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.
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
     * ARB HOME
     * ARB Members
     * ARB Survey
     * ARB Bylaws & Procedures
     * ARB Meetings
     * Informative Videos
     * Taxpayer Remedies
Tax Code Section 5.103(a) requires the Comptroller's office to prepare model hearing procedures for ARBs. The model procedures are required to be followed, according to Tax Code Section 5.103(d),  when an ARB establishes its hearing procedures. The model hearing procedures address specific matters required by Tax Code Section 5.103.  An ARB may include additional procedures in its local hearing procedures regarding legal and administrative matters that are not addressed by the model procedures. The local procedures, however, may not contradict, negate or otherwise substantively change the model procedures. ARBs should seek advice from legal counsel in establishing local hearing procedures.
    * Model Hearing Procedures for Appraisal Review Boards  
    * Information Guide to Model Hearing Procdures for Appraisal Review Boards  
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