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COMMISSIONER PCT 1
Bruce Karbowski

e-mail: cynthia.ivy@co.liberty.tx.us

Telephone:  936-587-4922

County Barn Address:
349 FM 770S
Raywood, TX   77582

Mailing Address:
1923 Sam Houston
Liberty, TX  77575

Staff:
Cynthia Ivy - Administrative Assistant
Randy Humber - Foreman
John W. Wilson - Asst. Foreman

 

Liberty County Commissioner Precinct 1

Areas Served

Dayton (South of Hwy 90, East of FM 1409), Liberty, Ames, Raywood, Devers and Moss Bluff

Hours of Operation

Mon-Thur, 7:00am-5:30pm

For Holidays or Emergencies, contact Sheriff's Office at (936) 336-4500

Pct.1 Garbage Transfer Station Services

Located approximately 3 miles south on FM 770, Hours of operation: Wed, Thur, Fri. & Sat, 7:00 am-5:00 pm.  Phone: 936-587-4417.

Fees


 

  • 1. How do I report my road in need of repair?
    Call (936) 587-4922 to notify us of the problem so that inspection and scheduling of repair can be made.

    2. Are all roads in the precinct maintained by the County?
    Not necessarily. Most roads are, with the exception of private roads, driveways and all state highways.

    3. How do I determine if my road is a county or private road?
    Contact our office and we can probably inform you right away; however, if unclear, research of county records will be conducted and determination will be made.

    4. Is my driveway repairable by the County?
    Only within the confines of the county easement of the road you live on. (Typically, even with telephone poles/lines)

    5. Does the County provide culvert installations?
    On County roads only. Homeowner is responsible for purchase and delivery of culverts. County will install for a fee.  Call Barn for info.

    6. Where can I contact my Commissioner when I need him?
    Typically, the Commissioner is at the County Barn (936) 587-4922 from 7am-7:45am, M-Thur.

    7. How do I contact you for employment?
    You must fill out an application for employment at the county barn in Raywood.

    8. When are Commissioners Court meetings held?
    Typically, the second and fourth Tuesday of each month at 9:00 a.m. To appear and speak on an agenda item, you must pre-register with the County Judge's Office at (936) 336-4665 at least 15 minutes before the scheduled court meeting.

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