Kerr County Public Notices

Public Meeting Notice

June 24, 2024 - Regular Session

The Kerr County Commissioners' Court will meet in open, regular session on Monday, June 24. (It meets on the second and fourth Mondays of each month.)

To view the topics to be covered in the meeting, see the full agenda HERE.

To view previous meeting agendas, click HERE. To read minutes from past meetings (as far back as 1856), click HERE.

And, interested in the meeting, but can't attend? Then check out the livestream or view the meeting at a time of your convenience on the county's YouTube channel HERE.

July 1, 2024 - Budget Workshop

It's budget season for Kerr County, Texas! The Kerr County Commissioners' Court will meet on Monday, July 1, at 8 a.m. in the first-floor, commissioners' courtroom to cover some topics related to the planning of next year's 2024-2025 Fiscal Year.

View the full agenda HERE.

*NOTE: Every regular session of the commissioners' court (2nd and 4th Mondays of each month) between now and when the budget is adopted has a 10:30 a.m. timed item on the agenda that will allow for public input on the budget. Public comments are limited to 3 minutes and signup before the meeting is required, with forms located next to the entry.

CodeRed Notice to Residents

Kerr County provides a free emergency notification system for residents. If you would like to be notified via phone or email about any emergency situation affecting your local business or home, you should sign up today. The system is used only for emergency notification purposes. Questions? Call the Kerr County Sheriff's Office at 830-896-1216.

Sign Up or Manage Account for CODERED

Kerr County Tax Rates

2022 Tax Rates
2021 Tax Rates
2020 Tax Rates
2019 Tax Rates
2018 Tax Rates

Truth in Taxation 2018-2022 Tax Rates

Truth in Taxation 2018-2022 Rates Summary

Truth in Taxation Worksheets & Notices 2023

2023 Kerr County Tax Rate Worksheet
2023 Kerr County Public Hearing on Tax Rate
2023 Truth in Taxation Calculation Worksheet - Lateral Roads
2023 Truth in Taxation Calculation Worksheet - Lake Ingram Estates Road District
For a complete list of current 2023 calculation worksheets, public hearing notices and more, click HERE.

e-Statement Tax Bill Information

This agreement form -- e-Statement Agreement Form -- must be filled out and returned to the Kerr County Tax office to ensure the electronic delivery of tax bills.

Fill in all the information, print it out, sign it and either mail it to:

Kerr County Tax Office
ATTN: e-Statement
700 Main Street, Suite 124
Kerrville, TX 78028

Or scan and email it to

CAUTION: If you have a mortgage company that pays your taxes DO NOT apply for this. It will cause the mortgage company not to receive its statement.

If you already have an e-Statement account, Login to update your contact information.

If you no longer wish to receive your tax statements electronically, please email your owner ID number and request to on or before Sept.15 of the year you no longer wish to receive them electronically.

Burn Ban/Outdoor Burning

The get up-to-date information on the county's burn ban, call either of these hotlines:
830-792-HEAT (4328) or 830-315-BURN (2876)

Map Highlighting Kerr County Precincts 1, 2, 3 & 4

Kerr County Burn Ban Order No. 40629


The Kerr County Judge may cite the Texas Disaster Act of 1975 or HB2620 on outdoor burning as a basis for a burn ban in the unincorporated areas of the county. Kerr County specifically cites Local Government Code 352.081 (Regulation of Outdoor Burning) as the basis for its burn ban.

Kerr County commissioners are then individually responsible for determining the status of burning in their respective precincts.

Provisions of Texas Penal Code 28.04 (Reckless Damage or Destruction) allow for a possible fine of up to $10,000 and/or jail confinement for those who commit violations. Air quality regulations from the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality specify the statewide rules for outdoor burning.

All of these rules and laws may apply to those burning outdoors in Kerr County Texas.

NOTE: If open-air, open-flame burning is permitted in your precinct, then please notify your nearest volunteer fire department and the Kerr County Sheriff's Office of your intent to burn before lighting your fire. Please burn safely.

Burn ban documents

Outdoor Burning Rules, Regulations and Guidance from the Texas Forest Service.
Texas Administrative Code on Burning

Subdivision Rules & Regulations

The newest Subdivision and Manufactured Home Rental Community Regulations, which were adopted by the Kerr County Commissioners' Court on Nov. 28, 2022, are viewable HERE.

Addendum to Subdivision and Manufactured Home Rental Community Regulations, as adopted by the Kerr County Commissioners' Court on Feb. 13, 2023, is viewable HERE.

To view the public notice about the new Subdivision and Manufactured Home Rental Community Rules (Order No. 39679), click HERE.

APO Best Management Practices

After a collaborative effort between aggregate production operators (APOs), local residents and businesses and local governmental representatives, the following Best Management Practices was agreed upon and recommended unanimously to the Kerr County Commissioners' Court.

The court adopted the order, also unanimously (5-0), on Monday, March 27, in regular session.

APO Best Management Practices


***Retail sales of fireworks will be allowed during the July 4th holiday period. Texas law stipulates that period from Saturday, June 24, through midnight on July 1.***

The Kerr County Commissioners' Court is responsible for either allowing or prohibiting the shooting off of fireworks.

Sales of "skyrockets with sticks" or "missiles with fins" may or may not be prohibited by the court in the unincorporated areas of the county, depending upon the holiday and the environmental conditions of the time.

Texas allows for the sales of fireworks during certain periods, such as for the Fourth of July, Cinco de Mayo (for the 46 counties that lie within a 100-mile distance of the US-Mexico border) and December (Christmas and New Year's) holidays. State law allows the use of fireworks unless the county commissioners prohibit them because of existing drought conditions.

Additionally, local commissioners may allow, by specific order, fireworks sales and use around: Texas Independence Day, San Jacinto Day and Memorial Day.

For additional information on fireworks, view Texas Fireworks Law.

Airport Strategic Plan

Kerrville-Kerr County Airport Strategic Plan 2019-2023 This airport is co-owned by Kerr County, Texas, and the City of Kerrville. More on the Airport

Bail Bond Board

Kerr County Bail Bond Board Rules

Electronic Filing of Court Documents

Rules for e-Filing for District and County Courts

Kerr County Economic Development Program

Order Adopting Kerr County, Texas Economic Development Program, Including Guidelines and Criteria for Tax Abatement (with Program document being attached to order)

Mass Gathering Permit

Kerr County Mass Gathering Permit Application

Open Records Request

Kerr County, Texas, is committed to serving its citizens with accuracy, efficiency and transparency.

Open Records Request Form

Rabies Control

Kerr County Animal Services is the local rabies control authority.

Kerr County Rabies and Animal Control Order