Commissioner Jeff Warr
Jeff Warr has served as Smith County Commissioner for Precinct 1 since 2009.
Precinct 1 is the county’s fastest growing area and includes Southwest Tyler, Bullard, Flint-Gresham, Noonday and part of Lake Palestine.
During his time as Commissioner, he was instrumental in getting the Downtown Jail Expansion and Road and Bridge Bonds passed by voters. He is now in his third term and is heavily involved in the county’s long-term Road Plan.
Commissioner Warr is committed to the county’s "Roadmap to a New Horizon," which includes taxpayer first and common-sense government
Commissioner Warr, a business owner, has been married to Sabrina for more than 30 years. They have one son, who graduated from Texas A&M University, and are active members of Green Acres Baptist Church.
Commissioner Warr has a long history of public service and community involvement in Smith County.
History of Community Involvement/Public Service
- Tyler City Council Member for 2 terms
- Tyler City Council Mayor Pro-tem
- Northeast Texas Regional Mobility Authority, Long-range Planning Chairman
- Tyler Area Chamber of Commerce, Board of Directors & Committe Chair
- Vision 2000 & 2010 Long Range Planning Committees
- Mayor's Anti-Crime Task Force, Chairman
- Tyler Jaycees, Officer and Board of Directors
- Historic Tyler, Board of Directors
- TISD Foundation, Board member
- Alzheimer's Association, Board member
- Tyler Area Chamber of Commerce
- Bullard Chamber of Commerce
- Tyler Lion's Club
- Smith County Republican Club
- Smith County Republican Womens Club Affiliate
- National Rifle Association
- Ducks Unlimited
- Aircraft Owners & Pilot Association
- 32nd Degree Master Mason
- International Student Program with American Leadership Study Group
- Attended Tyler Junior College and Stephen F. Austin State University
- Earned a Master Tree Farmer Certificate
- Held a Professional Insurance License for over 20 years
Smith County Annex Building
200 E. Ferguson, Suite 100
Tyler, Texas 75702
Phone: (903) 590-4601