The South Plains Association of Governments (SPAG) is a Council of Governments that serves a fifteen county region in North WestTexas. SPAG is the only organization representing all general purpose governments, both cities and counties, in the region.
SPAG was created in 1967 when local officials recognized that the South Plains is a unique region whose identity is defined by common interests, geography, climate, and economy. In essence, SPAG, is a service organization, created by its local government members to enhance their individual capacities.
The SPAG Board of Directors meets the 2nd Tuesday of every month.
Annual Local Debt Report
Local Government Code 140.008 requires Political Subdivisions of the State to annually compile certain debt obligation data from the preceding fiscal year to increase local government debt transparency.