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COUNTYWIDE BURN BAN HAS BEEN LIFTED FOR WHARTON COUNTY AS OF SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 2020. BURN BAN OFF.

Welcome to Wharton County, Texas


Texas Governor Greg Abbott is requesting citizen participation in an online survey to collect damage assessment data from the February 2021 Winter Weather Event. To view the detailed information from Wharton County Office of Emergency Management click here 
To go to the survey webpage directly click here
You may, also, qualify for property tax exemption for 2021.  For more information click here

Effective May 4, 2020, most Wharton County Office Buildings will be open to the public for both walk-in and appointment meetings.  Patrons are encouraged to wear face coverings where possible and 6 feet social distancing is recommended. Please review the County Office Accessibility Public Notice from Wharton County Judge Phillip Spenrath for details and additional recommendations click here 



Elections
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Pipelines and Utilities
Pipelines and other underground utility lines crisscross our yards, neighborhoods and community. Because we can't see them, we seldom think about their location, potential hazards and tips for keeping them safe. Visit the Texas Pipeline Awareness Alliance Website at http://pipeline-safety.org to learn more about the pipelines near your home or business. Access information in Spanish at http://pipeline-safety.org/espanol/.

 

Rules for Outdoor Burning provided by Texas Commission on Environmental Quality click here

Fair Housing Advocate click here