Tax Rate Legal Posting
- Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD adopted a tax rate that will raise more taxes for maintenance and operations than last year’s tax rate.
- The tax rate will effectively be raised by .203 percent and will raise taxes for maintenance and operations on a $100,000 home by approximately $2.11.
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Hours & Location
We are located in the Administration Building at 1445 N. Perry Road, Carrollton, TX 75006.
We are open 8:00 a.m. – 4:45 p.m., Monday – Friday.
Our taxpayers now have the option to pay by CREDIT CARD online. We accept Discover, Mastercard and VISA. Please note that there is a 3.5% convenience fee that is charged by the credit card company. Click here to view your statement and pay online.
Payments may be made in person at the office during our office hours (our hours and days of operation vary during school holidays and during the summer, please note our hours of operation above) or mailed to:
Anna Brady, RTA
P.O. Box 110611
Carrollton, Texas 75011-0611
Tel: 972-968-6106 or 972-968-6172
Appraisal notices will be sent to all taxpayers at the beginning of May. Your notice includes the value of your property, the estimated amount of taxes for the tax year and any exemptions that you applied for prior to this mailing. If you have any questions about your notice please contact your appraisal district:
Denton County Appraisal District
Dallas County Appraisal District
About Your Tax Statement
Tax Statements are being mailed at the beginning of October. If you have an escrow account with your mortgage company the mortgage company will receive a bill. All other bills are sent to the homeowner. If you would like a copy for yourself you may print one off this web site. Please feel free to call us with any questions.
The tax statement covers taxes from January 1 through December 31. Payment is due to us no later then January 31. A postmark of January 31 is acceptable. Payments postmarked February 1 and later will be assessed penalty and interest.
We suggest that you have the post office hand stamp the date on your envelope to insure a January 31 postmark. The same applies for the end of each month thereafter.
In order to qualify for a homestead exemption you must have owned and lived in your home on January 1 for the year you are applying, and not claim an exemption on any other property. Applications may be obtained from your appraisal district.
A person with a disability may apply for an exemption. You must first qualify for the General Residential Homestead Exemption (above). A freeze ceiling will be placed on your taxes beginning the year your exemptions are granted. Please contact your appraisal district for more information.
If you are 65 years of age or older, you need not own your home on January 1st. You qualify for the over-65 exemption as soon as you turn 65, own the home, and live in it as your principal residence. A freeze ceiling will be placed on your taxes beginning the year your homestead exemption is granted. Please contact your appraisal district for more information.
Installment Payments for Disabled Persons and Over-65 Taxpayers
If you have a disabled exemption or an over 65 exemption you are eligible to pay your taxes in installments without penalty or interest. Please contact your appraisal district for more information.
If you are 65 years of age or older or are disabled and the property is your residence homestead, you should contact the Appraisal District regarding any entitlement you may have to a postponement in the payment of your taxes.