The Bail Bond Board is responsible for the licensing and regulation of bail bond companies.
Serves the district and county courts by conducting pre-sentence investigations, supervising offenders, collecting court-imposed restitution and fees, and by notifying the courts of a defendant's violation of probation; provides services such as counseling to defendants.
Create countywide awareness and appreciation of historic preservation and its benefits and uses.
Study roadway traffic, plan needed roadway systems; inform the public of congested areas and suggest alternative routes.
Provides educational programs focused on agriculture, health & safety, environmental & land stewardship, and preparing youths for a future in agriculture; access knowledge from Texas A&M University and the U.S. Department of Agriculture.