The Civil Division for the Bexar County Criminal District Attorney's Office is responsible for the representation of Bexar County, its officials and employees in all county civil litigation and legal transactions. The Division also advises county officials on legal questions that arise concerning their official duties. The Division helps with employment questions and complaints arising within the County's workforce, including union related issues and collective bargaining. Lawsuits involving County employees, from auto accidents to civil rights cases filed against law enforcement officials in the Sheriff's and Constables' offices are handled by the Civil Division. The Division has provided legal assistance on all major County initiatives such as restoration of the San Pedro Creek and BiblioTech. Also included are the County's many capital projects such as flood control and venue tax projects like the Tobin Performing Arts Center and the development and operational agreements with the San Antonio Spurs at the County's Coliseum grounds. The Civil Division, serving at the direction of the District Attorney, performs all civil functions handled by a County Attorney.