|| WHAT IS APPRAISAL REVIEW BOARD ||
 
The Appraisal Review Board (ARB) is an independent, impartial group of citizens authorized to resolve disputes between taxpayers and the Appraisal District. ARB members are appointed by the Webb County Local Administrative District Judge. The ARB is a separate entity from the appraisal office, and serves a different function.  Members must be residents of the Appraisal District for at least two years to serve. Current officers and employees of the Appraisal District, taxing units and the Texas Comptroller’s office may not serve.  To read more, please Click Here.
 
|| IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENTS ||
 
The Webb County Appraisal District reminds property owners that the dealine for filing protest is Thursday June 1st, 2017, in accordance with the Texas Property Tax Code. All protest forms must be submitted in writing and filed by fax, email, or in person to the Appraisal District office. To read more, please Click Here
 
|| IMPORTANT LINKS ||
 
     * ARB HOME
     * ARB Members
     * ARB Survey
     * ARB Bylaws & Procedures
     * ARB Meetings
     * Informative Videos
     * Taxpayer Remedies
     * WEBBCAD HOME
 
 
 
|| PURPOSE OF ARB ||
 

The purpose of Appraisal Review Board (ARB) is to accept, for review and determination of protests, the appraisal records presented by the Chief Appraiser. It is responsible for conducting the hearings to resolve tax unit challenges and taxpayer protests. Substantially completing hearings and approving the appraisal records by no later than July 20th of each year. They act on corrections of clerical errors to the appraisal roll(s) which affect tax liability and on a motion by the taxpayer of the Chief Appraiser to correct errors to the appraisal roll(s) that result in incorrect appraised values of the owners' properties.Review appraisal records after submission to the ARB to:
 
  * Determine protest initiated by property owners or property owners' agents.  
  * Determine whether exemptions or partial exemptions have been properly granted.  
  * Determine whether land is properly appraised as agricultural or timberland.  
 
* Take any other action or make any other determinations that are specifically   authorized or required by the    Texas   Property Tax Code.
 
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