Our Mission Statement
“To provide accurate and uniform appraisals based on the local market, conducted in a fair and professional environment with an emphasis on customer service.”

PROTEST PHASE OF THE APPRAISAL CYCLE
2021 Notices of Appraised Value have been mailed. The Coryell CAD will be handling informal protest hearings by online protest, email or phone calls. No in-office informal meetings will be held. To file an online protest, please click on the “Online Protest” button located at the top of this screen. If you do not wish to file online, you may complete the protest form included with your appraisal notice and return it to our office via mail, fax, email or in-person.  Contact information is on the right side of this screen. Formal Appraisal Review Board hearings will be available in-person or via teleconference. The protest deadline is May 15th or 30-days after the notice is mailed, whichever is later.
Helpful Links:
How to Present Your Case at an ARB Hearing: A Homeowners Guide
How to Present Your Case at an ARB Hearing: A Guide for Small Businesses

Welcome to the Coryell Central Appraisal District!

Within this site you will find general information about the District and the ad valorem property tax system in Texas, as well as information regarding specific properties within the district. Coryell Central Appraisal District is responsible for local property tax appraisal and exemption administration for 19 jurisdictions (taxing units) within Coryell County, Texas. The district appraises property according to the Texas Property Tax Code and the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practices (USPAP).

Each taxing unit, such as the county, a city, school district, municipal utility district, etc., sets its own tax rate to generate revenue to pay for such things as police and fire protection, public schools, road and street maintenance, courts, water and sewer systems, and other public services. Appraisals established by Coryell CAD allocate the year’s tax burden on the basis of each taxable property’s January 1st market value.

The Appraisal District’s primary responsibility is to develop an annual appraisal roll for use by taxing units in imposing ad valorem taxes on property in the district. Coryell CAD is governed by the Board of Directors, who is primarily responsible for the hiring of the Chief Appraiser as well as approving the annual budget.

Taxes

It is not the responsibility of Coryell CAD to establish tax rates or collect property taxes. For questions concerning tax payments and taxes due please visit the Coryell County Tax Office website at coryellcountytax.com or call the Coryell County Collector/Assessor at 254-248-3142.

 

CORYELL CAD’S RESPONSE TO COVID-19
Coryell Central Appraisal District offices are open for limited interaction with property owners. The lobby is open to allow for property owners to drop off any correspondence or get application forms and assistance.
Appraisers are not conducting face-to-face meetings. The Coryell CAD still encourages property owners to contact us via phone call or email located under “Contact Information” on the right side of the web page. Homesteads, Agriculture & Business Rendition forms can all be filed online by clicking the online forms button at the top of this web page.  Thank you for your help in maintaining the health of Coryell County property owners.

THERE IS NO FEE TO FILE A HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION
“Homestead Designation Services” is not affiliated with the Coryell Central Appraisal District. This letter was NOT sent by our office and has no bearing on your property tax homestead exemption.

Contact Information

Gatesville Office:
705 E. Main Street
Gatesville, TX 76528
Phone: 254-865-6593
Fax: 254-865-1280

Copperas Cove Office:
207 S. 3rd Street Suite 200
Copperas Cove, TX 76522
Phone: 254-542-6960
Fax: 254-542-7586

Email: info@coryellcad.org
Mailing Address:
705 E. Main Street
Gatesville, TX 76528

Hours of Operation:
(Both Locations)
Monday – Friday
8:00am – 12:00pm
1:00pm – 5:00pm