Tracy Soldan, CCT, CIO
Kerr County Courthouse
700 Main Street
Kerrville, Texas 78028
Phone: (830) 792-2276
Fax: (830) 257-9228
Hours of Operation
8 a.m. to 12 p.m. and
1 p.m. to 5 p.m. and
excluding county holidays.
The office of County Treasurer was one of the foundational offices established by the Texas Constitution in 1846.
The Treasurer is elected by the voters for a term of four years. The County Treasurer serves as the county's banker
and is the chief custodian of all county finances.
The County Treasurer, as the chief financial custodian:
- Receives monies belonging to the County from all sources
- Keeps and accounts for all monies in a designated depository
- Maintains records of all deposits and withdrawals
- Pays and applies or disburses all monies in such a manner as the Commissioners' Court may direct, by law
- Acts as chief liaison between the County and all depository banks
- Invests county funds in compliance with the Public Funds Investment Act (Texas Gov. Code, Chapter 2256) and
the Kerr County Investment Policy
All receipts of any official belonging to the County must be turned over to the County Treasurer daily. The County Treasurer reconciles all bank
statements, thus assuring their accuracy and the safety of County funds.
The County Treasurer, who may be designated as the County's investment officer, is required to submit regular reports on County finance to the members
of the Commissioners Court for inspection and verification.
To provide for the safekeeping of all County funds, continually improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the Treasury's
administrative operations, and to perform in a professional and ethical manner the duties and responsibilities of the
Kerr County Treasurer and the Treasurer's Office. In so doing, serve the Office and the public in a fair, impartial,
and consistent manner; establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with all county officials, county
employees, other state and local entities, and the general public.