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Property tax bills are in the mail

Monday, November 25, 2019 by Tai Moses

If you’re wondering where your property tax bill is, it’s in the mail, says the Travis County Tax Office, which has mailed out more than 400,000 property tax bills. Electronic bills were sent out Nov. 1 and snail-mailed bills were sent in batches concluding Tuesday, Nov. 19. You may also view and print your bill from the Travis County website. Whether or not you receive your bill, the deadline for paying it is Jan. 31, according to state law. Bruce Elfant, the Travis County tax assessor-collector, said in a press release, “At this time of year, we receive numerous calls from property owners wanting to know when they will receive their tax bill. If you sign up for eBill you will always receive your bill much earlier than those waiting for us to prepare, stuff and snail-mail their bills. If you are one of the many anxious Travis County residents who want to see their bill as early as possible, the only way that can happen is if you sign up for email delivery.” Travis County urges property owners to pay their tax bills using the electronic payment method eCheck.

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