Tax statements will be mailed by mid-October to property owners in Tarrant County

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100 E. Weatherford, Room 105 • Fort Worth, Texas 76196-0301 • 817-884-1100
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Tax statements will be mailed by mid-October to property owners in Tarrant County.


“Bills on accounts with a qualified homestead exemption will reflect the proposed $100,000 homestead exemption proposed by the 88th Legislature as required by Senate Bill 2,” announced Wendy Burgess, Tarrant County Tax Assessor-Collector. “The Senate Bill requires voter approval in November. Taxpayers can expect a supplemental bill in December for the difference in the unlikely event the proposed amendment is not approved,” stated Burgess.

The proposed amendment states that “the tax bill is considered a final tax bill for the taxes imposed on the property for the 2023 tax year, and no additional tax bill is required to be mailed unless the constitutional amendment is not approved by the voters.”

Tax bills will include the statement required in S.B. 2, which reads in part, “…Because of action by the Texas Legislature, your tax bill has been lowered by $_____”, and the difference between the amount of the tax bill if the changes in law made S.B. 2 were not in effect for that tax year and the amount of tax bill if the Act were in effect for the tax year will be inserted. The statement will include details that will help the taxpayer understand the impact of this amendment on their tax bill.

Property tax payments can be made once the statement is available online and may be made by using one of the following options:

  • Online: Select the PAY NOW button to enter our newly designed payment portal from our website at Tarrant County Property Tax. Online payments must be completed by 11:59 p.m. Central Standard Time on January 31, 2024, to avoid penalty and interest.
  • Phone: 817-884-1110
  • Mail: Checks/cashier checks/money orders are accepted by mail and must be USPS postmarked on or before January 31, 2024. We highly suggest taking any mailed payments inside a USPS facility, having it hand stamped by the staff, or deposited into a mail receptacle inside the building.
  • In person: Payments may be made in person at any Tarrant County Tax Office location. Visit our website for a list of locations and maps.  

We accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover online, over the phone and in person. All debit and credit card payments are assessed a convenience fee by the credit card companies. However, there is no fee for e-Check payments.

Our customer service representatives are available at 817-884-1100 Monday-Friday 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., excluding County holidays. You may send your property tax questions by email to or by chat from our website.

News release date: September 25, 2023