Notice of Estray May 9,2013
Four brangus cows found in center point.
Contact Kerr County Animal Control
3600 Loop 534
For questions concerning the burn ban in Kerr County contact your
commissioner at 792-2215.
Click here for the precinct
The burn ban hotline is
792-HEAT or 792-4328
State provisions of
penal code 28.04, reckless damage or destruction, allow for a
possible fine of up to $10,000 and/or confinement. Air quality
regulations from the TCEQ
specify the state wide rules for outdoor burning. The Kerr County Judge
may cite the Texas Disaster Act of 1975 or HB2620 on outdoor burning as
a basis for a 'burn ban' in the un-incorporated areas of the county.
Kerr County specificlly cites
local government code 352.081, regulation of outdoor burning,
as basis for its
burn ban. Each Kerr County
commissioner then specifies the status of burning for a particular
precinct. All of these rules and laws may apply to those burning
outdoors in Kerr County Texas.
Please burn Safely
Burn ban documents
Outdoor Burning Rules, Regulations, and Guidance from the Texas Forest Service.
Texas Administrative Code on Burning
Click here for the court order
Truth in Taxation 2012 Tax Rates
Click here to view the 2012 Kerr County Texas Tax rates
Kerr County Budget
Click here to view the Kerr County Budget
Unclaimed Property List
Click here for the Unclaimed Property list published August 2011.
Subdivision Rules & Regulations
Click here to download the full document.
and here for the
Revised December 4, 2012
Electronic Filing of Court Documents
Click here to download the full document in Microsoft Office Word format.
Click here to download the full document in Adobe PDF format.
Bail Bond Board Agenda and Minutes
Click here to view the agenda and minutes directory.
Kerr County Crime Stoppers
Crime Stoppers has two new ways to report tips.
On-line at https://www.tipsubmit.com
Click here to submit a Crime Stopper Tip
Text Messaging instructions
Click here for a demonstration
1. Text “KERRCRIME plus your message” to CRIMES (274637)
2. Upon reception of a tip the system will reply with a confirmation containing your unique Tip ID.
3. To submit follow-up information simply reply.
4. The thread may be terminated by texting STOP into the system at any time or by you manually selecting the “Terminate Thread” button from within the application.
Notice to Kerr County residents
Kerr County has implemented a new Emergency Notification system named CODE RED. If you would like to be
notified of an emergency situation effecting your Kerr County business or residence you should sign up for this system. The information will only
be used for emergency notification purposes. Questions should be directed to the Kerr County Sheriff's Office at (830)896-1216.
Code Red Emergency Notification System
Click here to update your information