Nueces County Appraisal District Mailing Address

Nueces County Appraisal District Mailing Address

Physical Address:
201 N. Chaparral Street
Corpus Christi, TX 78401

Phone: (361) 881-9978
General Information:

Office Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Chief Appraiser: Ramiro “Ronnie” Canales

Nueces County Appraisal District is responsible for the fair market appraisal of properties within each of the following taxing entities:

City of Agua Dulce
City of Aransas Pass
City of Bishop
City of Corpus Christi
City of Driscoll
City of Port Aransas
City of Robstown
Del Mar Jr College
Hospital District
Nueces County
Agua Dulce ISD
Aransas Pass ISD
Banquete ISD
Bishop ISD
Calallen ISD
Corpus Christi ISD
Driscoll ISD
Flour Bluff ISD
London ISD
Port Aransas ISD
Robstown ISD
Tuloso-Midway ISD
West Oso ISD

Drainage #2 Robstown
Drainage #3 Bishop
Nueces County Water District #4
Banquete Water District #5
Emergency Services District #1
Emergency Services District #2
Emergency Services District #3
Emergency Services District #4
Emergency Services District #5
Emergency Services District #6
Farm to Market Road
South Texas Water Authority
Kenedy County Groundwater
Conservation District.

Where can I pay my property taxes?

You may pay property taxes at any of our (4) locations, or you may mail your payment to:

Tax Assessor-Collector
P. O. Box 2810
Corpus Christi, Texas 78403

Where do I file for homestead exemption in Nueces County?

If you purchased a new home you need to file for a homestead exemption on your new homestead property with the Nueces County Appraisal District for the next January 1. You may obtain an application for a homestead exemption directly from NCAD by calling (361) 881-9978.

Do you pay taxes on market value or appraised value Texas?

This means that uniform appraisal is very important. Generally, all property must be taxed based on its current market value. That’s the price it would sell for when both buyer and seller seek the best price and neither is under pressure to buy or sell.

At what age do seniors stop paying property taxes in Texas?

The Texas Tax Code, Section 33.06, allows taxpayers 65 years of age or older to defer their property taxes until their estates are settled after death.