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Appraisal Notices have been mailed for the 2023 Tax Year

The Shelby County Appraisal District mailed appraisal notices on May 15th. Your city, county, school district and other local taxing units will use the appraisal district’s value to set your 2023 property tax rates.

Under Texas law, county appraisal districts are required to notify property owners about changes in their property’s value. The notice co
ntains important information about the property’s location, its ownership and property tax exemptions that have been applied to the property.

Property owners who disagree with the appraised value of their property, the exemptions or any other action by the appraisal district have the right to appeal to the Shelby County Appraisal Review Board (ARB) even if they do not receive an appraisal notice. The ARB is an independent panel of citizens responsible for hearing and settling property owner protests. The notice of appraised value includes instructions on how and when to file a protest, a protest form, and the Comptroller’s Property Taxpayer Remedies of which will also be available on the appraisal district’s website.  The deadline for filing a protest with the ARB is June 14th or 30 days after the day your notice was mailed.

The Comptroller’s publication, Property Taxpayer Remedies, explains in detail how to protest your property appraisal, what issues the ARB can consider and what to expect during a protest hearing. The publication also discusses the option of taking your case to district court, the State Office of Administrative Hearings or binding arbitration if you are dissatisfied with the outcome of your ARB hearing.

Property Taxpayer Remedies is available on the Shelby County Appraisal District’s website at or by calling (936) 598-6171.  The publication is also available on the Comptroller’s Property Tax Assistance Division’s website at


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