a new group of classes to her roster. She and Toscha Sneed have been spreading their knowledge to Smith County co-workers by teaching CPR and First Aid to people working in nearly every department.

more information.....
<< <
1
of
4
>
>>
 
Nutritionist Speaks to Smith County Employees
Ashley Johnson, assistent director for WIC, talked about "Savor the Flavor of Eating Right" to more than 20 employees on April 20, 2016.

Nutritionist Ashley Johnson shared tips for eating healthier with Smith County employees on Wednesday for National County Government Month.

Ms. Johnson, assistant director for the Northeast Texas Public Health District WIC Program, is passionate about food and nutrition. She said it is something we can find relevant to everyone.

Ms. Johnson has been a vegan for six years and is training for a fitness competition.

“I’m really into fitness,” she said.

More than 20 Smith County employees attended the free seminar, “Savor the Flavor of Eating Right.”

Ms. Johnson offered tips on cuisine selection, dining out and hydration.

“Be good to your body and overall, you’ll be a happier, healthier individual,” she said.

A few notable tips from Ms. Johnson include:

more information.....
<< <
1
of
1
>
>>
County Residents
Your right to request Public Information. The Texas Government Code, Chapter 552 gives you the right to access government records. Click here for more information.. You may also click here to download and complete an electronic request for information. You may save the form and click the submit button or email it to publicinformationrequest@smith-county.com
Transportation Transportation Services for the Elderly and Individuals with Disabilities- Smith County offers access to transportation for its elderly and disabled citizens through a voucher program. Click here for more information.
Incidents SeeClickFix Incident Reporting. Smith County encourages participation in community service by providing a means for the public to report incidents concerning roads, stray animals, or other public safety activity. Click here for details.
Follow us on
Facebook and Twitter
  
click here to discover more about living in Smith County
County Business - Planning & Finances
View online Smith County Commissioners Court agendas, minutes and videos for regular, special emergency, and executive sessions. Click here for additional information.
Tax Rate Information
Click here to view the Truth in Taxation Summary. To view the Notice of Public Hearing on Tax Increase, click here.
As part of the Financial Transparency Project, view Smith County's Fiscal Year 2016 Proposed Budget. Click here for additional information. To access the State Comptroller's Transparency web site Click here.
County Social Services
Smith County's Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service provides research-based information in agriculture, horticulture, family and consumer science. Click here for more information.
Smith County provides discount prescription drug cards to help people cope with high prescription drug costs. Click here to view more information.
Smith County Veterans Services office assists veterans and/or their survivors in obtaining entitled benefits. Click here to view additional information.
Additional Links and Searches
Residents
Animal Control
Birth Records
Death Records
Downtown Square
Jury Duty
Marriage Licenses
Marriage Ceremonies
Personnel
Roads
S.C.Fit
Truancy
Voter Registration
Business
Contracts and Purchasing
Delinquent Tax Sales
Evictions
Planning and Improvements
Property Taxes
Small Claims Court

Payments and Fees
Court Ordered Fines
County Clerk Filing Fees
District Clerk Filing Fees
Property Taxes
Court Related
Bail Bonds
Felony Appearances
Juvenile Services
Misdemeanor Appearances



Law Enforcement
Current Burn Bans
Environmental Crimes
Hot Check Processing
Public Information Request
Popular Searches
County/District Court
County Jail
Govt Resources
Judicial Records Search
Justice Court
On-Line Auctions
Public Information Request
Smith County Ordinances and Policies
Texas Statutes

Other
County Holidays
Community Incident Reporting
Smith County Texas
100 N. Broadway Tyler, Texas
© Copyright 2013 Smith County - All rights reserved
phone 1.903.590.2600 | email comments@smith-county.com