Denton Central Appraisal District

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Last Modified:Thursday 13 October 2016, 10:52
2016 Tax Rates and Exemptions Now Available
Thursday, 06 October 2016
The 2016 Tax Rates and Exemptions are now available, you may find them by clicking here.

Last Updated ( Thursday, 06 October 2016 )
Digital Photography Project
Saturday, 01 October 2016

The Denton Central Appraisal District has contracted with Tyler Technologies, Inc. to digitally photograph from public roadways the exterior of all residential and commercial properties within the jurisdiction of DCAD. The project provides many benefits, some of which include:

* Photos will help provide more efficient and accurate information for use in property tax appraisals.
* Complete a property inventory of all improved parcels within the DCAD jurisdiction.
* Validate property addresses to identify homes and businesses for fire, police and medical emergency response.
* Assist the public by providing better access to information.

* Assist homeowners and businesses with "before" photos in case of losses.

* Enhance emergency management recovery reports necessary for state and federal assistance.

We appreciate your patience and cooperation with this important project. The photos will be taken from a white van clearly marked with the name of the project. People and pets in front of the structures will not be photographed. The project will begin in October, 2016 and should be completed by March, 2017. If you have questions, please submit them via our helpdesk or you may call 940-349-3800.

Last Updated ( Monday, 03 October 2016 )
Denton CAD Meets or Exceeds Standards Required by the State
Wednesday, 21 January 2015

2014 Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts Methods and Assistance Program (MAP)

The MAP program is designed to determine whether appraisal districts are meeting minimum requirements for performing statutory and appraisal duties.

Mandatory Requirements
1. Does the appraisal district board of directors, through the chief appraiser, ensure that the appraisal district budget is prepared and followed according to Tax Code Chapter 6?
2. Do the chief appraiser and appraisal district staff communicate with the public concerning appraisal district duties and responsibilities and the role of taxpayers in the property tax system?
3. Do the appraisal district personnel or contractors have the education, training and experience to perform the duties of the appraisal district?
4. Is the implementation of the appraisal district's most recent reappraisal plan current?

Appraisal District Activities
Taxpayer Assistance
Operating Procedures
Appraisal Standards, Procedures, and Methodology

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Last Updated ( Wednesday, 21 January 2015 )
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