Company Overview The Williamson Central Appraisal District (WCAD) is an independent, specialized local government whose primary function is to appraise all properties within Williamson County and to provide accurate and reliable property values to the taxing entities within Williamson County. Located in Georgetown, Texas, WCAD is at the center of one of the fastest growing […]
The Property Tax Process And How You Can Have an Impact on Your Tax Bill If you missed the meeting, you can watch the video from our videos page The Williamson County Tax Office and Williamson Central Appraisal District will be hosting a town hall meeting to discuss the property tax process, and what property […]
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Commissioner Cook took time to write an editorial in the Austin American-Statesman regarding the role and responsibilities of appraisal districts in the tax process. Read the full article on the Austin American-Statesman’s website.
In 2018 the Williamson Central Appraisal District employees raised and provided $3,000 to Hounds for Heroes, Hospice Austin-Williamson County, and CASA of Williamson County.
The 2018 Annual Report can be found HERE
October is designated as National Breast Cancer Awareness Month (NBCAM) and Williamson Central Appraisal District (WCAD) employees joined in to show their support and help spread the word about breast cancer awareness by wearing Pink, the color that symbolizes breast cancer awareness. Help make a difference! Show your support and spread the word about breast […]
GEORGETOWN — Applications are being accepted for Williamson County residents interested in service on the 2019 Williamson Central Appraisal District Appraisal Review Board (ARB). The review board hears property owner protests about appraised value, exemption denials, and other Appraisal District related matters. ARB members sit in panels of three to conduct property owner protest hearings. […]
In mass appraisal, property values follow the real estate market. It is important to follow these trends to understand how and why values are determined. The article below explains what is trending in Georgetown, Texas. 6 Real estate trends to know in Georgetown.
Per HB 2228, beginning in 2018, personal property renditions will be due on April 1st. If April 1st falls on a weekend, then the rendition is due on the first business day after April 1st. The rendition deadline can be extended to May 1st if the property owner files a written request on or before […]
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