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 Kerr County Tax Office to Collect Property Tax for City of Kerrville

The City of Kerrville would like to make all residents aware of an important change to the annual property tax collection process. Starting March 1, 2017, Kerr County will begin collecting all property taxes on behalf of the City of Kerrville.

Payment of city property tax was formerly handled through the Kerrville Independent School District Tax Office, however, please be advised, as of March 1st all city property taxes should be paid through the Kerr County Tax-Assessor/Collector Office, 700 Main St. Suite 124, Kerrville, Texas.

If you are currently on a payment plan, please contact both the Kerr County Tax Office, (830) 792-2243, and the Kerrville ISD Tax Office, (830) 257-2217, for your new payment amounts. Please make checks payable to Kerr County Tax-Assessor Collector.

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