The City of Lufkin Municipal Court Receives State Award..
March 2, 2016:Austin —The Texas Municipal Courts Education Center’s (TMCEC) Municipal Traffic Safety Initiatives (MTSI) grant, funded by the Texas Department of Transportation, recently sponsored a traffic safety awards competition to recognize those municipal courts that have demonstrated outstanding contributions to traffic safety and eliminating impaired driving in their respective communities. All municipal courts in the State of Texas were eligible to apply.
Applicants were judged on their activities relating to increasing traffic safety while preventing impaired driving traffic crashes, traffic fatalities, juvenile DUI, child safety seat offenses, red light running, and other traffic related offenses. 18 courts have been selected to receive awards: seven low volume (serving less than 30,000 people), nine medium volume (serving 30,000 to 149,999 people), and two high volume (serving 150,000+ people). 15 courts were also selected as honorable mentions.
Lufkin Municipal Court received the award in the Medium Volume category.
Award recipients will be recognized at TMCEC’s “MTSI Conference,” held March 20-22, 2016, at the Omni Dallas Hotel at Park West in Dallas.
City Burning Ban has Been lifted.
October 26, 2015 - The City of Lufkin and Angelina County have lifted the burning. Residence must follow regulation as listed
on the Lufkin Fire Department page as you resume burning.
Public Can Now Report Crimes Online
This program was designed to give citizens an option to file police reports for certain minor crimes online. This will allow you to submit a report immediately and print a confirmation of the police report. Find more details at the Departments Online Reporting Page.