Search and pay for your Nueces County property tax online via this service.

You can search for your property tax records using one of the following information:

  • Account Number
  • Owner's Name
  • Address
  • Appraisal District Reference Number, or 
  • Fiduciary Number


How can I pay property taxes in Nueces County, TX?

You have the following options to pay your property taxes in Nueces County, TX: 

  • Pay by Phone: You can pay your property taxes using the Nueces County's Automated interactive phone system by calling 1-888-949-0985.
    You will need your property tax account number to complete the transaction.
  • Pay by Mail: You can also your taxes by personal check, cashier check or money order. Please make them payable and mail to:

    Nueces County Tax Assessor-Collector
    P.O. Box 2810
    Corpus Christi, TX 78403

    Overnight physical address:
    901 Leopard Street
    Suite 301
    Corpus Christi, TX 78401

    Please include property tax account number with payment.
  • Pay Online: You can make online payments for your Nueces County by clicking the "PAY NOW" button above. 

When are property taxes due in Nueces County, TX?

Nueces County Property tax statements are mailed out by October of each year. Property taxes are due upon receipt, and should be paid no later than January 31st of the year following the year the tax statements are mailed.

Why am I getting a delinquent tax bill on a parcel I just purchased?

The tax laws require this office to mail delinquent tax bills to the current owner of real estate, rather than to the previous owner. Because a tax lien exists against that parcel, it is in the current owner’s best interest to have knowledge of that lien. If a lawsuit were filed to foreclose the lien, the current owner (not the previous owner) risks losing the property to foreclosure.

What kind of payment options are available for taxpayers who are eligible for exemptions in Nueces County?

4-Payment Option: This option applies only to property the person occupies as a residence homestead and only to those persons who are considered disabled/or over 65 years of age) If, before January 1st of the current tax year, you are disabled or 65 years of age and are qualified for the Over 65 or Disabled Homestead Exemptions, you may make your payments in four equal installments without incurring penalty and interest, if paid in the following manner:

  • 1st payment due before January 31
  • 2nd payment due before April 1
  • 3rd payment due before June 1
  • 4th payment due before August 3