Welcome to Wilson County Appraisal District!
Our goal is to provide our users with accurate, usable information to assist in easily finding any data regarding property taxes in Wilson County. If there is data you need that does not appear on our website, or if you have suggestions, I invite your input. We are dedicated to serving the citizens of this community in every way possible to ensure that property taxation in Wilson County is fair and equal.
Each county appraisal district determines the value of all taxable property within the county boundaries. Tax Code Section 25.18 requires appraisal districts to reappraise all property in its jurisdiction at least once every three years. Each appraisal office shall implement the plan for periodic reappraisal. When appraisers are performing an on-site inspection, they are identifying property characteristics that affect property value i.e., age, condition and verifying if any structures have been added or removed since the last inspection. WCAD’s 2022 Re Appraisal Plan includes rural subdivisions and cities.
A “re-check” is a specific reason for an on-site inspection i.e., new house, mobile home installed, pool, metal building, structure was removed or torn down, etc. WCAD performs a re-check when our office has been notified of a change. Typically, our office is notified by the property owner, lender, permit or issuance of the property situs. If an appraiser(s) visits your property for a re-check one year and your property falls within the appraisal plan the following year or vise versa, you may have a visit from a WCAD appraiser(s) within the three years.
Below is the list of the neighborhoods the appraisers will be in starting…..
Bridge Water Ranch ABREGO LAKE
Cibolo Ridge BENTWOOD SUBD
Colibro Creek Sub CARRIZO SPRINGS
Eden Crossing EAGLE CREEK RANCH
Lake Valley Estates RIVER BEND
Las Palomas Country Club LINKS OF RIVERBEND
The Meadows at Quail Run THE ESTATES OF EAGLE CREEK
Westfield Ranch TOWER LAKE ESTATES
Rocky Point TRIPLE R RANCH
The appraisal review board may approve the appraisal records if the sum of the appraised values has been determined, of all properties in which a protest has been filed, is five percent or less of the total appraised value of all other taxable properties (referred to as certifying the appraisal roll).Property Tax Code 26.01 & 41.12
Any protests filed for 2021 that have not been scheduled for an ARB hearing prior to certification will be scheduled in August or September. Our office is also open to the public for informal hearings during business hours. No appointment is required. If you filed your protest online please keep checking the online portal for updates or communication.
The Property Tax Code in Texas is overseen by the Texas Legislature. They set the laws that guide the property valuation process. Every two years, lawmakers have an opportunity to improve that process. The Wilson County Appraisal District nor the local government officials have the authority to change the laws.
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