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As long as it is done safely, there are no firearm ordinances or restrictions in the county. City ordinances may vary.
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Wise County does not require general building permits. If you are with an incorporated city or ETJ, contact the City Hall for information. Septic Permits are required, however; contact Public Works at 940-627-9332.
All tax exemptions go through the Wise Appraisal District. They can be contacted at 940-627-3081.
All changes to your address or information should go through the Wise Appraisal District. They can be contacted at 940-627-3081. To determine who owns the rights, contact the County Clerk at 940-627-3351. You will need to perform a Title Search (they will be able to give you information on how to perform the search).
Probate cases are filed with the Court department of the County Clerk's Office. Email the County Clerk or call 940-627-3351.
Email the Tax Assessor's Office or call 940-627-3523.
Unfortunately, we do not have specific tax or filed information available online at this time. We expect to have civil and criminal case filings online by summer 2011.
Yes, go to the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles Registration Site.
Contact Animal Services at 940-627-7577 for specific questions or visit the Animal Services page.
County Deed records are maintained at the County Clerk's Office. Email the County Clerk or call 940-627-3351. Unfortunately, they are not yet available online.
For County Roads, contact the Commissioner of the Precinct where you live (visit the Directory). The county does not maintain Private Roads.
Contact the Texas Railroad Commission.
Email the County Clerk's Office or call 940-627-3351.