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Commissioner, Precinct 2

Tim BrownBell County Commissioner, Precinct 2  -  Tim Brown

Bell County Historic Courthouse

101 E. Central Avenue
Belton, Texas  76513

Phone:  (254) 933-5102
Fax:  (254) 933-5179

Mailing Address:  P.O. Box 768
Belton, Texas  76513

Office Hours:  8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Monday - Friday (Closed 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.)

Email:  tim.brown@bellcounty.texas.gov

 

Precinct 2 Commissioner Tim Brown is currently serving in his sixth term on the Bell County Commissioners Court.  He is an independent designer, builder, and land development consultant.  He holds a Bachelors Degree in Environmental Design and a Masters Degree in Land Development from Texas A&M University. 

Since election to office, Commissioner Brown has been instrumental in developing strategic plans for major capital projects for the county.  He has also been active in the development of state policy in a variety of areas affecting local governments.  He served on the Texas Courthouse Preservation Task Force, a group convened by then Gov. George Bush to develop a state program for assisting counties with protecting historic courthouses.  He also served on an advisory committee to provide oversight to the Texas Historical Commission for the administration of that same program. 

In addition, Commissioner Brown has served on numerous boards and committees including the Central Texas Council of Governments, the Texas Conference of Urban Counties, Hill Country Community Action Association, and the Region G Planning Group of the Brazos River Authority.  He has been active in efforts related to transportation advocacy.  He is past chairman of the Killeen-Temple Metropolitan Planning Organization.  He was a founding member and twice elected President of the North America's Corridor Coalition (NASCO).  For the State of Texas, he chaired the Trans-Texas Corridor Advisory Committee, the I-35 Corridor Advisory Committee and the My-35 Advisory Committee.  He was a 2008 recipient of the Texas Department of Transportation's Road Hand Award.

Among other unofficial pursuits,  Commissioner Brown is an avocational archaeologist.  He currently serves as vice-president of the Board of Directors of the Gault School of Archaeological Research.