Welcome to our online website. The information found here is an attempt to better serve you and expedite your business within the various departments of the County Clerk’s Office. I have been your County Clerk since 1993 and appreciate your continued confidence in my ability to serve this community.
The County Clerk is an elected position with duties set out statutorily in the Texas Constitution as follows: The Texas Constitution Article 5 - JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT Section 20 - COUNTY CLERK
There shall be elected for each county, by the qualified voters, a County Clerk, who shall hold office for four years, who shall be clerk of the County and Commissioners Courts and recorder of the county, whose duties, perquisites and fees of office shall be prescribed by the Legislature. The chart below indicates more specifically each duty that falls under the jurisdiction of the County Clerk. Each link will take you to a specific page outlining the services available by that department. I sincerely hope you will find this site helpful and please feel free to contact me or my staff if you need further assistance.
Honorable Joy Streeter
Notice of Change in Texas Law
On June 24, 2013, in Msc. Docket No 13- 9092 the Supreme Court of Texas issued an Order stating that all counties in Texas would transition into mandatory e-filing by attorneys for all civil, probate and family law cases. (http://www.txcourts.gov/jcit/efiling/efilinghome.asp)
Since Comal County already accepts e-filing we are on the fast track for the new implementation from Tex. File. This means we have an E-Filing Go-Live target date of October 2nd, 2013. We strongly encourage all attorneys to begin using Tex. File e-filing for Texas on that date.
By January 1st, 2015, Comal County Court At Law, Civil and Probate Departments will no longer be allowed by law to accept any paper filings from attorneys; they must be e-filed. For more information about E-Filing go to http://www.texfile.com/