911 Addressing

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Johnson County maintains the 9-1-1 address database utilized by NCTCOG, Superion/SunGard software and several other entities. The 9-1-1 Address Coordinator is responsible for assigning and maintaining accurate addresses and street centerline ranges in order for first responders to arrive at the location of an emergency as quickly as possible.


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Addressing Process

1. Submit an online application using the Online 9-1-1 Address Request Form or apply in-person at:

Johnson County Public Works

2 N. Mill St, Suite 305

Cleburne, TX 76033

 2. Your application will be reviewed for permitting purposes then forwarded to the Address Coordinator for secondary review and address assignment.

3. A Public Works clerk will contact you within 1-2 business days with your address assigned by the Address Coordinator once all permit dues have been met.

For Developers/Plats:

  1. Street name(s) must be submitted to the 9-1-1 Address Coordinator for approval prior to finalization of a plat according to the Addressing Policy.
  2. Once the final plat has been approved, it may be submitted to the 9-1-1 Address Coordinator for pre-addressing. Pre-addressing consists of assigning individual address numbers to lots. Corner lots will be pre-assigned two separate addresses until development begins and the structure is known to face a particular street.
  3. The 9-1-1 Address Coordinator will add the pre-addressed lots to the 9-1-1 map once development begins. *It is the developer's responsibility to report development to 9-1-1 Address Coordinator*
  4. Turn-around time is typically 1-5 business days depending on the size of the plat and information received.


Johnson County 9-1-1 Addressing Policy and Procedure

Johnson County 9-1-1 Address & Flood Zone Map