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Welcome to Hall County, Texas 

Hall County was formed by the Texas legislature in 1876.  It is located in the southeastern Texas Panhandle and bounded on the north by Donley and Collingsworth Counties, on the east by Childress County, on the south by Motley and Cottle Counties, and on the south by Briscoe County.

Memphis, the county seat, is located on U.S. Highway 287 about ninety miles southeast of Amarillo. Other towns and communities located in Hall County are Brice, Estelline, Lakeview, Lesley, Newlin, Parnell, Plaska, and Turkey. 

Hall County is Under a Burn Ban

Clerks Office Closed March 10, 16, 17 - View Information

Special Announcements

Due to COVID-19, the Hall County Courthouse is under partial lockdown. Here are some key points for you to know:

1. The Hall County Courthouse is remaining open for business at this time, with some limitations per office. This of course is subject to change at any time. We urge you to contact the respective office you intended to visit prior to making that visit.

2. Sanitation stations are located throughout the courthouse.

3. Changes have been made pursuant to State of Texas guidelines for jail operations. Visitation has been and will continue to be suspended at the Hall County Jail until the State Declaration is lifted or expires. Access to the jail facility is limited to essential personnel only. We understand this can be difficult for families of those incarcerated. However, we are working to mitigate the disruption of this process and assure you that inmates will be allowed to contact you through telephonic processes.

4. All emergency response will be available as usual. If you have a life-threatening emergency, call 911. Depending on severity of emergencies, it will be determined which response is appropriate. This decision will be the responsibility of the respective agencies responding.

     We encourage everyone to follow the CDC guidelines regarding limiting exposure to potential infection. We ask that you practice social distancing and we recommend hygienic practices. We are a strong community; we are neighbors willing to help neighbors and together we will weather this storm.