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Blanco County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Blanco County Public Records?

Under the TPRA, Blanco County public records include any document irrespective of form or features, generated, maintained, transmitted, or received to carry out official public business. Public records include paper, film, devices that can store an electronic signal, tape, mylar, and any physical material on which information can be recorded. They could also be books, letters, documents, papers, e-mails, pictures, sound recordings, videos, tapes, and maps. However, the following documents and records are exempted from public access:

  • Confidential information;
  • Confidentiality of certain personnel information;
  • Information that the disclosure will infringe the privacy of a person;
  • Litigation or settlement negotiations involving the state or a political subdivision;
  • Information related to competition or bidding;
  • Information related to the location or price of the property for public purpose before the public announcement of the project or the formal award of the contract;
  • Certain legislative documents, such as a draft or working paper about proposed legislation or an internal bill analysis or working paper to evaluate proposed legislation;
  • Certain legal matters, such as where a court prohibits the public disclosure of certain information;
  • Information relating to the confidentiality of sensitive crime scene image;
  • Information about student records;
  • Birth and death records;
  • Records or documents exempted from public disclosure by law.

Blanco County Crime Statistics

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) provides countrywide crime statistics. In 2018, it reported that Blanco County had a total number of 45 crimes, including nine violent crimes and 36 property crimes. The violent crimes consist of one rape and eight aggravated assaults. The property crimes include 13 burglaries, 22 larcenies, one motor vehicle theft, and one arson. The 2018 crime statistics was an overall drop from the previous year with 80 crimes reported. In 2017, Blanco County experienced 12 violent crimes and 68 property crimes. The violent crimes include two rapes, one robbery, and nine aggravated assaults. The property crimes include 28 burglaries, 29 larcenies, 11 motor vehicle thefts, and no incident of arson.

Are Blanco County Criminal Records Public?

Blanco County criminal records are partly open to the public. For instance, the criminal records of individuals charged with Class B misdemeanor or greater violations are accessible to the public. These Blanco criminal records include disposition of cases, convictions, and deferred adjudications. However, there is restricted access to other criminal records. Only the owner of the record can obtain copies of the record through the personal review system. The DPS provides interested persons with access to criminal records in Texas. It conducts background checks and provides requesters with copies of criminal history records.

How to Obtain Blanco County Police Reports and Arrest Records?

The Blanco County Sheriff’s Department generates and maintains copies of Blanco County arrest records, police reports, and other documents related to law enforcement and security in the county. To obtain copies of these records, contact the Sheriff’s Department with the details below:

Blanco County Sheriff’s Department
400 US Highway 281 South
John City, TX 78636
Phone: (830) 868-7104
Fax: (830) 868-4577

How to Find Sex Offender Information in Blanco County?

The Texas DPS provides public sex offender information on offenders in Blanco County and in all parts of the state through the sex offender registry. Blanco County residents can search for local offenders by making use of the search tool online. It keeps a repeatedly refreshed registry of all sex-offenders located in their jurisdiction. Any offender living, working, attending school, or incarcerated in the area will be in the registry. They can be searched by name, location, or proximity to specific locations, especially higher institutions. Residents can also download the list of sex offenders on the registry.

How to Find Blanco County Inmate Records?

To obtain information about inmates incarcerated in the Blanco County Jail, interested persons should call the county’s Sheriff’s Department at (830) 868-7104. The requester may be required to provide certain information about the inmate before that inmate’s information is released.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Blanco County Jail?

Friends and families can schedule visits to inmates by submitting a registration to the:

Blanco County Jail
400 US Highway 281 South
John City, TX 78636
Phone: (830) 868-7104
Fax: (830) 868-4577

Court Records

The Blanco County court system consists of two District Courts, one Constitutional Court, two Justice of Peace Courts, and two Municipal Courts. These courts handle cases with a wide range of subject-matters, including civil, criminal, probate, family and domestic matters, small claims, and traffic violations. It provides the public with access to court and administrative records.

Location of Courts in Blanco County

Blanco County District Courts

Blanco County 33rd District Court
P.O. Box 382
Johnson City, TX 78636
Phone: (830) 868-0973
Fax: (830) 868-7788

Blanco County 424th District Court
P.O. Box 382
Johnson City, TX 78636
Phone: (830) 868-0973
Fax: (830) 868-7788

Blanco County Constitutional Court

Blanco County Constitutional Court
101 East Cypress
P.O. Box 65
Johnson City, TX 78636
Phone: (830) 868-7357
Fax: (830) 868-4158

Blanco County Justice Courts

Blanco County Justice of the Peace Precinct 1
101 East Pecan Street, #2
P.O. Box 405
Johnson City, TX 78636
Phone: (830) 868-4888
Fax: (830) 868-7788

Blanco County Justice of the Peace Precinct 4
Blanco County South Annex
402 Blanco Avenue
P.O. Box 596
Blanco, TX 78606
Phone: (830) 833-4212
Fax: (830) 833-2667

Blanco County Municipal Courts

Blanco Municipal Court
308 Pecan Street
P.O. Box 750
Blanco, TX 78606
Phone: (830) 833-4525
Fax: (830) 833-4121

Johnson City Municipal Court
303 East Pecan Drive
P.O. Box 369
Johnson City, TX 78636
Phone: (830) 868-7111
Fax: (830) 868-7718

Are Blanco County Court Records Public?

Under Texas state law, Blanco court records are available to the general public. However, where there is a court order restricting access to a record, the record is exempted from the public view. Blanco County District Court records are under the purview of the Blanco County District Court Clerk. Other Blanco County court records are available at the courthouse where the case was decided.

How to Obtain Blanco County Civil Court Case Records?

Blanco County civil court case records are available by mail or in person. To make a mail request, interested persons should fill out the Records Search Request form and mail it with payment (check or money order) to the District Court Clerk’s Office at:

Blanco County District Clerk
101 East Pecan
P.O. Box 382
Johnson City, TX 78636

In-person requests are made at the search terminal located at the reception area of the District Clerk’s Office. They are open from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Requests covering the past 10 years cost $5 per name searched. There is an additional $1 cost per year for each additional year searched. It costs 25 per page for a document filed in a particular case and $1 if the requester wants a certified copy.

How to Obtain Blanco County Criminal Court Records?

The Blanco County District Clerk maintains Blanco County criminal court case records. These records are accessible by mail or in person. To make an in-person request, use any of the search terminals located at the reception area of the District Clerk’s Office. They are available from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. For mail requests, interested persons should complete the Records Search Request Form and mail it along with payment (check or money order) to:

Blanco County District Clerk
101 East Pecan
P.O. Box 382
Johnson City, TX 78636

Where the requests cover the last decade, it costs $5 per name searched. There is also an extra $1 cost per year for each additional year searched. It costs 25 per page for a document filed in a particular case and $1 if the requester wants a certified copy.

Conducting a search is subject to our Terms of Service and Privacy Notice.

What are Blanco County Vital Records?

Blanco County vital records are official files that document all important life events for each resident within the county. They include birth certificates, death certificates, marriage certificates, marriage licenses, divorce decrees, and divorce documents. Blanco county divorce records are in the custody of the Blanco County District Clerk.

Where and How to Obtain Blanco County Divorce Records?

Blanco County divorce records are available to interested persons upon request by mail or in person. To make a mail request, requesters should fill out the Records Search Request form and mail it with payment (check or money order) to:

Blanco County District Clerk
101 East Pecan
P.O. Box 382
Johnson City, TX 78636

To make in-person requests, requesters should use the search terminal located at the reception area of the District Clerk’s Office. They can be used from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Where and How to Get Public Blanco County Marriage Records?

Blanco County marriage records are in the custody of the Blanco County Clerk. They are available for request online, in person, and by mail. Interested persons can use the Official Records Search portal to search marriage records from 20 September 1876 to date. To make mail or an in-person request, interested persons should prepare a written request with relevant information about the record. Submit the request for Blanco County marriage certificate with payment in person or by mail to:

Blanco County Clerk
101 East Cypress
P.O. Box 65
Johnson City, TX 78636
Phone: (830) 868-7357
Fax: (830) 868-4158

For in-person requests, the Clerk’s Office opens from Monday to Friday, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Where and How to Get Confidential Marriage Records in Blanco County?

All marriage records in Blanco County are considered public.

Where and How to Find Blanco County Birth Records?

Blanco County birth records are available at the Office of the Blanco County Clerk. Interested persons can make requests for birth records online, in person, and by mail. They can use the Official Records Search portal to search birth records from 18 April 1836 to date. To request Blanco County birth certificates online, complete the Vital Certificates Application form and submit it online.

In-person and mail requests can be made to the address below:

Blanco County Clerk
101 East Cypress
P.O. Box 65
Johnson City, TX 78636
Phone: (830) 868-7357
Fax: (830) 868-4158

The Clerk’s Office opens from Monday to Friday, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Where and How to Find Blanco County Death Records?

The Blanco County Clerk maintains copies of Blanco County death records. Applications for copies of death records can be made online, in person, and by mail. Residents can search for Blanco death records from 24 May 1903 to date on the Official Records Search portal. Members of the public can also obtain copies by submitting a Vital Certificates Application form online. Alternatively, applications for Blanco County death certificates can be made in person or by mail at the:

Blanco County Clerk
101 East Cypress
P.O. Box 65
Johnson City, TX 78636
Phone: (830) 868-7357
Fax: (830) 868-4158

The Clerk’s Office opens from Monday to Friday, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.