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
Road improvements to County Road 168, in front of Hazel Owens Elementary School, are complete.
Smith County officials are investigating a house fire that left one person dead on Monday, August 12.
Smith County Criminal Justice Coordinator Gary Pinkerton is bringing together a panel of community leaders to talk to local youth and their parents during the 2019 Youth Summit on Saturday, August 10.
Jay Brooks was sworn in Monday, July 29, as the Smith County Fire Marshal and Emergency Management Coordinator.
Smith County Road and Bridge crews have started preparation work for a road project that will improve Smith County and City of Troup roads.
Construction is underway on County Road 168, in front of Owens Elementary School.
Jay Brooks was appointed July 9, to serve as the Smith County Fire Marshal.
Esmeralda Delmas has been named Human Resources Director for Smith County.
A portion of County Road 2192 will be closed until further notice for bridge work.
Road construction to a portion of Jim Hogg Road – County Road 431 – is complete.
Smith County Tax Assessor-Collector Gary Barber received the Tax Assessor Collector’s Association of Texas 2019 Distinguished Service Award.
A portion of County Road 1113 – Lake Placid Road -- is closed to traffic for a bridge replacement.
Smith County’s credit rating was upgraded this year by Moody’s Investor Service.
District Judge Jack Skeen Jr. recognized Court Coordinator Denise Langston for her 25 years of service to him and the county.
Out of 128 miles of total road projects planned for the first year of the bond plan, 137 miles of improvements were completed.
Smith County’s first female Fire Marshal, Connie McCoy-Wasson, has announced that she will be retiring from her post this summer after 26 years of service to the county.
After serving the county for a decade, Smith County Administrator and Human Resources Director Leonardo Brown is stepping down to pursue another career opportunity.
When people are faced with losing their property for not paying taxes, Smith County Sheriff’s Deputy Tina Glover tries to make the best of an unpleasant situation.
The Smith County Commissioners Court approved the completion of a road bond project, as well as the start of two more.
May 23: County Road 26 is back open to drivers.