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The Property Appraiser is responsible for property tax exemptions, such as:

  • Homestead Exemptions
  • Widow and Widower Exemptions
  • Disability Exemptions

First-time applications for homestead, widow and widower, or disability exemptions must be filed with the Property Appraiser's Office by March 1st of the tax year. After that, all exemptions are automatically renewed; you need not reapply.

You must notify the Property Appraiser when you no longer qualify for any of the exemptions.

About The Property Appraiser

In addition to exemptions, the Property Appraiser is responsible for the preparation of the current ad valorem taxroll; assessed value of property; taxable value; assessed owner’s name and address, including address changes; and, the legal description of property.

Note: If property taxpayers have a mailing address change, the Property Appraiser advises they complete and submit a National Change of Address form available at any U.S. Post Office or Go to USPS Website and complete Online Address Change Form.

For more information on these subjects, please visit the Property Appraiser's Office website.