Bexar County Auditor's Office
Welcome to the Auditor's Office!
The position of Bexar County Auditor is appointed by the State District Judges for a term of two years. The County Auditor is the Chief Financial Officer of Bexar County, with numerous responsibilities mandated in the Texas State Statutes.
The primary responsibilities of the Bexar County Auditor consist of:
- Establishing internal controls
- Approving claims against the County
- Countersigning all checks other than checks to County Jurors
- Prescribing the system of accounting
- Maintaining a set of accounting records (general ledger)
- Examining the accounts of all county and district offices
- Reporting these findings to the Commissioners Court.
In addition to the primary responsibilities cited above, State Statutes dictate, "the County Auditor shall see to the strict enforcement of the law governing county finances".
Leo S. Caldera, CIA, CGAP is the Bexar County Auditor and has been a member of the Bexar County Auditor's Department since May of 1999.
View the Comprehensive Annual Financial Reports for Bexar County dating back to 2006.
View Monthly Financial Reports for Bexar County dating back to 2010.
View the Claims Registers for Bexar County in a monthly PDF format or download a raw data Excel format.
Notice of Unclaimed Property in PDF format. This property is money presumed to be abandoned and is subject to be claimed by the entitled party. View the document for more details.
The Bexar County Auditor's Office consists of four divisions: Administrative, Accounting, Audit, and Special Projects. Learn about the responsibilities for each division.