Property tax statements are mailed in October and individual property tax account information is posted on the Tax Office website, searchable by owner, address or account number. Taxes may be paid on-line using American Express, Discover, Visa or Master Card debit/credit cards. Additionally property tax may be paid by e-check from the Tax Office website. Taxes are also payable by phone. Property taxes on used Manufactured Housing units that are sold must be paid in advance based on estimated value and tax rates.
Business Taxes and Fees:
Vehicle Inventory Tax-
Sellers of motor vehicles, motor cycles, cars, motor homes or 18-wheelers pay inventory tax on each vehicle sold. The dealership must file a monthly report with their taxes for the past month's sales.
Alcoholic Beverage Fees-
Business engaged in or planning to engage in the sale of beer, wine or liquor must secure certain permits and licenses from Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission (TABC). The Tax Office processes some of the fees related to the permits and licenses for TABC.
The Tax Office works with the TABC in reporting unpaid property tax to the Commission on properties where alcoholic beverages are sold. TABC pursues suspension of alcoholic beverage sales at locations with delinquent property taxes.
The Tax Office supports requesting municipal courts by refusing registration renewals on vehicles for owners with outstanding traffic related citations. Citations should be addressed with the specific courts before seeking registration renewals.
We look forward to
assisting you with
your property tax or motor
vehicle related question.
Please email us at:
Stacey Dvoracek - Chief Deputy
Jayne Ashcraft - Department Manager Motor Vehicle
Yako Lehr - Supplemental Adjustment/Computer Systems Manager