Albert Uresti, MPA, PCC
Bexar County Tax Assessor-Collector

Lisa Anderson, PCC
Chief Deputy of Administration

Stephen W. Palacios, CPA, PCC
Chief Deputy of Operations

David DeLeon
Director, Motor Vehicle Registration Department

Carlos J. Gutierrez, PCC
Director, Property Tax Department

Pat Hatzel, PCC
Director, Financial Reporting Department

Richard Salas, Esq.
Manager, Customer and Public Information


Vista Verde Plaza Building
233 N. Pecos la Trinidad
San Antonio Texas 78207-3175
(210) 335-6628    Tax Info
(210) 335-6627    Motor Vehicle
Mon - Fri 8:00 AM - 4:45 PM
Wednesday open to 6:30 PM

3370 Nacogdoches Road #160
Salado Park II
San Antonio Texas 78217-3375
(210) 335-6627
Mon- Fri 8:00 AM - 4:45 PM
Wednesday open to 6:30 PM

8407 Bandera Road
Bandera Festival Shopping Center
San Antonio, Texas 78250-2574
(210) 335-6627
Mon- Fri 8:00 AM - 4:45 PM
Wednesday open to 6:30 PM

3505 Pleasanton Rd.
San Antonio, Texas 78221
(210) 335-6627
Mon- Fri 8:00 AM - 4:45 PM
Wednesday open to 6:30 PM

Official Mailing Address:
Albert Uresti, MPA, PCC
Tax Assessor-Collector
Bexar County
P.O. Box 839950
San Antonio, TX 78283-3950

If you have any questions or require additional information, please feel free to e-mail us at


Not only does going green make cents, but it's healthy for the environment. As the Bexar County Tax Assessor-Collector, I am strongly committed to our community and to preserving our environment. At the same time that we are helping to protect our environment, we can also put a little extra cash into our pockets.

Through an agreement with Bexar County and VIA Metropolitan Transit, county employees are permitted (at no cost) to ride any bus or trolley to and from work. In addition to saving on fuel, parking, and the wear and tear of your vehicle, it also reduces the amount of pollution and greenhouse gas emissions that is generated each day. According to

According to a recent study by the American Public Transportation Association (APTA), families that use public transportation can reduce their household expenses by $6,200 annually; this exceeds the amount an average U.S. household spends on food each year.

Most people think of recycling as a way of reducing the amount of trash that goes into our landfill. While this true, it is also a way to make some extra money. Popular recycling items are ink cartridges. Consider these facts:

Recycling ink and toner cartridges is not only great for the environment, but it offers an opportunity to earn some quick cash. For example, Staples offers a $3 in-store coupon for each cartridge you bring into their store. As for my office, I have already implemented a program to recycle all of our toner cartridges. Our used toner cartridges are being shipped to the manufacturer for recycling with a prepaid label. Subsequently, we are paid within 30 days after the manufacture receives the toner cartridges. Furthermore, the toner recycling payments are being deposited back into the Bexar County General Fund.

I am proposing a countywide recycling program that would encourage the remanufacturing of all ink and toner cartridges. For additional information regarding our recycling program, please contact my Supervisor of Support Services, Manuel Diaz, at (210) 335-6547.