Protest Phase of the Appraisal Cycle
The District has concluded the discovery and analysis phases for the parcels within Williamson County and entered into the equalization, or protest phase. Property owners have the opportunity to review values with an appraiser, and file protests in person, by mail, or online. Properties eligible for filing an online protest are indicated by a watermark on the notice of appraised value. Unscheduled walk-in meetings with appraisers will be available until the date indicated on the notice of appraised value under Protest Procedures. Scheduled meetings and hearings will begin Wednesday, May 6th.
The appraisal & tax calendar link below offers important property appraisal related dates set by the Texas Property Tax Code.
Read more about the Protest Phase.
Useful information for property owners, such as taxpayer rights and common misconceptions.
A convenient location for taxing entities to find the data they are looking for.
Online forms & applications, property search, surveys, and online protest filing
Links to WCAD’s most requested tabular data, shape files, reports and Public Information Requests.
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