As the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation progresses, we are committed to serving the public. We take the health and well-being of the public along with our employees very seriously. We are continuing to follow the recommendations of our local government officials and have closed to public access. We are still open 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. to service the public thru email and by phone.
Being uncertain of when we will open for public access, we are encouraging property owners who have received a Notice of Appraised Value and wish to protest their property, to utilize the e-protest option on our website www.libertycad.com.
This will allow us to discuss and exchange information by email. Please see the included letter “How to file an E-Protest” for more details.
Liberty CAD eProtest –
click here if you received an eProtest letter with your 2020 Notice of Appraised Value and you would like to complete your informal protest online.
If you have received a settlement offer available notification (via email)…
You MUST accept or reject the offer within 10 DAYS of it being posted or your eprotest will be CLOSED and you MUST attend your scheduled hearing.
**SCHEDULED HEARINGS WILL SUPERSEDE THE 10 DAY RESPONSE FOR ALL ON-LINE OFFERS.
If you accept an offer, your protest will be closed and your name will be removed from any hearing docket.
**Again if you have been notified of a scheduled hearing you must attend or send a notarized affidavit, IF you have not resolved your appeal.
click here to fill out the protest form and submit it by email. With this option you will have to complete your informal protest by phone since we are not currently open for walk-in traffic.
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- Updated Property Tax Information
- 2020 Utility Usage Report
- 2020 Certified Totals
- 2020 Ag/Timber Values
- Sample Appraisal Notice
- Budget and Reappraisal Plan
- Tax Rate History
- Mass Appraisal Report
- Financial Statements
- Texas Property Tax Exemptions
- Low Income Housing Cap Rate
- 2017 Publications
- 2015 MAPS Review
- Annual Operations Reports
- Disabled Veterans May Qualify to Have Some or All of Their Property Taxes Waived
- Comptroller’s Office Encourages Homeowners to Take Advantage of Homestead Exemptions
- Liberty County Appraisal District Reminds Businesses to Render their Taxable Property by April 15