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Welcome to the Hood Central Appraisal District Website


Welcome to the website of the Hood Central Appraisal District. Within this site you will find general information about the District and the ad valorem property tax system in Texas, as well as information regarding specific properties within the district. The District strictly adheres to the Texas Property Tax Code to provide equality and accurate assessments for its constituents and tax base.

Mission Statement

As public servants and taxpayers we strive to consistently appraise property and collect taxes, for the taxing entities we serve, equally, uniformly and impartially in accordance to Texas Law, while attending to the taxpayers we serve in an efficient, considerate and respectful manner.

    News & Events

  • Policy on Night Drop
  • POLICY ON NIGHT DEPOSITS The night drop will be checked daily. All payments need to be in the form of a check or money order. All payments that are deposited in the drop box by midnight are posted the next business day allowing the taxpayer to receive the previous business day penalty and interest. Payments made after midnight will receive the next business day penalty and interest. If the last day of a month falls on a weekend or holiday, the taxpayer receives the end of month penalty and interest thro...
  • Plats & Deeds
  • Certified plats & deeds filed of record are available at the County Clerk's office. 817-579-3222. You may also access plats and deeds filed of record online.
  • Oil & Gas
  • Oil & Gas Property Appraisal The appraisal district contracts with a private appraisal firm to appraise mineral interest in Hood County. The firm of Pritchard and Abbott (P&A), Fort Worth office, is considered experts in the area of oil and gas evaluation for property tax purposes. They are responsible for the appraisals of taxable mineral interest for many appraisal districts across the state. More information and contact data can be found at the P&A firm. The appraisal district will attemp...
  • Homestead Exemption Forms
  • To file for Homestead Exemption use state form on Comptroller's website. Form 50-114 Application for Homestead Exemption.
  • Availability of Electronic Communications
  • See Publications - Notice of Availability of Electronic Communications The "Agreement for Electronic Delivery of Tax Bill" form can be printed from the State forms - "Form 50-801".