Henderson County Appraisal District Chief Appraiser Bill Jackson is warning Henderson County property owners of a large increase for 2020, despite Covid-19. Henderson County Appraisal District values were 8 to 15% below market value the chief appraiser explains. It appears he intends to make up the difference with a large property tax increase for 2020.


Henderson County property owners are encouraged to file a property tax appeal by May 15 and request the Henderson County Appraisal District Hearing Evidence Package (Tax Code 41.461; 41.67d). If you request it, after you protest, HCAD MUST provide it 14 days before the hearing. HCAD is prohibited from presenting evidence at the Henderson County Appraisal Review Board hearing, unless it was provided in the Hearing Evidence Package.

Henderson County Appraisal District Chief Appraiser Bill Jackson reports value notices will be mailed May 1 or later. However, if they do not mail you a notice of value, the protest deadline is May 15th. Property owners should file a property tax protest by May 15th, on market value and unequal appraisal.

The Hearing Evidence Package is only available if you file a property tax protest. Tax protests are due May 15, unless the property is noticed later by the Henderson County Appraisal District.

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