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Burleson Co. Government
911 Addressing
Angie Jones
911 Addressing Database Maintenance Coordinator
100 West Buck St., Suite 303, Caldwell, TX 77836
Phone: 979-567-2007

Office Hours
9:00-12:00, 1:00-4:00 (closed for lunch)

Due to scheduling of out-of-office activities the addressing coordinator may be unavailable during normal business hours.

Applying for a Physical (911) Address

On the Burleson County Physical Address Request Form (linked pdf below) you are asked to provide specific information to help locate your property. In order to provide an address you must provide an aerial with the driveway location marked OR latitude/longitude coordinates. To get coordinates for your 911 address request review the instructions in this document COORIDNATES THRU GOOGLE MAPS

All addresses are given where the driveway intersects with a named road. The driveway location is required.

Burleson County Physical Address Request Form.pdf  - please read all directions

The form can be returned to the 911 Addressing office by email (on form), in person, or by  postal mail. Please provide all required information when requesting your address. Allow up to 24 business hours for processing your address request.

Additional Information for Developers
911 Physical Address Signs
Signs purchased from Burleson County are to indicate the location of the residence, not the mailbox. The sign costs are: $ 12.00 single-sided or $ 14.00 double-sided. A 6” by 12-18” rust free green reflective aluminum plate with white reflective numbers will be used to make your sign.  911 physical address signs must be purchased in person. Signs cannot be shipped. We accept check or money order payable to: Burleson County. NO CASH. NO CREDIT CARDS.

Having your 911 Address sign placement correct and accurate, especially in rural areas, is the best way to make sure help can find you when you need it the most.



  • How do I find out what my 911 address should be?
    Complete the Physical Address Request Form above to request a new address or verify an existing address.

    Why did my address change?
    The Burleson County Addressing Coordinator may require the owner or occupant of a property to change an address for one of, but not limited to, the following reasons:

    • Out of sequence with respect to your neighbors. Addresses need to progress in sequence along the road.
    • Odd number address on even side of the road or even number address on the odd side of the road.
    • Your house is on a private drive with 3 or more other structures accessed off that same private drive.
    • The road name/number designation has been changed.
    • Your address had to change as the result of other address changes.
    • The location of your driveway changed.

    Why doesn’t my 911 address come up on Google, Google Earth, Garmin, delivery services, or other software correctly?

    BVCOG is the central location for addressing within our 7 county region. Burleson County’s mapping information is sent to BVCOG weekly. Companies such as Google and other commercial GPS services can reach out to BVCOG for current mapping and GIS data, readily available to retrieve, including mapping for Burleson County. It is the responsibility of those agencies to update their databases with the provided information.

    In addition, BVCOG sends weekly data updates to the Regional Postmaster, which includes address changes or additions. However, mail services such as UPS, USPS, and FedEx are responsible for contacting the Regional Postmaster to retrieve updated or new data.

    Burleson County does not send mapping or addressing information directly to Google or other GPS services.

    What can you do to try to get your 911 address placement correct on Google, Google Earth, Garmin, FedEx, etc.?
    First, confirm your 911 address with our office at 979-567-2007. Once you have confirmed your address, you might choose to look your address up on whichever service you prefer to use. Many of them have a way to use their interactive tools on their website to enter your corrected address and/or location. They do not confirm this with our office directly, nor are they required to share this correction with any other company.

    Another option is to visit government website will walk you through the process in plain simple language to make corrections with commercial map providers like TomTom, Garmin, or Google, as well as Android phones. 

Call if you can, But text if you can't!  Text to 911 in the Brazos Valley

Regional 911 Planning, Brazos Valley Council of Governments

NextGen911 is here! Updates and upgrades are being made now and changes may need to occur to make sure the information our PSAP has is accurate.