Protest Information

Protest Information

In order to protest the appraised value of your property, you must notify the District in writing by the deadline shown on your Notice of Appraised Value.  Generally, the deadline to file a protest is May 15th or 30 days from the Notice date whichever is later.  If you did not receive a Notice of Appraised Value, then you may still file a protest by filling out the appropriate protest form and filing it by the protest deadline. The protest form is available on our website or you may contact our office and we will send you a protest form directly to you. Once you have timely filed the protest, you will be notified in writing of your scheduled hearing date.

Frequently Asked Questions about protests.

Protest Form

Please refer to the “Forms” section on our website for a copy of protest forms.

Electronic Filing of Protests (E-File)

E-File Instructions

FAQ – On line Protests

If you qualify, then please use our E-File Portal to log in.


How to Present Your Case at the Appraisal Review Board Hearing for Homeowners

How to Present Your Case at the Appraisal Review Board Hearing for Small Businesses

Additional Resources

Tax Payer Remedies

Appraisal Review Board Hearings

Appraisal Review Board- Hearing Procedures

Appraisal Review Board – Rules of Order


FAQ – Binding Arbitration

FAQ – 25.25c (correction of roll)

FAQ – 25.25d (1/3 over protests)

FAQ – Online Arbitration Center