La Salle County Courthouse rededicated
Welcome to La Salle County
Welcome to our website
Welcome to La Salle County’s Official Website. We hope to make available here important information to help enhance your quality of life and to further your participation in county government. While this new site is still in only the beginning stages, we will strive to provide you with some information about our community, county government, elected officials and their offices, county departments, as well as provide some online services and access to forms available for download.
La Salle County government officials all strive to be accessible and responsive to the needs of our citizens. We are committed to providing excellent public service through the values of leadership, open government, fairness, respect and teamwork.
We hope this site will continue to be a valuable resource for you and welcome any suggestions you may have. Welcome to La Salle County!
La Salle County Sheriff Dept. (07-05-2015)
It is with heavy hearts that we announce the death of Correctional Officer Angelica Martinez. Martinez was a C/O at our Encinal facility. We ask that you pray for her children, family, friends and co-workers during this difficult time. Laredo PD has charged a suspect in her murder and we pray for justice.
Our condolences to Angelica's family and friends from all of the La Salle County Government personnel.
La Salle County Firefighters and friends participate with County Food Bank activities on this 2014 Thanksgiving Weekend in Cotulla.
Nov 25, 2014
La Salle County Clerk, Margarita A. Esqueda, would once again like to remind voters that photo identification is required for voting in person.
“We are working to make sure all voters understand the new ID requirements and have all the information they need to cast their ballots,” said Esqueda.
A voter will be required to show one of the following forms of photo identification at the polling location before the voter will be permitted to cast a vote:
- Texas driver license issued by the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS)
- Texas Election Identification Certificate issued by DPS
- Texas personal Identification card issued by DPS
- Texas concealed handgun license issued by DPS
- United States military identification card containing the person’s photograph
- United States citizenship certificate containing the person’s photograph
- United States passport
County of La Salle, State of Texas
Martinez Park Improvements Ground Breaking
January 21, 2014
The Martinez Park Improvement project will feature four competition grade softball fields with covered bench seating. A public "Sombrilla" plaza will provide a gathering space during sporting or other civic events.
The sports complex will have a designated children's playground and bar-b-que grills to create a park-like atmosphere for visitors during sponsored events or anytime. Another key attribute of the sports complex will be a wellness track containing three separate exercise stations that have been designed to accommodate all age groups.
The complex will have individual press boxes for each baseball field; concession stand for food and beverage service and shower / changing facilities for sports participants. Four batting cages with coin operated options will allow individuals to practice at anytime independant of sporting events.
LA SALLE COUNTY ADVANCES FIRE SERVICE AND SAFETY FOR COMMUNITY
The New La Salle County Fire Department project sets a new precedence: Advancing fire service strategically positions the community for future growth and sustainability
La Salle County takes another step towards keeping their community safe, meeting the demands of their dynamic growth and preparing for future sustainability. On November 15, 2013 the La Salle County Fire Department project was officially launched. The project will include adding paid fire department staff, building new fire stations, purchasing new fire trucks, PPE and safety equipment.
To commemorate this special day Fire Chief Johnny Gomez hosted a Cadet Volunteer Day with 16 firefighter cadets from Travis County. The young men and women spent the day at the Cotulla Fire Station doing a deep cleaning of the facility and grounds, maintenance to equipment and giving special care to the fire trucks. Jack Showers, Senior Stakeholder Relations Advisor from Talisman Energy USA Inc. dropped by the event to present a check for $34,000.00 towards the new fire department project to aid in purchasing PPE and breathing apparatus. Talisman Energy is the first to step forward and support this much needed safety effort to advance emergency response service.
The recent rapid growth