The Comptroller's office does not have access to your local property appraisal or tax information. Most questions about property appraisal or property tax should be addressed to your county's appraisal district or tax assessor-collector.
Appraisal districts can answer questions about:
agricultural and special appraisal
protests and appeals
special inventory appraisal
County tax assessor-collector offices can answer questions for the taxing units they serve about:
other information related to paying property taxes
Questions about a taxing unit that is not listed as consolidated in a county should be directed to the individual taxing unit.
This directory contains contact information for appraisal districts and county tax offices and includes a listing of the taxing units each serves. Taxing units are identified by a numerical coding system that includes taxing unit classification codes.
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This directory is periodically updated with information as reported by appraisal districts and tax offices.
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Numerical Coding System
Each taxing unit has a unique numerical code, consisting of eight numbers. For example: 001-902-02 Cayuga Independent School District
001 - Refers to the county in which the taxing unit is located; in this case, Anderson County (001).
902 - Refers to the taxing unit's unique identifying number; also called "unit identifier".
02 - Refers to the type of taxing unit, i.e. city, school, county, water district; in this case, a school district.