Commissioners Court


  • 9 a.m.
  • Every Tuesday, except Dec. 27, Jan. 3, Jan. 10, May 30 and July 4
  • 1 Courthouse Drive, Suite 3100
    Commissioners Courtroom
    Denton, TX  76208

Agendas & Minutes

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

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The Honorable Andy Eads
County Judge

County Judge Andy Eads

Andy Eads Contact & Biography

Commissioners Court

Ryan Williams
Commissioner Precinct 1

The Honorable Ryan Williams - Commissioner Precinct 1

Ryan Williams Contact & Biography

Kevin Falconer
Commissioner Precinct 2

The Honorable Kevin Falconer

Kevin Falconer Contact & Biography

Bobbie J. Mitchell
Commissioner Precinct 3

Honorable Bobbie J. Mitchell

Bobbie J. Mitchell Contact & Biography

Dianne Edmondson
Commissioner Precinct 4

Honorable Dianne Edmondson

Dianne Edmondson Contact & Biography

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The Commissioners Court is the general governing body of Denton County. The Court is made up of the County Judge who is elected countywide and presides over the full Court, and the four County Commissioners - each elected from one of the County’s four precincts.

County Commissioners

The four County Commissioners have both countywide and precinct responsibilities. Each commissioner is responsible for construction and maintenance of County roads within his or her precinct. Some Commissioners maintain offices both at 1 Courthouse Drive, Denton, TX 76208 and within their precincts. They are responsive to the particular needs of people living within their areas of the County. In Denton County, each member of Commissioners Court serves as a liaison to a particular board or agency of the County.


Despite the name, Commissioners Court is not a judicial court but is the general governing body of the County. Among the major duties of the Court, the Court is to:

  • Set the tax rate and adopt the County budget
  • Appoint County officials and hire personnel
  • Fill elective and appointive vacancies
  • Establish voting precincts, appoint precinct judges and call County bond elections
  • Let contracts and authorize payment of all County bills
  • Build and maintain County roads and bridges
  • Build, maintain and improve County facilities, including jails
  • Provide for veterans assistance
  • Manage all County facilities
  • Provide for the data service and archival needs of the County

County Clerk’s Office

The County Clerk’s Office provides support staff for the Denton County Commissioner’s Court. The County Clerk is responsible for keeping court minutes and records. These records are kept in the County Clerk’s Office on the first floor of the Denton County Courts Building at 1450 E McKinney Street.

For more information on obtaining copies of documents filed with the County Clerk’s Office, please call 940-349-2010 during regular business hours.