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Exemptions reduce the taxable value of your property. Exemptions do NOT eliminate taxes. To apply, download the exemption application from www.hcad.org.
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Yes, city taxes are a separate statement from the Harris County statement. Southside Place is one of a few Harris County cities that mail separate statements.
Southside Place tax rate is .318768 per $100 valuation.
Yes, the city offers a $185,000 exemption.
A disabled veteran is entitled to an exemption from taxation of a portion of the assessed value of a property the veteran owns. This exemption is based on a schedule set by the state and ranges from $5,000 up to $12,000 depending on the disability rating.
If you are a veteran who receives 100% disability compensation due to a service connected disability or have a determination of individual unemployability from the U.S. Department of Veteran’s Affairs, you are entitled to an exemption from taxation of the total appraised value of your residence homestead. Surviving spouses of veterans who qualified for this exemption or who would have qualified for this exemption if it was in effect at the time of the veteran’s death are also eligible with certain restrictions. Also included are the surviving spouse of a U.S. armed services member killed in action or an eligible surviving spouse of a first responder killed in the line of duty.
Southside Place has proposed a tax rate of .318768 per $100 valuation. The proposed tax rate public hearing and notice of tax rate increase is scheduled for Thursday, September 30 at 7:00 PM at City Hall.
Your property value is determined by the Harris County Appraisal District, then multiplied by the tax rate set by each taxing unit assessed on your property.
Market Value - Cap - Appraised Value - Exemptions = Taxable Value X Tax Rate / 100 = Tax
Property tax payments are due by January 31 in order to be considered timely.
Contact City Hall at 713-668-2341.
A property tax account does not have to be in your name to pay the taxes A name/address change does not reset the due date; therefore, it must be paid on or before the due date in order to avoid late fees.
Late fees are set by state property laws.