Duties of the the Auditor
- maintains the integrity of financial administration of county government
- primary duty is to oversee financial record-keeping for the county and to assure that all expenditures comply with the county budget
- by law, has continuous access to all books and financial records and conducts detailed reviews of all county financial operations
- has general oversight of all the books and records of all county officials and is charged with strictly enforcing laws governing county finances.
The office of county auditor is neither created by nor under the hierarchical control of the administrative body - the commissioners court. While commissioners court is the budgeting body in county government, both the county auditor and commissioners court are required, by law, to approve or reject claims for disbursement of county funds. The integrity of county financial administration is entrusted to a dual control system of "checks and balances."
To maintain the highest professional standards in carrying out the County Auditor's statutory duties and responsibilities.
To create and maintain an environment of sound fiscal management and efficient financial operations at all levels of county government
Hours of Operation
M-F 8a.m. to 12p.m. and 1p.m. to 5p.m
Charles Lewing, Auditor
Reeves County Courthouse
100 E. 4th Street
Pecos, Texas 79772
Phone: (432) 287-0222 Ext. 424
Fax: (432) 445-3268
Edward Blanco, Internal Auditor - ext. 445
Angela Harrison, Assistant Auditor - ext. 423
Lourdes Chacon, Assistant Auditor - ext. 443
Carolina Gonzales, Assistant Auditor - ext. 422
Norma Navarrete, Assistant Auditor - ext. 439