2023 Tax Statements
The 2023 tax statements will drop in the mail this Friday, October 6th. Taxes are due upon receipt of your statement, but do not go delinquent until February 1, 2024. You must pay your taxes in full BEFORE February 1st to avoid penalty and interest. Penalty and interest will be added to all unpaid bills on FEBRUARY 1st.
If you are Over 65, SSI Disabled, or a Service-Connected Disabled Veteran and wish to pay your taxes in quarterly installments, you must inform the CAD at the time you make the 1st installment due before February 1, 2024.
There are several options available for you to pay your taxes:
If you choose to pay online by credit card or checking account, you may do so by clicking the “PAY TAXES ONLINE” button on the website, or you may call our office and we will assist you. Please remember there will be a 2.4% processing fee added to all credit card payments by Certified Payments, (the third-party company that handles credit card payments for the district), or a $1.50 charge for using your checking account.
Pittsburg ISD taxes reflect the benefit of the provisional $100,000 Homestead exemption to be decided by Texas voters at the November 2023 election. Those property owners currently receiving a Homestead exemption will see an explanation (in blue) of SB2 passed by the 88th Texas Legislature on the back of your statement.
Texas voters passed Proposition 1 on May 7, 2022, which amended the Constitution authorizing the legislature to provide for a reduction in the 2023 school tax ceiling (freeze) for property owners with 65 & older exemption, or those qualified disabled person. Click here to review the top questions being asked of CCAD’s customer service staff about this process.
ATTENTION: Please contact the appraisal district (903) 856-6538 for tax amount due on accounts currently tax-deferred.
Camp CAD will follow Pittsburg ISD concerning openings/closings due to impending weather.
The main objective and prime purpose of this District is to provide uniform methods to establish fair and equitable values for all types of property located within the boundaries of Camp County for the purpose of ad valorem taxation. Camp Central Appraisal District is dedicated to serving the citizens of Camp County.
The Camp Central Appraisal District appraises property for ad valorem taxation for the following taxing authorities.
The duties of the appraisal district include:
Tax rates and ultimately the amount of taxes levied on property are determined by governing bodies of each of the taxing authorities. Mineral, utility and industrial accounts are appraised for the district by Capitol Appraisal Group in Austin, Texas.
Real estate and personal property accounts are appraised locally by the district.
Jan Tinsley, Chief Appraiser