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LLANO COUNTY, Texas

Pronounced: "LAN oh"

"Deer Capital of Texas", "Bluebonnet Capital of Texas", "Land of Legend and Lure"

County Seat: LlanoEst: 1856
County Borders: N: San Saba; E: Burnet; S: Gillespie; SE: Blanco; W: Mason
Tax Rate (2013): County: $0.3245; MUD 1: $0.28780; ISD: $0.16800; Road Dist 1: $0.05000
Population (2011): 19,181Businesses (2010): 427COL Index (2008): 84.7
Zip Codes: 607, 609, 639, 643, 657, 672, 831, 885
Area Codes: 325, 512, 737, 830Time Zone: CST
Center Line Coordinates: 30° 45' N; 98° 40' W
Major Highways: TX 16, 29, 71
Creeks: SandyRivers: Llano, ColoradoLakes: Buchanan, Inks, LBJ (see Highland Lakes)
Area: 934 smElevation: 800 to 2,000 ft


BACKGROUND INFORMATION

CITIES & TOWNS IN THIS COUNTY: Baby Head; Blue Lake; Bluffton; Buchanan Dam; Castell; Deerhaven; Horseshoe Bay; Kingsland; Llano; Lone Grove; Oxford; Stolz; Sunrise Beach; Tow; Valley Spring Llano County Courthouse

All of Llano County is within the Texas Hill Country. For our definition of the boundaries of the Texas Hill Country, see: Definition & Maps.

COUNTY GOVERNMENT:
  • County Judge: Mary S. Cunningham
    801 Ford St, Rm 101, Llano, TX 78643
    325-247-7730; Fax: 325-247-7732
    Web: www.co.llano.tx.us; Email: LlanoCountyJudge@co.llano.tx.us

  • LLANO COUNTY COURTHOUSE: Located in Llano on the Courthouse Square, at 801 Ford St. Built 1893; designed by A.O. Watson and Jacob Larmour, in Romanesque Revival style. Trimmed in Texas red sandstone, marble and granite. One of the few remaining Texas courthouses built before 1990. Previous courthouse burned in 1892. See more history about the courthouse and area at the Portal profile for Llano.
COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS:
  • Llano County Courthouse, in the early daysCapital Area Council Of Governments (CAPCOG)
    Ofc: 512-916-6000, Fax: 512-916-6001
    6800 Burleson Rd, Bldg 310, Ste 165, Austin, TX 78744
    Web: www.capcog.org, Email: bvoights@capcog.org
CHAMBER, TOURISM & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT: Nothing formal

PRINCIPAL BUSINESS: Tourism, agriculture, ranching

EVENT CALENDAR: For full details on these and nearby events see Festivals & Major Events, Trade Days & Farmers Markets, Live Entertainment, and calendars on our other focus topic pages accessible from the menu above.

WEATHER: Local Weather; Hill Country-wide Weather

MEDIA COVERAGE: See full details in Directory below. MAPS:
  • Local Google: Map
  • Llano County: Map
  • Hill Country Special: Maps
HISTORY:
  • Handbook Of Texas Online: TSHATXGenWeb
  • County TXGenWeb Project: Genealogical/historical information, including cemeteries, markers, maps, census data, surname queries): TXGenWeb
  • Llano County Historical Commission: See full details in Directory below.
  • More History: See Portal city profiles in list shown above, including Llano
CEMETERIES: See listings in each town, and: Llano County Cemetery Photos, Facts & Directions

OTHER PROFILES: City Data; ePodunk; TXCIP; US Census Quick Facts; Wikipedia

NOTES: For Buchanan, Inks and Lake LBJ dams (see Highland Lakes)

We welcome inquiries, comments and submission of updates, additions, corrections & digital photos,
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BUSINESS & ORGANIZATION DIRECTORY


COUNTY GOVERNMENT


LLANO COUNTY, JUDGE: Mary S Cunningham; 325-247-7730; Fax: 325-247-7732; 801 Ford St, Rm 101, Llano, TX 78643. www.co.llano.tx.us; LlanoCountyJudge@co.llano.tx.us

LLANO COUNTY, COMMISSIONERS:
  • PRECINCT 1: 830-598-2296; 101 Ferguson Rd, Horseshoe Bay, TX 78657
  • PRECINCT 2: 512-793-6181; Buchanan Dam, TX 78609
  • PRECINCT 3: 325-388-3092; Kingsland, TX 78639
  • PRECINCT 4: 325-247-3783; Llano, TX 78643
LLANO COUNTY, CONSTABLES:
  • PRECINCT 1: 830-598-2296; 101 Ferguson Rd, Horseshoe Bay, TX 78657
  • PRECINCT 2: 512-793-2332; Buchanan Dam, TX 78609
  • PRECINCT 3: 325-388-6215; Kingsland, TX 78639
  • PRECINCT 4: 325-247-3178; Llano, TX 78643
LLANO COUNTY, APPRAISAL DISTRICT: 325-247-3065; 103 E Sandstone, Llano, TX 78643. www.llanocad.com

LLANO COUNTY, ATTORNEY: 325-247-7733; Llano, TX 78643

LLANO COUNTY, AUDITOR: 325-247-3783; Llano, TX 78643

LLANO COUNTY, CLERK: 325-247-4455; Llano, TX 78643

LLANO COUNTY, DISTRICT CLERK: 325-247-5036; 832 Ford St, Llano, TX 78643

LLANO COUNTY, ELECTIONS OFFICE: 325-247-5425; 1447-A TX 71 E, Llano, TX 78643

LLANO COUNTY, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE:
  • PRECINCT 1: 830-598-2296; 101 Ferguson Rd, Horseshoe Bay, TX 78657
  • PRECINCT 2: 512-793-2332; 17619 TX 29 E, Buchanan Dam, TX 78609
  • PRECINCT 3: 325-388-6215; 108 Chamberlain St, Kingsland, TX 78639
  • PRECINCT 4: 325-247-3178; 2001-B TX 16 N, Llano, TX 78643
LLANO COUNTY, LIBRARY SYSTEM: 325-247-5248; 102 E Haynie, Llano, TX 78643. http://llano-library-system.net. The Llano County Library System Foundation (LCLSF) supports the Llano County Library System, at www.llanocountylibrarysystemfoundation.org

LLANO COUNTY, SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT: 325-247-5050; 325-247-5767; 2001 TX 16 N, Ste A, Llano, TX 78643. Sheriff Bill Blackburn. Email: lcso@co.llano.tx.us. Facebook

LLANO COUNTY, TAX ASSESSOR-COLLECTOR: 325-247-4165; 100 W Sandstone, Llano, TX 78643

LLANO COUNTY, 911 ADDRESSING: 325-247-2039; Llano, TX 78643


STATE & FEDERAL OFFICES LOCATED IN THIS COUNTY
THAT REPRESENT THE TEXAS HILL COUNTRY



DISTRICT COURTS AND DISTRICT ATTORNEY: See State & Federal Offices. Includes the 33rd and 424th District Courts.

AgriLife TEXAS A&M AGRILIFE EXTENSION SERVICE OFFICE - LLANO COUNTY:
325-247-5159; 1447 TX 71 E, Unit E, Llano, TX 78643.
Web: http://llano.agrilife.org, Email: llano-tx@tamu.edu
See full Focus Topic Profile on: AgriLife

TEXAS DEPT OF MOTOR VEHICLES: 325-247-5488 (Driver Licenses); 325-247-4165 (Vehicle Registration); 100 W Sandstone, Llano, TX 78643. Drivers licenses & vehicle registration

TEXAS PARKS & WILDLIFE GAME WARDEN: 325-247-5767; Llano, TX 78643; Also for hunting & fishing licenses

TEXAS WORKFORCE CENTER (Rural Capital Area of Texas): 325-248-0275; POB 29, Llano, TX 78643

USPO US POST OFFICE: www.usps.com
  • 325-347-6595; 7866 TX 29 E, Art, TX 76820-9817
  • 325-379-9876; 11725 RR 2241, Bluffton, TX 78601
  • 512-793-2513; 17727 TX 29 E, Buchanan Dam, TX 78609
  • 325-247-3117; 19479 RR 152, Castell, TX 76831-3000
  • 830-598-8773; 9740 FM 2147 W, Horseshoe Bay, TX 78657
  • 325-388-4275; 1901 FM 1431 W, Kingsland, TX 78639
  • 325-247-4547; 819 Berry St, Llano, TX 78643
  • 915-388-3470; 103 Sunrise Dr, Sunrise Beach, TX 78643
  • 325-379-2281; 16910 RR 2241, Tow, TX 78601
  • 325-247-4879; 11936 TX 71 W, Valley Spring, TX 76885-9998

STATE & FEDERAL OFFICES LOCATED ELSEWHERE
THAT REPRESENT THE TEXAS HILL COUNTRY

Click: State & Federal Offices

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EMERGENCIES
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CRIME STOPPERS-REPORT ANONYMOUSLY: 1-800-222-8477; or click: Stoppers

SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT: 325-247-5050/5767

FIRE: Call Llano County Sheriff's Office: 325-247-5767

LLANO COUNTY EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES (EMS): 325-247-3088; www.cityofllano.com/index.php/citygovernment/cityservices/ems

Attention-Emergencies & Disasters DISASTER & EMERGENCY SERVICES: Beyond dialing 911 for emergency services (police, fire, rescue), when a major destructive event occurs (wind damage, flooding, explosion, wildland fire, mass casualty incidents, terrorism, etc.), response services are organized based on the disaster coverage area and severity:
  • EMERGENCY SHELTERS & LOCAL RELIEF SERVICES MOSTLY WITHIN A CITY: Depending on local needs and incident circumstances, check with local service and information organizations and locations that can be found on the Portal city page for each town/city, per the above Portal menu at the top of each page. On these city pages you can determine their open/close status and scope of services (shelter, showers, food, clothing, financial, essential supplies, other) presently offered, and donations (food, clothing, cash, other) they will accept. Their scope can change quickly based on the extent of damage and needs. The city pages also include emergency contacts for major utilities that are often affected during such incidents, including power, water, communications, etc.
  • MULTIPLE CITY OR COUNTY-WIDE INCIDENTS: See County Judge's office for Emergency Management, and Sheriff's Dept above.
  • MULTIPLE COUNTY INCIDENTS: See our Portal Focus Topic Page on Emergency Services for comprehensive information on area-wide emergency resources and contacts (Red Cross, TCEQ, Alert Systems, etc.).
  • CAPCOG EMERGENCY ALERT SYSTEM: 866-484-3264; Web Sign-Up. A free, automated system whereby you can be notified (via phone call, text, or mobile app) by your local emergency response team in the event of emergency situations or critical community alerts. Examples: evacuation notices, bio-terrorism alerts, boil water notices, severe weather and missing child reports.


CRISIS HOTLINES: click Hotlines-Emergencies



COUNTY-WIDE NON-PROFITS, PUBLIC SERVICE & SOCIAL SERVICE ORGANIZATIONS


Red Cross AMERICAN RED CROSS, Central Texas Chapter:
512-928-4271; 800-928-4271;
2218 Pershing Dr, Austin, TX 78723. www.centex.redcross.org. A humanitarian organization led by volunteers and guided by its Congressional Charter and the fundamental principles of the International Red Cross Movement, that provides relief to victims of disasters and helps people prevent, prepare for and respond to emergencies. Serves Burnet, Hays, Llano, Travis & Williamson counties.

HILL COUNTRY CHILDREN'S ADVOCACY CENTER: 512-756-2607; POB 27, 1001 N Hill St, Burnet, TX 78611. "Believe the Hurt, Begin the Healing", Serves Blanco, Burnet, Lampasas, Llano, Mason & San Saba Counties. Multi-disciplinary agency facilitates the prevention, detection, investigation and treatment of Child Abuse. Provides free services to abused children and their families. Agency provides services to physically and sexually abused children, witnesses, non-offending family members, and the professionals dedicated to helping victims. Provides video-taped forensic interviews, written statement assistance, on-site medical examinations, evaluations, and referrals. Annual fund-raising event: Pedal Power Wildflower Ride. www.hccac.org

HILL COUNTRY COMMUNITY ACTION ASSOCIATION: 325-247-4662; 1110 Berry St, Llano, TX 78643. www.hccaa.com. Dedicated to providing opportunities and resources to improve the lives of Central Texans. Promote the reduction of poverty, the revitalization of low-income communities, and the empowerment of families and individuals in our service area to achieve economic self-sufficiency and maintain personal independence. Serves counties of: San Saba, Mills, Llano, Mason, Bell, Coryell, Hamilton, Lampasas and Milam.

HILL COUNTRY TRANSIT DISTRICT (aka HOP): 1-800-791-9601; www.takethehop.com. Available for all Llano County residents. Call dispatch to schedule a ride. The cost is by donation for residents 65 and older, and minimal for everyone else. HOP can take people to local stores, beauty shops or meetings, but it also provides trips for medical appointments as far as Round Rock, Temple and even San Antonio. Also provides transportation for kids to after-school programs and functions, as well as Medicaid runs wherever the person needs to go for their appointment. Llano County HOP has nine buses and seven drivers available for service. Two of the buses are stationed in Kingsland. The Hill Country Transit District covers nine counties, which equates to about 9,000 square miles.

LLANO COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY: 325-247-4849; POB 434, Llano, TX 78643

LLANO COUNTY LIBRARY SYSTEM: 325-247-5248; 102 E Haynie St, Llano, TX 78643. http://llano-library-system.net

(THE) LLANO COUNTY LIBRARY SYSTEM FOUNDATION (LCLSF): Supports the Llano County Library System. ef="http://www.llanocountylibrarysystemfoundation.org" target="_blank">www.llanocountylibrarysystemfoundation.org
TFB TEXAS FARM BUREAU - LLANO COUNTY: 325-247-4161; 303 E TX 71, Llano, TX 78643.
texasfarmbureau.org.
A county-wide non-profit, providing a political voice regarding agriculture,
as well as insurance, financing and education services.

US REPRESENTATIVE MICHAEL CONAWAY, CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 11: County Annex, 104 W. Sandstone, Llano, TX 78643: 325-247-2826, fax: 325-247-2676. http://conaway.house.gov/

VETRIDES: www.burnetcountytexas.org/default.aspx?name=constable.pct2. Program assists veterans and their families with transportation to and from Veterans Administration hospitals, veterans services offices, pharmacies, grocery and retail stores. Available in Burnet, Llano and Lampasas counties. To request a RIDE: 877-8S1~8VET(838) or 830-613-9982

Note: See chamber, tourism & economic development listings in profile section above.

Note: For Hill Country-wide non-profits, public service and social service organizations, see Hill Country Information




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