Protect your property. Let's work together to stop forced annexation.
“Forced annexation” is a legal process by which property located in an unincorporated area of a county may become part of a neighboring city.
Forced annexation is un-Texan, yet state law currently allows cities in most counties (known as Tier 1 counties) to annex property without asking the owners or residents of that property for permission.
But on November 6, 2018, voters in Atascosa, Freestone, Johnson, Palo Pinto, Parker and Wise Counties can vote to END FORCED ANNEXATION in those counties – by voting to become Tier 2 counties.
The #Vote4Tier2 movement is a community-based, non-partisan group dedicated to changing counties throughout Texas to Tier 2 status as it relates to municipal annexation.
Our mission is simple: to ensure property owners and residents have the right to vote on the potential annexation of their property.
Click here if you live in Atascosa County. Freestone, Johnson, Palo Pinto, Parker and Wise
County Proposition A
The question will appear on the ballot as:“Changing __your__ County from Tier 1 county status to Tier 2 county status for purposes of municipal annexation as described by Chapter 43 of the Texas Local Government Code” FOR AGAINST
Early voting begins October 22, 2018
Election Day is November 6, 2018
We have established a Tier-2 Hotline. This hotline will give you a rundown of the differences between Tier-1 and Tier-2 county status, and why voting YES for Tier 2 will help end forced annexation. It is available 24/7!
To learn more call 940-435-7506
If you have any questions please leave your name, number, and county in the voicemail and your county leader will get in contact with you!