The Appraisal District Board of Directors Role in the Property Tax System
The local property tax system follows the principle of checks and balances.
An appraisal district board of directors hires the chief appraiser, sets the budget and appoints the appraisal review board members.
The directors have no authority to set values or appraisal methods.
The chief appraiser carries out the appraisal district's legal duties, hires the staff, makes the appraisals and operates the appraisal office.
Regular board meetings take place on the 4th Tuesday of the month at 6:00 p.m. located in the Caldwell County Appraisal District office.
Appraisal District's Board of Directors Requirements
2022 Appraisal Notices have been mailed April 29, 2022 for most properties.
Protest Deadline is May 31, 2022.
Remember to turn in your Homestead applications.
The 2022 Appraisal Values were certified as of July 18, 2022.
You may apply for the 2023 Tax Year for AG applications.
Please see new requirements.
Processing of Deeds for Ownership changes are currently as of recorded date JANUARY 31, 2023.
All property splits & subdivision created after April 1, 2023 will be split for 2024 tax year.
These splits and new accounts will not create a 2023 tax bill.