Office: 830-76-4197                              Fax: 830-796-4538

Office Hours:                                          Monday-Friday                                      7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 

 Closed 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.         Closed Weekends and Holidays

Honorable Beverly Schmidt
P.O. Box 436
500 Main Street
Bandera, Texas 78003
Office: 830-796-4197
Fax: 830-796-4538
  • For questions/information concerning Accounts Payable, please contact the Auditor's Office.
  • For questions/information concerning Payroll/Employee Benefits, please contact Human Resources.
  • Click Here for Documents and Reports Prepared by the Treasurer's Office


to the Bandera County Treasurer's Office web page.  The information contained in this web page is provided to inform you of the duties and responsibilities of the Bandera County Treasurer and the Treasurer's Office and to provide you with information, forms and investment reports.

The County Treasurer is a state constitutional elected office elected to a four-year term.  The Treasurer serves as the chief custodian of county finances, receives and accounts for all monies belonging to the County.  The County Treasurer pays, applies and disburses monies as Commissioners Court may require or direct, within constitutional law.

The County Treasurer invests available county funds. All investments are in compliance with the Public Funds Investment Act (Texas Government Code, Chapter 2256) and the Bandera County Investment Policy.

In performing these functions, the County Treasurer performs an extremely important role in the "checks and balances" of the monies that flow through Bandera County.  As with all elected county officials, the primary duties of the County Treasurer are defined by the Texas Local Government code.

I am honored to serve as your Bandera County Treasurer.  Should you have any questions or comments about the Bandera County Treasurer's Office, please feel free to contact me.


The office of county treasurer was one of the foundational offices first created by the Texas Constitution in 1846, with its description being the Chief Custodian of Money Management.  It is an important office for checks and balances of the millions of dollars of taxpayer's monies that pass-through county government.