1010 East Eighth Street, Suite 630
Odessa, TX 79761
The office of the County Treasurer was established in the Texas Constitution in 1846. In 1891, J.M. Jackson was the first Ector County Treasurer, according to the research done by Ector Counties long time County Clerk, Lucille Wolz.
The Ector County Treasurer is the Chief Custodian of county finance for Ector County and officially the County’s Banker and has the responsibility of collection and accounting for all monies belonging to the County from any source derived according to the law.
The Ector County Treasurer operates as the Chief Liason between Ector County and the County’s depository Bank. The Treasurer’s office is defined by the Texas Local Government Code.
The primary duties of this office included being the county’s co-investment officer, receiving, keeping, accounting, reconciling bank statement, invoicing, responsibility of paying, applying and disbursing all monies belonging to the county. Descriptions are brief and should not be considered all- inclusive.
Cleopatra Anderson-Callaway “Your Certified Ector County Treasurer”
****Progressing through Communication… Cooperation…. Dedication****
- Award Outstanding Treasurer of the State of Texas 2020-2021
- County Co- Investment Officer
- Member of the County Treasurer’s Association (CTAT)
- Member of the Texas Association of Counties
Cleopatra Anderson-Callaway attributes the efficiency of her offices to her capable and willing staff.
Treasurer's Monthly Reports
History of The Ector County Treasurer's Office
Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts Unclaimed Property Website
Ector County Treasurer Unclaimed Property Statement and Form
Ector County Unclaimed Property Fund listing
last updated 03/14/2022
County Treasurers Association of Texas