County Judge Robert E. Hebert
Judge Hebert assumed the office of Fort Bend Constitutional County Judge on January 1, 2003. As County Judge he presides over Commissioners Court of the 10th largest county in Texas with a population exceeding 675,000; and oversees the county’s 2400 employees and its $282 Million budget. He also serves as a member of the County Juvenile Board, Purchasing Board and Elections Commission.
Judge Hebert received his undergraduate degree at what is now the University of Houston (Downtown), holds an MBA from Pepperdine University’s Graziadio School of Business and Management and received his PhD in Management from California Coast University. Judge Hebert founded ECO Resources, Inc., a Texas Utility Management Company, in 1972 and served as its Chairman and CEO until 1985 when the firm was sold.
Since 1985, Judge Hebert has primarily worked as a management consultant serving the national water industry. From 1989 until 1995 Judge Hebert served as a Director and Vice President of the Brazos River Authority, and from 1993 until 2001 he also served the State of Texas as Temporary Receiver for the City of Arcola, Texas.
Judge Hebert currently serves as a member of the Policy Committee of the Texas Conference of Urban Counties, as a member of the Region H Water Planning Committee, as a member of the Texas Leadership Roundtable on Water, as a Director of the National Council for Public-Private Partnerships in Washington, DC, and he is a member of the Texas Water Conservation Association and the National Water Resource Association.
He and his wife, Pat, reside in West Fort Bend County between Rosenberg and Fulshear. They have three daughters, five grandsons and one great-grandson.
Updated: 3/31/2015 1:17:54 PM