Meaningful transparency leads to greater accountability. Texans work hard to earn every tax dollar they send to the state and local governments. This why we publish information about how and where those dollars are spent. We provide easy-to-use tools to track state government spending and most local government entities.

Information from municipalities, counties, school districts and special purpose districts can be also be reported here.

Have a question about a specific transparency program? Visit our contact page to learn more.

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What's New?

July 2022 CRE Update

The 2022-23 Certification Revenue Estimate Update

On July 14, Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar revised the Certification Revenue Estimate upward, increasing the November estimate of General Revenue-related funds available for certification by $13.75 billion.

Sheriffs and Constables Fees

Sheriffs’ and Constables’ Fee Reporting is Open

The annual reporting window for changes to fees is now open. Reporting closes October 15. Report changes now »

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New Spending and Revenue Dashboard

Get more detailed data about the money Texas collects and spends using our new dashboard. Our updated Transparency website now gives you easier access to our data on Texas dollars.

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Local Entity Debt Lookup

Observe self-reported debt information by the state’s local governments.

Eminent Domain

Eminent Domain Reporting and Public Database

Your first stop for learning about eminent domain authority in Texas.

Transparency Stars Awardees

Transparency Stars Awardees

Distinguished local governments who have gone above and beyond in their transparency efforts.

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