Truth-In-Taxation Notices

Truth-in-Taxation is a concept embodied in the Texas Constitution, and the Texas Tax Code that requires local taxing units to make taxpayers aware of tax rate proposals and to afford taxpayers the opportunity to roll back or limit tax increases. The Local Government Code governs the municipal budget. The notices below comply with truth-in-taxation requirements when holding public hearings, considering budgets and setting rates to impose property taxes.

Note: The type and number of notices required may vary from year to year depending on state statute. 
 
2017 Notices
Notice Of Public Hearing On Budget
Notice Of Tax Rates
Notice Of Adopted Tax Rate (not yet adopted)

2016 Notices
Notice Of Public Hearing On Budget
Notice Of Tax Rates
Notice Of Adopted Tax Rate
 


2015 Notices
Notice Of Public Hearing On Budget
Notice Of Tax Rates
Notice Of Adopted Tax Rate

2014 Notices
Notice Of Public Hearing On Budget
Notice Of Tax Rates
Notice Of Adopted Tax Rate

2013 Notices
Notice Of Effective Tax Rate
 Notice Of Public Hearing On Budget
 Notice Of Public Hearing On Tax Increase
 Notice Of Tax Revenue Increase
 Notice Of Adopted Tax Rate

2012 Notices
Notice Of Effective Tax Rate
Notice of Public Hearing On Budget

2011 Notices
Notice Of Effective Tax Rate
Notice Of Public Hearing On Budget
Notice Of Public Hearing On Tax Increase
Notice Of Tax Revenue Increase
Notice Of Adopted Tax Rate


2010 Notices
Notice Of Effective Tax Rate
Notice Of Public Hearing On Budget

2009 Notices
Notice Of Effective Tax Rate
Notice Of Public Hearing On Budget
Notice Of Public Hearing On Tax Increase
Notice Of Tax Revenue Increase
Notice Of Adopted Tax Rate