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 How do I schedule a meeting with Commissioner Patterson?
If you would like to schedule a meeting with Commissioner Patterson, or invite him to speak at your event, please complete the forms on this page. You may submit them via the web, or print and mail the PDF forms on this page, and Land Office scheduling staff will respond as soon as possible.
 How do I invite Commissioner Patterson to speak at my event?
If you would like to schedule a meeting with Commissioner Patterson, or invite him to speak at your event, please complete the forms on this page. You may submit them via the web, or print and mail the PDF forms on this page, and Land Office scheduling staff will respond as soon as possible.
 How do I schedule a meeting with Chief Clerk Larry Laine?
If you would like to schedule an appointment with the Chief Clerk, contact Stephanie Crenshaw at 512.463.6556, or by email.
 How do I learn about available jobs at the Land Office?
The GLO is a challenging, rewarding, and exciting place to work! Click here to view our latest openings.
 How do I contact the Texas General Land Office?
To contact the Texas General Land Office by phone dial 1.800.998.4GLO (4456), or fill out our online contact form.
 How do I request a signed picture of Commissioner Patterson?
Contact Brandon Nicholson, Assistant to Commissioner Patterson, at 512.463.5256 or by email.
 How do I find the General Land Office budget?
Because our mission is to maximize revenue from state assets like land and minerals, the Texas General Land Office is one of the few agencies that earns more than it spends. Learn More about GLO Agency Expenditures and Reports.
 How do I find the General Land Office mission statement?
The Texas General Land Office serves the schoolchildren, veterans, and all people of Texas by preserving their history, protecting their environment, expanding economic opportunity, and maximizing state revenue through innovative administration and prudent stewardship of state lands and resources. Learn more
 How do I view Public Notices?
The Land Office posts notices through the Texas Register and other sources.  Notices refer to open meetings , public hearings, availability of funds, derelict vessel and structure violations, federal consistency, requests for applications, rule making changes and survey boundary information. Learn More
How do I submit a compliment or complaint?
To help improve our customer service, the Land Office and VLB collect comments from the public. The Land Office values your input. Learn More.