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Cameron Appraisal District will be mailing 2013 Notices of Appraised Value on April 30. Under state law, local appraisal districts are required to notify property owners about changes in their appraisal. However, not everyone is entitled to receive an Appraisal Notice. Texas law requires appraisal notices to be delivered only in certain situations, such as where the appraised value of the property higher than in the prior year, the property value is higher than the value rendered by the owner, the property was not on the appraisal roll in the prior year, or the ownership of the property changed during the prior year. Read More...
Welcome to the official web site of the Cameron Appraisal District! The goal of this site is to provide the taxpayers of Cameron County with accurate and useful information regarding the Texas Property tax system.
The Cameron Appraisal District is dedicated to serving the citizens of this community in an equal, uniform, and respectful manner ensuring that property taxation in Cameron County is fair and equal.
I hope that you find this website helpful and informative. The Cameron Appraisal District continues to seek new ways to assist taxpayers through this website. If there are things you need that do not appear on our website or suggestions you may have, I invite your input.
Frutoso M. Gomez, Jr - Chief Appraiser
Cameron Appraisal District (CAD) is responsible for appraising property for the purpose of ad valorem property tax assessment on behalf of the local governing bodies in Cameron County. The appraisal district is a political subdivision of the State of Texas.
Our duties include establishing and maintaining accurate property values for all real and business personal property. The Texas Property Tax Code is the primary source of law and guidance for the Texas property tax system.
This website is for informational purposes only. Title research should be performed at the appropriate County Clerk's office. This is not deemed a legal document.
The C.A.D. does not levy taxes, set the tax rate or collect any taxes. The appraisal district does not capture the amount of taxes on each property. Please contact your appropriate tax office for that information.
For our most up to date forms please visit our Forms & Downloads page. You can download various forms, tables and applications. We now have GIS shape files and appraisal information available for download.