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 Residential appraisal department is responsible for annual discovery and recording of new residential property, checking existing structures for physical changes, and analyzing and interpreting market transactions to apply updated market values each year to all residential properties in the county. New properties are inspected and physically measured each year during on-site inspections. Changes to existing properties as a result of new additions, demolitions, or condition are also accomplished through on-site inspections and with the use of high resolution aerial photography and interactive GIS software.
Residential Sales Survey
The Texas Property Tax Code requires Appraisal Districts to appraise property at its market value as of January 1st
Answers to frequently asked residential related questions. Don’t see your question? Contact us.
Videos that provide information about property inspections conducted by appraisers and the process of yearly valuation.
Quick access to downloadable forms (pdf). Accepted by mail or e-mail.
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