TEXAS PROPERTY TAX CODE SECTION 26.16

The table below shows the current year and previous four years' tax rate information for all taxing units, the terrority of which is located in whole or in part, within Travis County. Not all taxing units listed are serviced by the Travis County Tax Office. Taxing units not serviced by the Travis County Tax Office are marked with an asterisk.


Adopted Tax Rate

Maintenance and Operations Rate

Debt Rate

Effective Tax Rate

Effective Maintenance and Operations Rate

Rollback Tax Rate

 

Changes for the 2017 tax year:

  • There will be seven new jurisdictions levying: Lazy Nine MUD #1A, Pilot Knob MUD #2, Travis County MUD #23, Travis County MUD #24, Travis County ESD #7, Travis County ESD #15, and Southeast Travis County Municipal Utility District No. 2
  • Lakeside MUD No. 2A converted from a Municipal Utility District back to a Water District and has been renamed to Lakeside WCID No. 2A

This table will be updated periodically as new rates become available. All rates should be posted by October 24th. You may download a copy of this table in Excel 2003 format. Click here to view table in new window.


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The county is providing this table of property tax rate information as a service to the residents of the county. Each individual taxing unit is responsible for calculating the property tax rates listed in this table pertaining to that taxing unit and providing that information to the county.

The Adopted Tax Rate is the tax rate adopted by the governing body of a taxing unit.


The Maintenance and Operations Rate is the component of the adopted tax rate of a taxing unit that will impose the amount of taxes needed to fund maintenance and operation expenditures of the unit for the following year.


The Debt Rate is the component of the adopted tax rate of a taxing unit that will impose the amount of taxes needed to fund the unit's debt service for the following year.


The Effective Tax Rate is the tax rate that would generate the same amount of revenue in the current tax year as was generated by a taxing unit's adopted tax rate in the preceding tax year from property that is taxable in both the current tax year and the preceding tax year.


The Effective Maintenance and Operations Rate is the tax rate that would generate the same amount of revenue for maintenance and operations in the current tax year as was generated by a taxing unit's maintenance and operations rate in the preceding tax year from property that is taxable in both the current tax year and the preceding tax year.


The Rollback Tax Rate is the highest tax rate a taxing unit may adopt before requiring voter approval at an election. In the case of a taxing unit other than a school district the voters by petition may require that a rollback election be held if the unit adopts a tax rate in excess of the unit's rollback tax rate. In the case of a school district, an election will automatically be held if the district wishes to adopt a tax rate in excess of the district's rollback tax rate.

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