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County Treasurer

Texas State University 

Honorable Pete Jasso Martinez
500 East San Antonio Street, Box #2
Pearsall, Texas 78061

A Texas County Treasurer Responsibilities:
The county treasurer is the chief of county finance is charged with the safekeeping and vesting of county funds.  This includes the maintenance and reconciliation of all checking accounts under the care of the county treasurer. 


  • Receives and deposits all county revenues 
  • Acts as chief liaison between the county and depository banks
  • Disburses funds upon the order of the Commissioners Court
  • Records receipts and expenditures and reconciles bank statements
  • May prepare the payroll
  • May be designated as the county's investment officer and required to submit regular reports on county finance to the members of the Commissioners Court
  • May also act as the county's human resources officer, employee benefits coordinator, risk manager and insurance coordinator
  • May have some audit responsibilities in counties with no Auditor

*A member of Camino Real Community Services Board of Trustees, representing Frio County-2020-21*

Phone: 830-505-2984
Fax:      830-505-7201
Office Hours: Monday to Thursday 8:00-5:00
                        Friday 8:00-12:00

Payroll Specialist/Assistant Treasurer - Rudy Alvarez
Clerk III/Assistant Treasurer - Ann Marie Stone


Property is considered unclaimed when it has been abandoned by the owner for more than one or three years, depending on the type of property.

Unclaimed property valued at $100 or less is reported to the Frio County Treasurer. 

List of Owners

Filing a claim for property:

Instructions                        Claim Request Form

Unclaimed property valued over $100 is reported to the Texas Comptroller.

County Treasurer: Duties and Responsibilities