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Avoid Penalties! Pay your taxes by January 31, 2019

Property tax payments are due by January 31, 2019.

“All eight of the Dallas County Tax Office locations are open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. to assist taxpayers with their property tax payments, but we encourage taxpayers to pay online whenever possible to avoid the crowds,” stated John R. Ames, Dallas County Tax Assessor/Collector.

Pay online, don’t stand in line!
Dallas County citizens can pay online with an eCheck, for no additional fees, at www.dallascounty.org/tax. They can also continue using their MasterCard, Visa, Discover and American Express credit and debit cards at the same site or pay property taxes by phone through JP Morgan Chase Bank at 866-863-8323 (English) or 866-361-1741 (Español). All credit and debit card transactions are subject to Chase Bank convenience fees. As always, you can mail your taxes in the envelope provided or pay at one of the eight Dallas County Tax Office Branches.

The Dallas County Tax Office’s Customer Care Center is available to assist taxpayers with questions regarding property taxes, motor vehicle registrations and title concerns Monday through Friday, from 8:00 a.m. until 4:30 p.m., at 214-653-7811.

Mr. Ames continued, “Please do not hesitate to call us with your questions; we look forward to serving your needs. The Dallas County Tax Office encourages citizens who cannot afford to pay in full to make partial payments. Partial payments will be applied and only the remaining balance will be subject to penalties rather than the full original amount due.”

2018 Property Tax Statements Mailed

Statements Mailed! The Dallas County 2018 property tax statements are in the mail! “We are delighted to provide timely tax statements to the citizens of Dallas County for the ninth year in a row. The citizens of Dallas County deserve that kind of service. This allows taxpayers the maximum amount of time to plan and make their payments on time,” stated John R. Ames, Dallas County Tax Assessor/Collector. When Mr. Ames took office in 2009, he brought a renewed awareness and sense of urgency to the Tax Office from mailing statements timely, creating efficiencies using innovative technology and providing multiple convenient payment methods for the citizens of Dallas County.

Pay online, don’t stand in line! The Dallas County Tax Office is pleased to continue offering citizens several easy-to-use payment channels to make their property tax payments. Citizens can pay online with an eCheck, for no additional fees, at www.dallascounty.org/tax. They can also continue using their MasterCard, Visa, Discover, and American Express credit and debit cards at the same site or pay property taxes by phone through JP Morgan Chase Bank at 866-863-8323 (English) or 866-361-1741 (Español). All credit and debit card transactions are subject to Chase Bank convenience fees. As always, you can mail your taxes in the envelope provided or pay at one of the eight Dallas County Tax Office Branches.

Informational Postcard! As a reminder, if your property is mortgaged with an escrow account, a complete tax statement was sent to your requesting mortgage company and an informational postcard was mailed to you in lieu of a duplicate tax statement. You can obtain additional tax statements at www.dallascounty.org/tax or call the Tax Office Customer Care Center at 214-653-7811. The Customer Care Center is available to assist with property tax and motor vehicle title and registration questions Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Mr. Ames continued, “Please don’t hesitate to contact us with your questions. We look forward to serving the needs of the citizens of Dallas County.”

Do you want to receive your 2018 Tax Statement electronically by October 2018?
Go Green by enrolling in our Property Tax eStatement Program.

The deadline for registering for electronic tax statements is September 15 of each tax year. Please complete the registration submission on or before that date. If you have registered in previous years and your e-mail address is the same, you do not need to register again.

  1. Go to www.dallascounty.org/tax.
  2. Select the “Click Here for Property Taxes”.
  3. Search for your property by name, address, account number or fiduciary number.
  4. Click on “eStatement Enrollment”

Upon enrollment, your current property tax statement will be sent to your email address until you cancel the eStatement or you no longer own the property.

Have You Paid Your Property Taxes?
Avoid Additional Penalties, Pay your Property Taxes by the End of the Month.

PAY IN PERSON: At any of our Eight Tax Office Locations, Monday – Friday, 8:00 am to 4:30 pm
PAY ONLINE: At www.dallascounty.org/tax
PAY BY MAIL: At P. O. Box 139066, Dallas, TX 75313
PAY BY PHONE: English: 866-863-8323 / Espanol: 866-361-1741

Did you receive an Appraisal Notice?
Please contact your local Appraisal District for information reguarding your property valuation.

Avoid Penalties! Pay your taxes by January 31, 2018

Property tax payments are due by January 31, 2018.

“All eight of the Dallas County Tax Office locations are open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. to assist taxpayers with their property tax payments, but we encourage taxpayers to pay online whenever possible to avoid the crowds,” stated John R. Ames, Dallas County Tax Assessor/Collector.

Pay online, don’t stand in line!
Dallas County citizens can pay online with an eCheck, for no additional fees, at www.dallascounty.org/tax. They can also continue using their MasterCard, Visa, Discover and American Express credit and debit cards at the same site or pay property taxes by phone through JP Morgan Chase Bank at 866-863-8323 (English) or 866-361-1741 (Español). All credit and debit card transactions are subject to Chase Bank convenience fees. As always, you can mail your taxes in the envelope provided or pay at one of the eight Dallas County Tax Office Branches.

The Dallas County Tax Office’s Customer Care Center is available to assist taxpayers with questions regarding property taxes, motor vehicle registrations and title concerns Monday through Friday, from 8:00 a.m. until 4:30 p.m., at 214-653-7811.

Mr. Ames continued, “Please do not hesitate to call us with your questions; we look forward to serving your needs. The Dallas County Tax Office encourages citizens who cannot afford to pay in full to make partial payments. Partial payments will be applied and only the remaining balance will be subject to penalties rather than the full original amount due.”

2017 Property Tax Statements Mailed

Statements Mailed! The Dallas County 2017 property tax statements are in the mail! “We are delighted to provide timely tax statements to the citizens of Dallas County for the eighth year in a row. The citizens of Dallas County deserve that kind of service. This allows taxpayers the maximum amount of time to plan and make their payments on time,” stated John R. Ames, Dallas County Tax Assessor/Collector. When Mr. Ames took office in 2009, he brought a renewed awareness and sense of urgency to the Tax Office from mailing statements timely, creating efficiencies using innovative technology and providing multiple convenient payment methods for the citizens of Dallas County.

Pay online, don’t stand in line! The Dallas County Tax Office is pleased to continue offering citizens several easy-to-use payment channels to make their property tax payments. Citizens can pay online with an eCheck, for no additional fees, at www.dallascounty.org/tax. The Dallas County Tax Office is always looking for new ways to provide the best service to our customers. Today, we are happy to announce we are now accepting American Express credit and debit cards. They can also continue using their MasterCard, Visa, and Discover credit and debit cards at the same site or pay property taxes by phone through JP Morgan Chase Bank at 866-863-8323 (English) or 866-361- 1741 (Español). All credit and debit card transactions are subject to Chase Bank convenience fees. As always, you can mail your taxes in the envelope provided or pay at one of the eight Dallas County Tax Office Branches.

Informational Postcard! As a reminder, if your property is mortgaged with an escrow account, a complete tax statement was sent to your requesting mortgage company and an informational postcard was mailed to you in lieu of a duplicate tax statement. You can obtain additional tax statements at www.dallascounty.org/tax or call the Tax Office Customer Care Center at 214-653-7811. The Customer Care Center is available to assist with property tax and motor vehicle title and registration questions Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Mr. Ames continued, “Please don’t hesitate to contact us with your questions. We look forward to serving the needs of the citizens of Dallas County.”

Do you want to receive your 2017 Tax Statement electronically by October 2017?

Go Green by enrolling in our Property Tax eStatement Program!

The deadline for registering for electronic tax statements is September 15 of each tax year. Please complete the registration submission on or before that date. If you have registered in previous years and your e-mail address is the same, you do not need to register again.

  1. Go to www.dallascounty.org/tax.
  2. Select the “Click Here for Property Taxes”.
  3. Search for your property by name, address, account number or fiduciary number.
  4. Click on “eStatement Enrollment”

Upon enrollment, your current year property tax statements will be sent to your email address until you cancel the eStatement or you no longer own the property.

Have You Paid Your Property Taxes?

Avoid Additional Penalties, Pay your Property Taxes by the End of the Month.

PAY IN PERSON:  At any of our Eight Tax Office Locations, Monday – Friday, 8:00 am to 4:30 pm
PAY ONLINE:  At www.dallascounty.org/tax
PAY BY MAIL:  At P. O. Box 139066, Dallas, TX 75313
Pay By Phone:  English: 866-863-8323 / Espanol: 866-361-1741

Did you receive an Appraisal Notice?

Please contact your local Appraisal District for information regarding your property valuation. Click here to locate your local appraisal district.

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