Andrews County came into existence in 1876 when the 15th Legislature of Texas created 54 counties in the Panhandle and South Plains. It was named for Richard Andrews, the 1st man to die in the war for Texas independence in 1835.
Andrews County was awarded a Gold Scorecard by the Texas Comptroller for financial transparency.
Andrews County periodically posts "Requests for Proposal" and "Invitations to Bid". Click below for more information.
Welcome to Andrews County's new website.