Bastrop County currently holds a bond rating of AA+ with S&P Global Ratings and an Aa1 with Moody’s Investor’s Service. In 2023 the County issued $9,500,000 in Combination Tax and Revenue Certificates of Obligation, series 2023. The bonds have interest rates ranging from 4% to 5%. The certificates will be used for (1) construction and equipping of a County’s building on County purchase land in Bastrop, Texas; (2) technology and communication upgrades; (3) construction and improvement of County roads and bridges; (4) acquisition of road maintenance equipment; (5) County building upgrades; (6) payment for professional services relating to the design, construction, project management, and financing of the aforementioned projects. The total outstanding debt as of September 30, 2022 is $42,274,000. All tables include information up to Bastrop County’s last audited fiscal year. Audits are published every April for the previous fiscal year ending September 30th.