Tarrant County Appraisal District Mailing Address

Tarrant County Appraisal District Mailing Address

Physical Address:
Tarrant Appraisal District
2500 Handley-Ederville Road
Fort Worth, TX 76118-6909
Phone: (817) 284-0024.

How Do I Benefit From An Online Account At TAD.org?

If you are a current owner of a Tarrant County-based property, you can create an Online Account with TAD and add one or more of your currently-owned properties to your personal “My Dashboard” management screen. “My Dashboard” provides you with enhanced functionality and access to your property’s:

Value Notice
Property Record Card
Value Documentation/Evidence
Automated Market Value Review (Residential only)
Online Protest filing features w/evidence document upload
Online Rendition filing features w/attachments upload (Business Personal Property only)
Online Rendition Extension Request filing features (Business Personal Property only)
And other enhanced features that are coming soon.

How do I contact Tarrant Appraisal District?

Please dial (817) 284-0024.

Where can I pay my Tarrant County taxes?

Available outside the Tarrant County Administration Building, at the northwest corner of the building on Main Street, in downtown Fort Worth. The address is 100 E. Weatherford Street. Available 24/7.

How do I protest my property taxes in Tarrant County?

To protest a property value appraisal, the property owner, the owner’s designated agent, or a lessee of the property entitled by law to do so must file a notice of protest with TARRANT APPRAISAL REVIEW BOARD (TARB) – not with Tarrant Appraisal District (TAD).

How much is the over 65 exemption in Tarrant County?

An over 65 exemption is available to property owners the year they become 65 years old. By state law, this exemption is $10,000 for school districts. Other taxing units may adopt this exemption and determine its amount.

What is the property tax rate in Tarrant County Texas?

Tarrant County, Texas, whose county seat is Fort Worth, is one of the most populous counties in the country. At 2.10%, the county also has the fifth-highest average effective property tax rate of Texas’ 254 counties.

Where do you pay property taxes in Texas?

Your local tax collection office can give you the exact details of the property tax payment options available in your county, but these generally include credit card payments and payment through an escrow agreement.

How do I protest property taxes in Tarrant County?

You can informally protest your appraisal online, via mail (by filling out the back of your value notice) or over the phone. Or you can hire a property tax professional to protest for you. If you’re unsatisfied with the results of your informal protest, you can schedule a formal hearing with the Appraisal Review Board.