Emergency Communications Links, Information, & Resources

Addressing Coordinators

If you need to request a 9-1-1 physical address for a new structure in an unincorporated area (outside city limits) of your county, please contact your corresponding Coordinator listed below.

To request a 9-1-1 physical address in an incorporated area (inside a City or Municipality), please contact your City Hall for more information. Questions regarding county road signage should be directed to your County Commissioner's office.

County Contact/Email Phone
Andrews County Alpha De La Cruz (432) 523-5545
Borden County Tiffany Cooley (806) 756-4391
Crane County Micah Lozano (432) 558-1101
Dawson County Larry Duyck (806) 872-4352
(806) 872-4345
Gaines County Tommy Gonzales (432) 758-4059
Glasscock County Kayla Roberts (432) 354-2361
Loving County Mada McKeever (432) 377-2411
Martin County Gary Walton (432) 607-3599
Pecos County Zeke Hernandez (432) 336-3521
Reeves County Gary Rumbaugh (432) 287-0500
Terrell County Rosemary Fuentes (432) 345-2525
Upton County Chris Fox (432) 693-2243
Ward County Alex Luna (432) 943-6703
Winkler County Luwana Dingle (432) 586-2577

If you are unable to contact someone in your county, please email Abel Gamez, GIS Manager, (432) 262-4935.

9-1-1 Address Requests form


9-1-1 Staff Directory

Main Phone #: (432) 563-1061

9-1-1 Fax #: (432) 563-3080

GIS Fax #: (432) 262-4973

Contact/Email Title Phone
Laura Torres 9-1-1 Director (432) 262-4936
Abel Gamez 9-1-1 GIS Manager (432) 262-4935
Susana Cardona 9-1-1 Program Manager (432) 262-4926
Jennifer Smith 9-1-1 Program Specialist (432) 262-4917

Text to 9-1-1

Call if you can, text if you can’t. Voice calls are still the fastest way to connect to 9-1-1, but texting is an option.

Watch the Text-to-911 PSA by the Texas School for the Deaf on YouTube

 

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GPS Address Finder

Does your GPS Device, Apps, and Online Mapping such as Google, Bing or Apple display your home or business address in the wrong place?

Please follow instructions on how to report the issue with your physical address displaying incorrectly. The following link wil lhelp you to report these problems to entities such as: Google, MapQuest, Yahoo maps, Apple, etc.

Visit the Global Positioning System Website

Note: PBRPC cannot correct display errors for third party mapping software.

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