Due to end of fiscal year balancing, no property tax payments will be able to made online, via phone, or in person on October 1, 2019. Please plan accordingly.
Due to end of fiscal year balancing, online and phone payments for property tax will be unavailable from Sept. 20th until the first week of October. Payments can be made in person at all locations. Please plan accordingly.

Military Deferral

Per Texas Property Tax Code section 31.02 an eligible person, defined as a person on active duty in this state who was transferred out of state due to war or national emergency, that is serving on active duty in any branch of the United States Armed Forces during a war or national emergency, may pay delinquent property taxes without penalty and interest on any property for which they own interest no later than the 60th day after the date on which the earliest of the following occurs:

  • The person is discharged from active military duty
  • The person returns to the state for more than 10 days
  • The person returns to non-active duty status in the reserves
  • The war or national emergency ends

To receive this exemption you must fill out the form for military deferral and include a copy of your military orders showing the dates of active duty. This form must be filed with the county tax assessor collector’s office.

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