The Texas Constitution, Article XVI, Section 44, Local Government Code of the State of Texas Chapter 83 and Chapters 111-117 and Chapter 155, provide for a County Treasurer and prescribe the duties as Chief Custodian of County Finance.

The County Treasurer is elected countywide for a four year term of office. Basic duties include, but are not limited to, receiving, investing, keeping and accounting, paying, applying, and disbursing all monies belonging to the County from whatever source derived, according to Law. The County Treasurer does not have custody or control over funds which do not belong to the county or those which are held by the county in trust. The County Treasurer preserves the system of checks and balances within the financial administration of county finances.


As a Texas County Treasurer, I will adhere to the highest standards and principles which produce the most beneficial consequences to those whom I serve. I will adhere to the dictates stated in my oath of office, to preserve, protect and defend the Constitution and Laws of the United States and of the State of Texas.

I will conduct myself in a professional manner. I will not knowingly or willingly do harm to, or deceive, the public I serve. I acknowledge that my actions will be judged by my peers and by those whom I serve as County Treasurer and must meet the highest standards of accountability.

I accept the responsibility to act with integrity in the performance of my duties as a County Treasurer.

A Professional always gives more than what they pay for.

Office Directory




Linda Douglass County Treasurer 1338
Mirsha Acosta Accounting Clerk 1331
Terri Troncoso Payroll Specialist 1374
Jacqueline Zambrano Administrative Assistant 1335
Ana Lerma Revenue Clerk 1303

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