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Lampasas County Information
Lampasas county was established in 1856 and as of the 2010 census, population was 19,677. The county seat and largest community is Lampasas and the county was named for the Lampasas River. The Lampasas County Courthouse, which was built in 1884 was added to the National Register of Historic Places in June 1971. Total area is 714 square miles. The area has a rich history with the following highlights:

  • 1853 Moses Hughes and his invalid wife, Hannah (Berry), became the first permanent settlers, seeking to take advantage of the medicinal springs.
  • 1854 John Patterson was the first man to cultivate land in the county.
  • 1859 The Lampasas Guards were organized to ward off Indian attacks.
  • 1860 Lampasas County’s population was 1,028. About 15 percent were slaves.
  • 1861 Indian raids increased in Lampasas, as able-bodied men were off fighting in the war.
  • 1942, Fort Hood opened as a military training base. Hancock Park in Lampasas was temporarily turned over to the troops as a recreational area.

    The area codes in use for this county are 512 and 737.

    Sheriff’s Office
    Sheriff Jesus “Jess” G. Ramos and his team are located at 410 E 4th St, Lampasas, TX 76550. They can be reached by phone at (512) 556-8255.

    Sheriff Ramos:

  • Serves as a licensed peace officer and is responsible for enforcing the criminal laws of the state.
  • Manages and operates the county jail.
  • Provides security for the courts.
  • Serves warrants and civil papers.
  • Regulates bail bondsmen in counties with no bail bond board.

    County Courthouse
    The courthouse is located very near the Sheriff’s Office on 501 E. 4th Street, Lampasas Texas 76550 and is the location of the county judge Wayne L. Boultinghouse. His administrative assistant is Dianne Miller and they can be reached via phone at 512-556-8271, ext 301.

    Judge Boultinghouse:

  • Presiding officer of the Commissioners Court.
  • Represents the county in many administrative functions.
  • Serves as budget officer.
  • Most have broad judicial duties, such as presiding over misdemeanor criminal and small civil cases, probate matters and appeals from the Justice of the Peace Court.
  • Serves as head of emergency management.

    Judge John Gauntt is the 27th district court judge and his office is at 409 South Pecan Street, suite 204 in Lampasas, Texas 76550. The phone number is 512-556-8271. He also manages cases in Bell County where his phone number is 254-933-5261.

    County Jail
    The Lampasas County Jail address is 410 E 4th St, Lampasas, TX 76550, and the phone number is (512) 556-8255.

    Visitation information was not available.

    Lampasas County Probation Department
    Probation officer’s are appointed to investigate, report on, and supervise the conduct of convicted offenders on probation. Items to bring to the Probation Office include: employment verification (a pay stub), residence (a lease, copy of a utility bill, etc.), community service record log, counseling or meeting attendance, all personal drug prescriptions, medical condition documents, and immigration registration among other things.
    Office:Lampasas County District Clerk
    Location:409 South Pecan Street, Lampasas, Texas, 76550
  • Lampasas County Jail Statistics
    Number of Persons Confined30
    Avg Daily Population33
    Name of new facilityplanning stage
    Full time payroll12
    Full time total employees12
    Total salaries and wages480077
    Other operating expenditures361100
    Total construction costsnot applicable
    Equipment, furnishings, etcnot applicable
    Year of original construction1971
    Year of major renovation1990
    Name of new facilitynot applicable

    Address: 410 EAST 4TH LAMPASAS TX 76550

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