Shelby County Appraisal District
Robert N. Pigg, Chief Appraiser
724 Shelbyville Street  *  Center, Texas  75935

ph  (936) 598-6171  *  fax (936) 598-7096
            scad@sbcglobal.net

Business Hours:  8:30 am - 4:30 pm (Mon. - Fri.)
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TAXPAYER INFORMATION
Personal Property Depreciation Schedule
FORMS
Application for Residential Homestead Exemption
Application for Special Use (1-d-1) Appraisal
Application for Restricted-Use Timber Land Appraisal
Request for Separate Taxation of an Undivided Interest
Business Personal Property Rendition of Taxable Property
Rendition of Property Qualified for Allocation of Value
Appointment of Agent
Sales Questionnaire
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ARB Policies & Procedures
Homeowners Have Payment Options on Appreciating Home Value
Elderly or Disabled Homeowners - Property Tax Relief Available
Disabled Veterans May Qualify to Have Some of Their Property Taxes Waived
Productivity Appraisal Reduces Property Taxes on Farms and Ranches
Property Taxpayer Remedies
Property Tax Basics
Property Taxpayer Bill of Rights
General Appraisal Information
Annual Report 2015
Tax Rates and Exemptions 2016
E-FILE PROTEST
APPRAISAL REVIEW BOARD
Agendas
Agendas
Oil and Gas Frequently Asked Questions
Members:  Carlos Gray, Buddy Hancock, Richard Prince (Chairman), Wayne Riley and
Pam Shepherd
Members:  Tim Bradshaw, Keith Brownlow, David Chandler, James Cockrell, Robin Connell,
David Fallin, John Holloway, John Howard (Chairman), Debora Riley (Ex-Officio) and
Mac Warren
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Minutes
Minutes
Application for Request to Correct Name or Address
(Efile Protest Instructions)
APPRAISAL INFORMATION
Residential Property Appraisal Procedures
Taxpayer Complaint Procedures
MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION
Utilities
How Your Property is Appraised
Filing a Complaint Against The ARB
HISTORY OF THE APPRAISAL DISTRICT

The appraisal districts were established by the 66th Legislature in 1979 enacted by
Section 6 of the Texas Property Tax Code requiring that a centralized agency be
established in each county for the purpose of appraising property for ad valorem
tax purposes. These agencies were organized to ensure that property taxation
was fair and equitable as well as accurate. By law, an appraisal district is to be
managed by a professional staff having training and education prescribed by the
State of Texas. Also a Tax Code was written that prescribed appraisal standards
and appeal procedures and ensured regular review of each appraisal district by a
state agency.

The function of the appraisal district is to mass appraise real and personal
property at market value for the taxing entities of the county.  This would ensure
that only one value was placed on a property for each entity that had jurisdiction
to tax that particular property.

The Shelby County Appraisal District office was opened in 1980.  The first
appraisal roll was printed in 1982.  The information was gathered from various
resources including the tax rolls from the taxing entities of the county.
Shelby County Historic Courthouse
Special Use Appraisal Guidlines
Arbitration Information
ARB Frequently Asked Questions
BOD Policies & Procedures
How to Present Your Case at an Appraisal Review Board Hearing - A
Homeowners Guide:
How to Present Your Case at an Appraisal Review Board Hearing - A Guide
for Small Business Owners:
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Homestead Exemptions
NEWS:
Rendering Property - 4/6/2016
Non-Profit and Business Exemptions - 4/6/2016
Property Taxpayer Remedies (spanish version)
Property Tax Basics (spanish version)
Business Personal Property Appraisal Procedures