DELTA COUNTY GOVERNMENT
The county government offices
are located in the county courthouse at 200 W. Dallas Avenue in the City of
Cooper. For more information see county web site:
The county is governed by
four commissioners (elected by precinct) and a county judge (elected countywide).
The County Judge and each commissioner has one vote.
County Judge: Herbert Brookshire
200 W. Dallas Ave
Cooper, TX 75432
903-395-4400 ext. 226
Precinct 1 - Rip Templeton
Precinct 2 - Max Moody
Precinct 3 -
Precinct 4 - Mark Brantley
County Offices: Dial 903-395-4400 and select desired extension.
Ext. 221 - County Auditor
Ext. 222 - County Clerk-Jane Jones
Ext. 225 - County Treasurer-Bonnie Hobbs
Ext. 226 - County Judge-Herbert Brookshire
Ext. 228County Tax Assessor-Collector-Dawn Stewart
Ext. 230 - County Agent-
Ext. 232 - County Justice of the Peace-Chuck Reed
Ext. 234 - County Probation
Ext. 235 - County Attorney-Jay Garrett
Appraisal District: 903-395-4118
Sheriff's Office: 903-395-2146
Civic Center: 903-395-4277
Delta County Sheriff Rickey Smith
City of Cooper
Located in the heart of the popular northeast Texas area, approximately 70
miles NE of the Dallas-Ft. Worth metroplex, Cooper is the county seat of
Delta County. It has a population of about 2,200 citizens. Bounded by Paris,
23 miles to the north, Sulphur Springs, 20 miles south, and Commerce, 16
miles west. Cooper is the center of this fertile agricultural greenbelt.
A mayor and five council members who are elected at large govern the City
of Cooper, incorporated in 1887.
The city government administration offices and council chambers are located
in City Hall at 91 Northside Square in downtown Cooper.
Mayor: Scotty Stegall
91 Northside Square
Cooper, TX 75432
Council Members: David Phillips, Mayor Pro-tem
E. J. Cates
W. D. "Bear" Wilkins
City Attorney: Jay Garrett
City Office Numbers:
City Hall - 903-395-2217