The Smith County Communications Office strives to promote transparency by providing the public with the most accurate, accessible and up-to-date information possible while promoting the county's brand and message of "Striving for Excellence."
Located on the first floor of the Smith County Annex Building
200 E. Ferguson, Suite 100
Tyler, Texas 75702
Email: Casey Murphy
One of Smith County’s major, bond-funded road projects has been completed while another is starting, County Engineer Frank Davis reported August 14, 2018.
The Smith County Animal Shelter will join others around the country on Saturday in hosting a Clear the Shelter event to encourage dog adoptions.
The Smith County Commissioners Court on August 14, approved establishing a Disaster Relief Fund, to be used to take in charitable donations if a disaster strikes.
The Smith County Commissioners Court on August 14 approved new dispatch software that could be a “game changer” for emergency responders.
Smith County launched a new website to make finding public information easier for residents.
On Friday, August 3, Smith County Judge Nathaniel Moran issued a burn ban due to rapidly increasing wildfire conditions.
Smith County Facility Services Director Ed Nichols was honored during Commissioners Court on Tuesday for his 10 years of service to the county.
The Smith County Purchasing Department was recently awarded the 23rd Annual Achievement of Excellence in Procurement Award for 2018 from the National Procurement Institute, Inc.
The Smith County Commissioners Court voted to approve a five-year tax abatement for Wyoming Machinery Company, which plans to start operations on August 1 on a property that has been vacant for years.
The Smith County Fire Marshal’s Office and the Office of Emergency Management have been working diligently on an updated Hazard Mitigation Plan for the county for more than a year.
The Tyler Historic Preservation Board designated Smith County’s Crescent Laundry Building as a Tyler Historic Landmark.
Smith County Juvenile Services Probation Officer Tariq Raza is retiring after serving the county for 20 years.
The Smith County Commissioners Court and Veteran Services Office will hold a summer-long outreach initiative for the local veteran community.