Join the Travis Central Appraisal District for a series of webinars aimed at helping Travis County property owners navigate the property tax system.

Your Property Tax Bill
Thursday, January 4, 2024 at 11:30 am
Join representatives of the Travis Central Appraisal District and Travis County Tax Office to review your 2023 property tax bill. Learn more about the roles that the Appraisal District and Tax Office play in determining your tax bill, payment options, and options available to those having difficulty paying their bill.
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Browse the videos below to review the 2023 Property Owner Webinar Series

Upcoming Webinars

January 2024           
Your Property Tax Bill
February 2024     
Homestead Exemptions
March 2024  
Appraisal Information for New Homeowners
April 2024       
Understanding Your Notice of Appraised Value
May 2024         
2024 Protest Process


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What does an appraisal district do?2022-06-27T10:09:57-05:00

Each Texas county is served by an appraisal district that determines the value of all of the county’s real and personal property. Generally, a local government that collects property taxes, such as a county, city and school district, is a member of the appraisal district.

What is a taxing entity?2020-10-29T14:48:13-05:00

Taxing entities are the local government entities such as  cities, hospital districts, junior colleges, and municipal utility districts. Taxing entities provide services to the taxpayers they service such as schools, roads, police, fire, and other services taxpayers expect.

What is a homestead exemption?2020-10-29T20:18:54-05:00

A homestead exemption lowers your property taxes by removing part of the value of your property from taxation. There are several different types of homestead exemption, including the general residence homestead exemption and exemptions for seniors, people and veterans with disabilities, and some surviving spouses.

Do I have to apply for a homestead exemption every year?2022-06-27T10:09:53-05:00

No, you do not have to reapply for a homestead exemption unless the Chief Appraiser requests a new application in writing, you move to a new residence, or your qualifications for an exemption change.

Homestead exemptions do not transfer between owners. New property owners must submit a new application for a homestead exemption on their property.

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