Audie Leon Murphy

Audie Leon Murphy (June 20, 1924 – May 28, 1971) was a highly decorated and famous soldier. Born in Kingston, Hunt County, Texas, to poor sharecroppers of Irish descent, Emmett Berry Murphy, and his wife, Josie Bell. He grew up on farms in the Farmersville and Greenville areas, and near Celeste, Texas. He was the […]

Hunt County Courthouse

“Completed in 1929, our current courthouse is the last of six built in Greenville, Texas since 1885” In April of 2003, the Tax Assessor-Collector relocated the Hunt County Tax Office to its current location across the street from the Hunt County Courthouse. The Tax Office occupies the entire lower level of the eight-story Paul Mathews […]

Monty Stratton

Monty Franklin Pierce Stratton (May 21, 1912 – September 29, 1982), nicknamed “Gander”, was a Major League Baseball pitcher. He was born in Wagner, Texas, but lived in Greenville, Texas for a part of his life. Stratton made his debut with the White Sox on June 2, 1934. He became a starter in 1937, winning […]

Majors Stadium

  Its first 17 years of existence saw Phillip’s Field hosting Scholastic Football competitions which ultimately saw Greenville to an undefeated season and State Championship. In 1946, the field began a new life as home to ’The Majors’ a minor league baseball team.  More than 160,000 fans attended Majors Games in 1946.  Majors Stadium fielded […]

Tax Assessor Collector

Randy L. Wineinger

Contact Information:

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 1042
Greenville, TX 75403

Street Address:
2500 Stonewall Street Suite 101
Greenville, TX 75403

Phone: (903) 408-4000
Fax: (903) 408-4002

Customer Service Hours:
Monday-Friday 8:00am-4:00pm

Tax Assessor-Collector:
Randy L. Wineinger

Commerce Sub-Station
Phone: (903) 408-4001
Chamber of Commerce Office
1114 Main St. Commerce, TX 75428
Operating Hours 8:00-12:00 12:30-4:00

Quinlan Sub-Station
Phone: (903) 408-4000
Fax: (903) 356-4467
112 E. Main St. Quinlan, TX 75474

We Accept:

A convenience fee of 2.35% will be added.