VISIT TEXAS.GOV/PROPERTYTAXES TO FIND A LINK TO YOUR LOCAL PROPERTY TAX DATABASE
ON WHICH YOU CAN EASILY ACCESS INFORMATION REGARDING YOUR PROPERTY TAXES, INCLUDING INFORMATION REGARDING THE AMOUNT OF TAXES
THAT EACH ENTITY THAT TAXES YOUR PROPERTY WILL IMPOSE IF THE ENTITY ADOPTS ITS PROPOSED TAX RATE. YOUR LOCAL PROPERTY TAX DATABASE
WILL BE UPDATED REGULARLY DURING AUGUST AND SEPTEMBER AS LOCAL ELECTED OFFICIALS PROPOSE AND ADOPT THE PROPERTY TAX RATES THAT WILL
DETERMINE HOW MUCH YOU PAY IN PROPERTY TAXES.
You may request the same information from the assessor of each taxing unit for your property by requesting their contact information from
your Tax Assessor-Collector at:
THE COUNTY TAX ASSESSOR DOES NOT DETERMINE PROPERTY VALUES OR TAX RATES
To courteously and professionally serve the taxing units of County by providing equal and uniform appraisals of all properties whereby efficient assessment and collections services will be performed on behalf of participating taxing units in compliance with the statutes of the Texas Property Tax Code.
The Dawson County Central Appraisal District appraises property for ad valorem taxation of these taxing authorities.
City of Lamesa
Mesa Underground Water District
Dawson County Hospital
Dawson County Central Appraisal District Appraises and Collects For All Of The Above Entities.
The duties of the appraisal district include:
The determination of market value of taxable property
The administration of exemptions and special valuations authorized by the local entities and the State of Texas
Tax rates and ultimately the amount of taxes levied on property are determined by governing bodies of each of the taxing authorities. Mineral, utility and industrial accounts are appraised for the district by Pritchard & Abbott, Inc. in Fort Worth, Texas. Real estate and personal property accounts are appraised locally by the district.