Evictions

An eviction case is a lawsuit brought to recover possession of real property, often by a landlord against a tenant. A claim for rent may be joined with an eviction case if the amount of rent due and unpaid is not more than $10,000 excluding statutory interest and court costs but including attorney fees, if any. 

Governed by Rules 500-507 and 510 of Part V of the Rules of Civil Procedure. To the extent of any conflict between Rule 510 and the rest of Part V, Rule 510 applies.

  1. Texas Eviction Diversion Program
    The Supreme Court of Texas established the Texas Eviction Diversion Program (TEDP) through the Twenty-Seventh Emergency Order Regarding the COVID-19 State of Disaster. Administered by the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs, the program seeks to reduce the number of evictions by enabling landlords and tenants to agree upon a resolution to non-payment of rent issues. For more information regarding the Program please visit the TX Courts' Eviction Diversion Program page.
  1. Precinct 1

    Physical Address
    3505 Pleasanton Rd.
    San Antonio, TX 78221

    Phone: 210-335-4500

    Hours of Operation:
    Monday - Friday
    8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

    Taking Care of Tickets During the
    COVID-19 Pandemic in Precinct 1


  1. Precinct 2

    Physical Address
    7723 Guilbeau Rd
    Suite 105
    San Antonio, TX 78250

    Phone: 210-335-4800

    Hours of Operation: 
    Monday - Friday
    8:00 AM - 5:00 PM


  1. Precinct 3

    Physical Address
    320 Interpark Blvd.
    San Antonio, TX 78216

    Phone: 210-335-4700

    Hours of Operation: 
    Monday - Friday
    8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

    Taking Care of Tickets During the
    COVID-19 Pandemic in Precinct 3

  1. Precinct 4

    Physical Address
    2711 S.E. Loop 410 South
    San Antonio, TX 78222

    Phone: 210-335-4900