Tax Calendar

Texas Protax Calendar

Important Property Tax Dates to Know

Don’t miss these important dates when it comes to Texas property taxes. The experts at Texas Protax can help ensure that you don’t miss a deadline and meet all the tax protest appeal requirements.

January 1st

Appraisal Values Estimated For Real Property. All properties are valued based on their estimated market value and condition on January 1.

January 31st

Final Day To:Pay tax bill
File a late protest
File homestead, over 65, or disabled exemptions for up to two tax years prior

April

Notices of Appraised Values mailed

April 15th

Business Personal Property Rendition Deadline

April 30th

Exemptions DeadlineHistorical, solar, 1-d-1 agricultural special valuations, and more

May 15th

Deadline To File A ProtestDeadline to file for all Notices of Appraised Value is May 15, or 30 days after the printed date of the notice, whichever is later. If the deadline falls on a weekend or holiday, the deadline shifts to the next business day.

October 1st

Tax Rates SetTax bills will be mailed out shortly after the tax rates and exemption discounts are set for the year

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