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City of Amarillo





Police: (806) 378-3038

The City of Amarillo Police Department has 343 full-time officers.

Fire: (806) 378-9360

The City of Amarillo has 263 full-time firefighters at 13 fire stations. Both counties in the Amarillo MSA have volunteer fire departments.

Potter County Fire:  (806) 383-3373 

The Potter County Fire Department has four full-time firefighters, 60 volunteer firefighters, and six fire stations.


Randall County Fire: (806) 477-1750

Randall County has 9 full-time firefighters, 35 volunteer firefighters, and 3 fire stations.


Amarillo Medical Services (AMS): (806) 358-7111

AMS operates the ambulance and paramedic service through American Medical Response for the City of Amarillo, Potter and Randall counties, with more than 70 paramedics.


Amarillo Independent School District 

(806) 326-1000

7200 I-40 West, Amarillo, TX 79106

Amarillo ISD serves 37 elementary schools, 12 middle schools, 4 high schools, one alternative school, and a specialty high school.


Canyon Independent School District

(806) 677-2600

3301 N. 23 St., Canyon, TX 79015


Canyon is 18 miles south of Amarillo. There are two elementary schools, one intermediate school, one junior high and one high school in the city of Canyon. In the southern city limits, in or close to Amarillo, are an additional six elementary schools, one intermediate school, one junior high, one high school and one alternative high school.


Three additional school districts border the city of Amarillo, including Bushland, Highland Park and River Road Independent School Districts. They each include one elementary school, one middle school, and one high school.


Bushland ISD

(806) 359-6683

2400 Wells Street., Bushland, TX  79012


Highland Park ISD

(806) 335-2823

15300 Amarillo Blvd. East, Amarillo, TX  79108


River Road ISD 

(806) 381-7800

9500 US 287 North, Amarillo, TX  79108




Amarillo College

(806) 371-5100

2201 S. Washington, Amarillo, TX  79109

A multi-faceted community college that typically enrolls more than 10,000 students in academic classes at six campuses and an outreach center.


West Texas A&M University

(806) 651-2000

2501 4th Ave., Canyon, TX  79015

WTAMU is ranked as one of the Best Colleges in the West by The Princeton Review and in the first tier of U.S. News and World Report Master Level Universities and Colleges in the West. U.S. News and World Report also recognized the University’s online programs in business, nursing, and education.


Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center

(806) 414-9680

1400 S. Coulter, Amarillo, TX


The Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center at Amarillo provides education for medical students and residents in four different specialties, including the School of Medicine, School of Nursing, School of Pharmacy, and School of Health Professions, which offers occupational therapy and physical therapy programs.


Wayland Baptist University – Amarillo Branch

(806) 352-5207

4530 Canyon Drive, Amarillo, TX  79109



Amarillo is the region’s healthcare hub with some of the nation’s finest healthcare facilities.  From the Don & Sybil Harrington Cancer Center to a regional Amarillo VA Health Care System, these facilities serve Amarillo, the Panhandle and residents of four bordering states.


BSA Healthcare System

(806) 212-2000

1600 Wallace Blvd, Amarillo, TX  79106


Thomas E. Creek VA Medical Center

(806) 355-9703

6010 Amarillo Blvd. West, Amarillo, TX  79106


Northwest Texas Healthcare System

(806) 354-1000

1501 S. Coulter St., Amarillo, TX  79106



The Globe-News Center for the Performing Arts is a 1,279-seat auditorium, rehearsal/education room and a spacious multi-level lobby.  With its unique design, it has become a landmark of the downtown Amarillo skyline.  An average of 100 performances are held each year.  Resident companies include the Amarillo Symphony, Amarillo Opera and Lone Star Ballet. In addition, the Window On a Wider World program provides enriched education to more than 15,000 Texas Panhandle students through the arts, science and cultural experiences.  


The Sybil B. Harrington Fine Arts Complex at West Texas A&M University in Canyon is the premier educational and performance facility in the Texas Panhandle. The Fine Art Complex (FAC) is home to the University’s music, theatre, and communications programs. Main stage productions are performed at the Branding Iron Theatre. Adjacent to the FAC is the studio art program located in Mary Moody Northern Hall which houses various art studios including glass working, sculpture, ceramics, painting, drawing, and graphic design. Also located on the ground floor is the music recital hall, and the Formal Gallery, which features ongoing art exhibitions.


Amarillo College offers two-year programs in music, theatre and fine art. The Music department includes a chamber orchestra, concert choir, guitar ensemble, jazz band, and vocal jazz ensemble and wind ensemble. The Fine Arts department offers a baccalaureate degree in graphic design, photography and art.


The Amarillo Symphony was founded in 1924 and currently employs 85 professional musicians and offers a seven concert subscription series that includes the annual performances of The Nutcracker with the Lone Star Ballet. It also offers the Amarillo Symphony Youth Orchestra and other educational programs.


The Lone Star Ballet provides six-performances each season that includes the annual production of The Nutcracker and has a resident Professional Company and Studio Company.  Lone Star Ballet awards dance scholarships to qualified students at West Texas A&M University. It also provides six area dance academies with a variety of classes and contributes to the education and performance opportunities for students in Amarillo, the Texas Panhandle and surrounding states.


Established in 1927, the Amarillo Little Theatre is one of the oldest continuously operating community theatres in the country. It offers a diverse collection of theatre productions including five Main Stage productions, four Adventure Space theatre productions, and various special events. In addition, they offer an Amarillo Little Theatre Academy that holds three productions each year.


The Amarillo Opera was founded in 1988 and provides live, community-based opera to the Texas Panhandle. Four annual productions, two community productions and a multi-cultural event are produced. In addition, the Amarillo Opera has outreach and educational programs.


The Amarillo Museum of Art opened in 1972 and offers a variety of permanent and temporary exhibitions that include contemporary art, historical shows of American and European masterworks, 20th Century Modernists, Asian art collections and art from the Museum’s private collection. The museum also offers lecture series, gallery talks, video, film and tours.


Civic Amarillo and Celebrity Attractions present the Broadway Spotlight Series each year in the Civic Center Complex Auditorium. The series features national tours and generally consists of four productions between October and April.


Additional arts organizations include the Amarillo Art Institute, Amarillo Fine Arts Association, Amarillo Youth Choir, Chamber Music Amarillo and the Harrington String Quartet.


AMA TechTel Communications

7201 I-40 West, Suite 200

Amarillo, TX 79106

(806) 322-2222

Amarillo Wireless

203 W. 8th Ave. Ste. 608

Amarillo, TX 79101

(806) 316-5071

IDEACOM of Amarillo

3910 S. Georgia

Amarillo, TX 79109

(806) 355-7466

Plains Internet

7519 Canyon Drive

Amarillo, TX 79110

(806) 340-7320




Amarillo, TX 79101

(806) 378-1655

NTS Communications

1619 S. Kentucky, Suite 510

Amarillo, Texas 79102

(806) 776-4195

Pathwayz Communications

4176 Canyon Dr.

Amarillo, TX 79109

(806) 350-9000

Suddenlink Communications

5800 W. 45th Ave.

Amarillo, TX 79109

(806) 358-4801



Amarillo Globe-News

900 S. Harrison

Amarillo, TX 79101

(806) 376-4488



Texas Department of Public Safety

6592 I-40 East

Amarillo, TX 79118

(806) 376-2700


Potter County Elections Administration
900 S. Polk St., Room 320

Amarillo, TX 79101

(806) 379-2299


Potter County Tax Office / Vehicle Registration

900 S. Polk St., Suite 106

Amarillo, TX 79101

(806) 342-2600


Randall County Tax Office / Vehicle Registration

Amarillo Annex

4320 South Western St.

Amarillo, TX 79109

(806) 468-5654


Potter Randall Tax Appraisal District

5701 Hollywood Road

Amarillo, TX 79114

(806) 358-1601

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