Here at The Williamson Central Appraisal District, we strive to provide you with knowledgeable service. Our office will be closed for the Independence Day holiday Monday, July 4th. We apologize for any inconvenience this causes you, but we will be back open and ready to assist you at 8 AM on Tuesday, July 5th.
The Protest Deadline for most property owners in Williamson County was May 16th, 2022. Per Texas Property Tax Code 41.44(a)(1), WCAD cannot accept a late protest. You may petition the ARB, with good cause, to accept a late protest by using the late protest form at https://www.wcad.org/hearing-reschedule-request-late/.
If your Notice of Appraised Value was dated after April 17th, 2022, refer to the Notice for your protest deadline.
The staff of the Public Services department is the first point of contact for the public when they call or visit the Williamson Central Appraisal District. In addition to handling a wide range of phone calls and in-office inquiries, the department also processes partial and total exemptions, tax deferrals and public information requests.
Home Owner Exemptions:
The online Residential Homestead Exemption Application covers several exemptions. Follow the below link to see qualifying information and descriptions of each exemption covered by the application. Residential Homestead Exemptions Application. (Included on this application are options for the following exemptions)
- General Residential Homestead
- Age 65 or Over
- Disabled Person
- 100% Disabled Veteran
- Age 55 or Older Surviving Spouse
Other Exemptions and Forms:
Charitable ExemptionDisabled Veteran or Survivors of a Disabled Veteran
Mailing Address Change Request
Tax Deferral for 65 or Older or Disabled Homeowner
Other helpful links:
Window on State Government
Georgetown TX 78626-8050
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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