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Bastrop County issues 9-1-1 address assignments to the unincorporated (rural) areas of Bastrop County. For public safety purposes, it's crucial each inhabitable residential and commercial structure to be assigned a valid and unique address.
Request an Address Assignment
The following information and documents are necessary to complete the application:
Please note, the issuance of a rural address is dependent upon the location of the driveway. In order for a new address to be determined the precise location of the driveway must be known. In addition, exact location information it's essential to accurately map each addressed site/structure for 9-1-1 call takers, dispatchers, emergency service responders and public safety.
An address assignment is provided at no cost; however, compliance with development related regulations (i.e.: Development, Driveway, On-Site Sewage Facility, Floodplain, and Land Division/Subdivision, etc.) may be required. Click here to visit the Bastrop County Development Services webpage for information on development related permits and regulations.
Pre-addressing of Platted Subdivision
Confirm Existing Address Assignment
Submit only one request per address. Submittal of multiple requests can slow service to you and others.
Reserve a Street Name
To reserve street name(s) the subdivision plat applicant, property owner, or owner's authorized agent must follow requirements outlined in the Bastrop County Road Name Procedures and submit a written request to firstname.lastname@example.org. Rural Roads: For roads located wholly or partially in the unincorporated area of the county, proposed name(s) which meet the County Road Naming Standards shall be reserved and submitted to Commissioners Court for consideration and possible action. City Streets: County review of name(s) for street(s) within a municipality's full purpose city limits is restricted to the identification of duplicate/sound-alike name(s) for avoidance purposes.
Before submitting a request to reserve street name(s), use the below Street Name Checker tool to identify duplicate and similar-sounding names. Such names can cause confusion and are prohibited by the County Road Naming Standards. This tool compares the name entered against existing street names in Bastrop County. Note, this tool is the first of several steps of the review process utilized by 9-1-1 Addressing.
Street Name Checker
Search for duplicate and phonetically similar street names in Bastrop County.
Bastrop County Courthouse
804 Pecan Street
Bastrop, TX 78602
Phone: (512) 581-7100
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