• September 16, 2021

Tags : el paso property taxes

Analysis: A $5.5 billion shift in who pays for public

Fast-rising property values in Texas can be hard on local taxpayers, but they’re gravy to the state government. Because of the way public schools are funded, a rise in local property tax revenue means the state doesn’t have to send as much money to local school districts. The schools would get the same amount as […]Read More

Property tax home valuations explode by average of 13% in

Many El Paso homeowners are seeing a significant spike in their property appraisals, pushed upward by a hot real-estate market during the pandemic, Central Appraisal District officials said. The average home valuation in El Paso increased by 13% between 2020 and 2021, said Dinah Kilgore, CAD executive director and chief appraiser. That average was not […]Read More

City reminds residents of approaching Property Tax Deadline

Monday morning, City officials reminded residents that the deadline to pay 2020 property taxes is Monday, February 1, 2021. “Taxpayers are encouraged to pay before the deadline to avoid delinquent penalties and interest,” officials shared via a news release. Property tax bills may also be printed by visiting the Tax Office website and selecting “Pay […]Read More

City: Property Tax Deadline Around the Corner

The deadline to pay 2018 property taxes is Thursday, January 31, 2019. Taxpayers are encouraged to pay before the deadline to avoid delinquent penalties and interest. Property tax bills may also be printed by visiting the Tax Office website and selecting “Pay Your Taxes.” For more information, visit the city’s website, email citytaxoffice@elpasotexas.gov, or call […]Read More

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