Pay Property taxes in Bastrop County, Texas with this online service.
Who determines the tax rate?
The CAD only appraises property. The local governing bodies determine the tax rate
What is Valuation Date?
Section 23.01 of the Texas Property Code states that "all taxable property is appraised at its market values as of January 1.
What can I do if I disagree with my value?
An informal meeting with an appraiser, if an agreement is not reached, then; 2. File a written protest for a hearing before the Appraisal Review Board (ARB). You will be notified of your hearing date and time after your protest is filed. You are not required to be represented by an attorney. Evidence must be presented to the ARB in the following manner: A. In person; or B. By an authorized agent; or C. By affidavit (a notarized sworn statement) At the conclusion of the hearing the ARB will issue an order determining value and inform you of post ARB appeal
How do I find out about tax exemptions in Bastrop County, TX?
To file for a property tax exemption or obtain information in regards to a property tax exemption in Bastrop County, please contact the Bastrop Central Appraisal District at 512-303-1930, or write to their office at PO Drawer 578, Bastrop, TX, 78602