“On behalf of the City of Wolfforth, I hope you’re finding the information you need on our newly developed website. Wolfforth is a town making a remarkable transition from what once was a small community 10 miles outside of Lubbock to a rapidly growing community of over 7000 people and counting that is now literally connected to Lubbock geographically. We are growing in every way, from the hundreds of residential lots under construction and development, to the recreation of our website you’re currently enjoying. I’m proud to be able to work with the Wolfforth Mayor and City Council, the dedicated staff of Wolfforth, and you, the citizens of Wolfforth.
You are our eyes and ears. Please don’t hesitate to reach out to us and tell us what we’re doing well and what we need to do better. Within this website we’ve provided several ways for you to do so, and we hope you’ll utilize the opportunity. We can’t fix something unless we know it’s broken, so let us work for you. I know you’ll find our Mayor and Council, and our staff ready to listen and respond”.
Randy Criswell, City Manager
The City Manager is appointed by the Mayor and City Council and is the Chief Executive and Administrative Officer of the City. The City Manager is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the City and all departments and carries out the policies and objectives of the City Council.Randy Criswell was appointed Wolfforth City Manager in January 2022, having previously served as the City Manager of Mineral Wells Texas and Canyon Texas. He has a degree in Engineering Technology from Texas Tech University and is a Certified Public Manager.
Assistant City Manager
Assistant City Manager and Police Chief
Rick Scott serves as Assistant City Manager and Police Chief. Rick has served the City of Wolfforth since 1995. He is a Master certified Peace Officer. He holds a Bachelor's degree in Administration of Criminal Justice and a Master’s degree, from Sam Houston State University in Leadership and Management.