Denton Central Appraisal District

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Last Modified:Friday 22 May 2015, 9:48
Location of ARB Hearing
Thursday, 14 May 2015
If your ARB Hearing is scheduled for the Lewisville location, it will be held at:

Lewisville Career Center East
2553 Farm to Market Road 544
Lewisville, TX 75056

If your ARB hearing is scheduled for the Denton location, it will be held at:

Denton Central Appraisal District
3911 Morse St.
Denton, Tx 76208

Last Updated ( Thursday, 14 May 2015 )
2015 Appeals Process
Tuesday, 28 April 2015

Protest Hearing Bundle

The Denton Central Appraisal District has launched an online protest filing system for eligible property owners.

You may access the Online Appeals website at

If you have a residential property and you don’t have a tax agent representing you for property tax matters, you may be eligible to file a protest online, upload evidence, view District evidence, and schedule or reschedule a formal protest hearing. You may also have the opportunity to accept or decline a value settlement offer from the District.

Using this system, property owners no longer have to visit the Appraisal District to appeal their property value. Excluding the Appraisal Review Board hearing, the entire process can be completed from the comfort of your own home.

If your property is eligible for online protest filing, you will find additional information included with your 2015 Notice of Appraised Value.

If your property is not eligible for online protest filing or you would like to speak to an appraiser informally, you can also get in line before you arrive through our Q-Less system. You’ll be able to visit our website to get in line, or call or text a number we’ll provide. If you use your cell phone, we’ll send you a text or call when it’s getting close for your time to meet with an appraiser.

If you have any questions, please let us know through our Helpdesk.
Last Updated ( Tuesday, 05 May 2015 )
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
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Last Updated ( Wednesday, 21 January 2015 )
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Click Here to Get in Line Before You Arrive

For an informal residential appraisal review with a staff appraiser in our office, try our new Qless virtual waiting room. Qless will send text updates to your cell phone to let you know your current wait time and when it's your turn.