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Harris County Government Closures

All of Harris County Government offices, except for public safety,will be closed on Monday 9/11/2017 due to Hurricane Irma. In addition, there will be no trash pickup on Monday 9/11/2017. We will continue to update the site as more information comes in. Please continue to check the website for any possible closures for Tuesday...

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HARRIS COUNTY INCLUDED IN STATE OF EMERGENCY

Governor Deal has added Harris County to the counties included in the State of Emergency. Please be aware of this storm and prepare accordingly. The County’s website will be updated as information comes...

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County to Resurface Various County Roads

The county is preparing to resurface six county roads during September including: • 6.9 miles of Lick Skillet Road from SR 219 to SR 103 • 1.9 miles of Hunter Road from Fortson Road to SR 315 • 2.2 miles of Terry Lane/Krogland Road from Old River Road to the dead-end • 1.1 miles of Vorhees Road from SR 208 to the dead-end • 0.5 miles of Madison Way from SR 85 to the dead-end. • 0.16 miles of Mt. Airy Road Robinson Paving was the low bidder at $1,653,185.05 for all six roads. These six roads will be...

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Hardage Road Paving Update

The Hardage Road paving project is well underway with Robinson Paving clearing the roadway in anticipation of paving. The Board of County Commissioners approved paving Hardage Road from Lower Blue Springs Road to C.T. Walker Road, a distance of 0.61 miles. The county’s Water Works Department will also install a water line to serve the area with water service and fire protection. This road improvement project will have a total cost of about $776,091 with $716,091 allocated from SPLOST-2009 for paving and $60,000 allocated from SPLOST-2014 for the installation of the water line and fire hydrants.  The entire project...

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Harris County Public Library Update

The new county library is under construction on SR 116 adjacent to the county’s community center in Hamilton. The new 15,000 square foot library will be three times as large as the current library on N. College Street. The new state-of-the-art library will contain many amenities including children areas, teen rooms, adult area, computer lab, maker space, three conference rooms, business center, a 45-50 seat meeting space, staff offices, plenty of comfortable seating, internet, and an outside patio. The $5.1M library construction is being funded by SPLOST-2009, SPLOST-2014, state funds, and generous public donations. The new library is scheduled...

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Meetings & Events

  • Tue, November 21 2017
    Board of Commissioners
    7:00 pm @ Harris County Courthouse, Room 223

  • Thu, November 23 2017
    County Holiday: Offices Closed
    12:00 am @

  • Fri, November 24 2017
    Day After Thanksgiving
    12:00 am @