The San Saba Central Appraisal District recently learned that the State Comptroller’s Property Value Study showed the District was well below required appraisal levels. The State auditor checks local sales in San Saba County and compares those sales to appraisal district values. The appraisal district is supposed to be within 5% of that sale […]
Property Tax Protest Information
The 2021 Quarry renditions have been mailed and are due in the Appraisal Office by April 15, 2021.
The 2021 Business Personal Property Renditions have been mailed and are due in the Appraisal Office by April 15, 2021.
When entering the appraisal office it will be mandatory that all tax payers wear a facial mask for the safety of the tax payer and the employee.
Property reappraisal has begun in Richland Springs for the 2021 tax year. Employees of Western Valuation and Consulting, LLC, will be going through the Richland Springs area and updating pictures and information on improvements. The appraisers will have a sign on the side of their trucks showing that they are with the appraisal district and […]
Individuals who are age 65 or older, disabled persons, disabled veterans (or their unmarried surviving spouses) or partially disabled veterans with homes donated by charitable organizations (or their unmarried surviving spouses) are allowed to pay the taxes on their homesteaded property in four installments. The taxpayer must request the quarterly payment and make the first […]
The San Saba Central Appraisal District has passed the 2019 Property Value Study (PVS) in all three school districts: San Saba ISD, Richland Springs ISD and Cherokee ISD. Conducted by the State Comptroller, the purposes of the study are to measure the performance of the appraisal district and equalize school funding. By comparing the appraised […]
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