Government (Local, State, Federal)

City of Red Oak


City of Red Oak
Incorporated in 1949, the City of Red Oak Red Oak is a Home Rule city subject to the State of Texas laws, rules and regulations. The City Council is elected at-large representing all residents within the City limits. The council members, including the mayor, serve staggered three-year terms. The mayor pro-tem is selected by the council members each year no later than the month of July.


1. Local Government: City and County (PDF)

2. State & Federal Government (PDF)

Red Oak City Hall

Red Oak Municipal Building


Ellis County


Ellis County Courthouse
Ellis County Courthouse
Ellis County Courthouse

Ellis County
Ellis County was officially established on December 20, 1849, when the Texas State legislature passed a bill sponsored by Gen. Edward H. Tarrant. Ellis County was drawn from Navarro County, and is named for Richard Ellis. Today, Ellis County is home to over 152,000 residents. The County’s total land area is 952 square miles, and is comprised of 15 cities, 7 towns, and unincorporated areas.

1. Local Government: City and County (PDF)

2. State & Federal Government (PDF)