Commissioners Court

The Commissioners Court serves as the main governing body of Chambers County and plays a crucial role in overseeing various county functions. Commissioners Court is composed of each precinct's commissioners and the County Judge.

  1. Jimmy Gore

    Jimmy Gore

    Commissioner Precinct 1

  1. Mark Tice

    Mark Tice

    Commissioner Precinct 2

  1. Tommy Hammond

    Tommy Hammond

    Commissioner Precinct 3

  1. Ryan Dagley

    Ryan Dagley

    Commissioner Precinct 4

Responsibilities of the Commissioners Court


The Commissioners Court is responsible for approving the county's annual budget. This includes allocating funds to various county departments, setting the property tax rate, and ensuring that county resources are effectively managed.

County Policy

The Court helps establish and enforce county policies, ordinances, and regulations. This can include making decisions related to land use, zoning, and other county regulations.


The Court oversees the administration of the county. This involves managing county employees, resources, and services to ensure the efficient operation of the county government.


Commissioners Court is responsible for overseeing and funding major infrastructure projects, including the construction and maintenance of county roads and bridges.

Emergency Management

The Court plays a key role in emergency management and disaster response within the county. It coordinates with emergency management agencies and takes necessary actions to protect residents during emergencies and disasters.

Community Representation

Members of the Commissioners Court serve as representatives of their precincts and the county as a whole. They hold public meetings, address constituent concerns, and advocate for the needs and interests of their precincts at the county level.

Legal Matters

The Court often handles legal matters affecting the county, including approving contracts, settlements, and other legal decisions.


The Court may appoint individuals to various county boards and commissions, such as those related to health, housing, or law enforcement.


The Commissioners Court helps set and collect property taxes and other local taxes to fund county operations and services.


  • 9:30 AM
  • Every 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month
  • County Courtroom
    404 Washington Avenue
    Anahuac, TX 77514

Agendas & Minutes

Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.

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