Revised property tax estimate expected

by | Aug 6, 2020 | Latest

The city of Murphy, Wylie Independent School District, Plano ISD and other taxing entities in Collin County will utilize a revised estimate of property values this year to calculate their tax rates be­cause of delays caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Deadlines to file property value protests were extended a month until June 15, which delayed Collin Central Ap­praisal District from conduct­ing protest hearings. Subse­quently, the appraisal district has not been able to certify 2020 values by the statutory deadline of July 25. Revised numbers were expected early this week.

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By Joe Reavis • [email protected]

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