Click here……Why did my land value go up so much in one year?
Gov. Greg Abbott is encouraging tax authorities to cut property tax rates, not raise them | wfaa.com https://www.wfaa.com/article/news/local/texas/gov-greg-abbott-property-tax-childcare-unemployment-benefits/287-336f1fa9-65f8-4488-adce-4603b7dd2a2b Excerpt Q & A: Property owners are getting their annual appraisals, many with values that are going up. The state legislature passed a cap on how much those tax rates could go up, but the Texas Municipal […]
If My Taxes Are Frozen How Can My Value Go Up How do Caps work
2020 Combined Press Release for Statutory Requirements
March 31, 2020 Ellis Appraisal District Grants Business Owners 30 Day Rendition Extension Waxahachie – If you own a business in Ellis County and have tangible personal property used to produce income such as office equipment, inventory, and the like, you must report that property to the Ellis Appraisal District annually. While the deadline to file […]
The Ellis Appraisal District will be closed to the public on the following days. We hope the website will be helpful to you while we are unavailable to personally serve you. Date Day Holiday/Event 1-Jan-2020 Wednesday New Years Day 20-Jan-2020 Monday Martin Luther King Jr. Day 17-Feb-2020 Monday Presidents Day TBD – 2020 TBD PR Workshop/Training […]
The Ellis Appraisal Review Board will be meeting at 8:00 am on July 18, 2019 to conclude hearings and act on Approval of the 2019 Appraisal Records.
2019 Notices of Appraised Value will be in the mail on 4/1/2019 on about 61,000 properties and other notices on 4/15/2019. Please find helpful information below for reviewing your notice and filing a protest if you have concerns about your value, exemptions, etc. We look forward to serving you, Ellis Appraisal District Staff 2019 Appraisal […]
Folks, We want to make sure to remind everyone who received a notice in early April that the DEADLINE to PROTEST is MAY 15th. The Appraisal District Staff is here to help you with your concerns. But if a protest is not timely filed, only the Appraisal Review Board has authority to consider accepting a late […]
For 2018, the Ellis Appraisal District (EAD) mails out certain appraisal notices on April 2. The Texas Legislature established a law placing a deadline of May 15 on those notices. The deadline for filing a protest on any Notice of Appraised Value mailed after April 15th, will be 30 days from the date on the […]
- Curious about why your land value went up so much?
- Gov. Gregg Abbott – wfaa.com Q & A on Tax Rates and Valuation
- Want to know about Frozen Taxes and How Caps Work? Click here
- Updated Property Tax Info Press Release – including COVID Changes
- Rendition Deadline Extended to May 15. Click to read more.