Financial Reports


Click on the title sections below to view all financial reports

The Annual Comprehensive Financial Report is a set of financial statements for a state, municipality, or other governmental entity that comply with the accounting requirements established by the Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB). Even when they’re available online, deciphering county financial reports can be a challenge. The Texas State Comptroller’s website has developed a guide to understanding Annual Comprehensive Financial Reports with accompanying videos.

Archive of Historical Reports (dated information for historical reference only)


Mid-Term Financial Reports are periodic, unaudited reports on County revenues and expenditures by fund for the 3 major funds (General Fund, Road & Bridge Fund, and the Debt Service Fund).  

Rating Agency Reports are credit reports issued on County Finances. The reports from Fitch Ratings and Standard & Poor’s can be found here.

The Financial Policy is a report of accounting policies approved by the Williamson County Commissioners Court.