110 W. Hickory, 2nd Floor
Denton, TX 76201
The Honorable Andy Eads served on the Denton County Commissioners Court as County Commissioner Precinct 4 since 2007. Throughout his tenure, his leadership has been instrumental in the effort to rebuild nearly every state highway in Precinct 4.
He partnered with Precinct 4 cities and constituents on projects, attracting multiple Fortune 1000 companies to the county, and works tirelessly for numerous nonprofits to improve the overall quality of life here in Denton County. He has focused on cutting taxes, while at the same time addressing the increasing demands of one of the fastest growing counties in the U.S.
Recognized as a leader in regional transportation, he serves as Denton County’s Representative to the Regional Transportation Council, serving as Secretary of the 40+ member organization, and is slated to be its chair in two years.
Civic leadership and actively fostering relationships with the non-profits in Denton County is one of County Judge Eads’ highest priorities. He is the past president of Communities In Schools of North Texas, past president of the Flower Mound Rotary Club, founder and charter president of the Cross Timbers Rotary Club (the largest Rotary Club in Denton County and recognized by Rotary International as an exceptional club), president of the Lewisville ISD Education Foundation Board, and much more.
County Judge Eads began his public service career in the Town of Addison where he researched and authored the book “Addison, Texas: A Pictorial History.” Before elected office, he was a top-producing agent with RE/MAX DFW, earning the Rookie of the Year Award and repeatedly voted one of the “Best Realtors in DFW” by D Magazine.
County Judge Eads is a native Texan and fifth-generation resident of Denton County. After graduating from Liberty Christian School, he received his BBA from Howard Payne University and his Masters of Public Administration from the University of North Texas.
County Judge Eads lives in Flower Mound with his wife Ginger and their three children, Everett, Addison and Caroline. He enjoys volunteering and camping with his boys’ Scout Troop.