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A friendly reminder about the Property Tax Collection Season

We invite you to pay your Property Taxes at the El Paso County Tax Office
We have six tax offices conveniently located throughout El Paso County

Payments accepted mid October through January 31, 2022: Cash, personal checks, cashier's checks and money orders

Office Locations and Hours of Operation

An interlocal agreement between the County of El Paso, The City of El Paso, and 38 other taxing entities was formed in 1986 to better serve the citizen of El Paso, County.

List of Taxing Entities

There are currently thirty-eight (38) taxing entities in the County of El Paso

-CITY OF EL PASO
-EL PASO ISD
-CITY OF SOCORRO
-YSLETA ISD
-COUNTY OF EL PASO
-EL PASO COMMUNITY COLLEGE
-UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER OF EL PASO
-SOCORRO ISD
-CLINT ISD
-FABENS ISD
-TOWN OF CLINT
-HORIZON REGIONAL MUD
-EMERG. SERVICES DIST #1
-ANTHONY ISD
-TOWN OF ANTHONY
-CANUTILLO ISD
-SAN ELIZARIO ISD
-TORNILLO ISD
-HACIENDAS DEL NORTE WTR DIST
-LWR VALLEY WTR DISTRICT
-EMERG. SERVICES DIST. #2
-TORNILLO WATER DISTRICT
-TOWN OF HORIZON CITY
-DOWNTOWN MGMT. DISTRICT
-PASEO DEL ESTE MUD #10
-PASEO DEL ESTE MUD#1
-PASEO DEL ESTE MUD #3
-PASEO DEL ESTE MUD #11
-VILLAGE OF VINTON
-PASEO DEL ESTE MUD #2
-EL PASO CNTY WTR CNTL IMP#4
-PASEO DEL ESTE MUD #5
-PASEO DEL ESTE MUD #6
-PASEO DEL ESTE MUD #7
-PASEO DEL ESTE #8
-PASEO DEL ESTE MUD#9
-PASEO DEL ESTE MUD#4
-CITY OF SAN ELIZARIO

City of El Paso Tax Office Website

The following link will direct you to the El Paso Central Appraisal District website. Search by owner name, address or account number.

Property Search

2021 No-New-Revenue and Voter-Approval Rates

a. El Paso County
b. El Paso County Hospital District
c. El Paso County ESD #1
d. El Paso Community College

 

Archives

Property Tax Rates

Truth in Taxation Summary for last 5 years


Taxing Entities No-New-Revenue and Voter-Approval Rate Worksheets for last 5 years

List of Taxing Entities

There are currently thirty-eight (38) taxing entities in the County of El Paso

-CITY OF EL PASO
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   2021
-EL PASO ISD
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   2019
   2020
-CITY OF SOCORRO
   2021
-YSLETA ISD
   2017
   2018
   2019
-COUNTY OF EL PASO
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   2019
   2020
   2021
-EL PASO COMMUNITY COLLEGE
   2017
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   2021
-UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER OF EL PASO
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-SOCORRO ISD
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-CLINT ISD
   2017
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-FABENS ISD
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   Fabens Tax Rate Calculations
-TOWN OF CLINT
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-HORIZON REGIONAL MUD
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   2018
   2019
   2020
   2021
-EMERG. SERVICES DIST #1
   2017
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   2021
-ANTHONY ISD
   2020
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-TOWN OF ANTHONY
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-CANUTILLO ISD
-SAN ELIZARIO ISD
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-TORNILLO ISD
   2017
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   2019
   2020
-HACIENDAS DEL NORTE WTR DIST
   2017
   2018
   2019
   2020
   2021
-LWR VALLEY WTR DISTRICT
-EMERG. SERVICES DIST. #2
   2017
   2018
   2019
   2020
   2021
-TORNILLO WATER DISTRICT
-TOWN OF HORIZON CITY
   2017
   2018
   2019
   2020
   2021
-DOWNTOWN MGMT. DISTRICT
-PASEO DEL ESTE MUD #10
-PASEO DEL ESTE MUD#1
-PASEO DEL ESTE MUD #3
   2021
-PASEO DEL ESTE MUD #11
-VILLAGE OF VINTON
   2017
   2018
   2019
   2021
-PASEO DEL ESTE MUD #2
   2021
-EL PASO CNTY WTR CNTL IMP#4
-PASEO DEL ESTE MUD #5
   2021
-PASEO DEL ESTE MUD #6
   2021
-PASEO DEL ESTE MUD #7
   2021
-PASEO DEL ESTE #8
   2021
-PASEO DEL ESTE MUD#9
   2021
-PASEO DEL ESTE MUD#4
-CITY OF SAN ELIZARIO



Sours: https://www.epcounty.com/taxoffice/propertytaxes.htm
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County of El Paso - Business

County of El Paso

Tax Assessor-Collector

Ruben P. Gonzalez

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  • Effective October 25, 2021, The County Tax Office will accept 2021 Property Tax Payments
  • As of August 23, 2021, all County Tax Office Locations will close at 4:00 PM

Click on the following link for detailed hours of operation and locations
http://epcounty.com/taxoffice/officelocations.htm

Thursday, November 11th: Veterans Day

 

Mission

The mission of the Office of the County Tax Assessor-Collector is to provide prompt, courteous service in the most efficient manner to all customers through its dedicated, knowledgeable and trustworthy staff at all office locations and privately-owned full service offices, which are strategically located in El Paso County.

Vision

The vision of the Office of the County Tax Assessor-Collector is to efficiently process all types of transactions and collect fees and taxes for the benefit of the people of El Paso County.

El Paso County Tax Office Holiday Closures

INDIGENOUS PEOPLES’ DAY: Monday, October 12, 2020
VETERANS DAY: Wednesday, November 11, 2020
THANKSGIVING DAY: Thursday, November 26, 2020
DAY AFTER THANKSGIVING: Friday, November 27, 2020
CHRISTMAS EVE: Thursday, December 24, 2020
CHRISTMAS DAY: Friday, December 25, 2020
NEW YEAR’S EVE: Thursday, December 31, 2020
NEW YEAR’S DAY: Friday, January 1, 2021
MARTIN LUTHER KING DAY: Monday, January 18, 2021
PRESIDENT’S DAY: Monday, February 15, 2021
CESAR CHAVEZ DAY: Wednesday, March 31, 2021
GOOD FRIDAY: Friday, April 2, 2021
MEMORIAL DAY: Monday, May 31, 2021
JUNETEENTH: Friday, June 18, 2021 (Observed)
INDEPENDENCE DAY: Monday, July 5, 2021 (Observed)
LABOR DAY: Monday, September 6, 2021

Tax Office COVID-19 Guidelines

1. Our offices will be limited to a 50% capacity, no more than TWO persons may enter per title transfer, to assist a customer for handicap placards, or to assist an elderly person. This limit includes children accompanying an adult. Additional children will not be allowed to enter the building. This limit will be strictly enforced.

2. Must maintain social distancing requirements of at least six feet from other people
3. Requirement of a face covering over nose and mouth will be enforced
4. Temperature checks and health screenings will be conducted prior to entering the building
5. Use of hand sanitizer will be required upon entering and exiting the building

Property Taxes

Pay your 2021 Property Taxes at the County Tax Office from October 25, 2021 thru January 31, 2022. Our offices are open 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m., Monday - Friday, with the exception of County Holidays.

Licensed Motor Vehicle and Heavy Equipment Dealer Annual Vehicle Inventory Declaration

Effective January 1, 2022, the County Tax Office will be monitoring Dealer Inventory Declaration’s for compliance. Specifically, if the report is not turned in or a report reflects fewer than five motor vehicle sales. There are no exceptions, however a dealer can appeal their case to the TXDMV if an inventory report was sent in error.

Effective September 1, 2021, Sec. 23.121 Dealers Motor Vehicle Inventory; Value

If a dealer fails to file a declaration by February 1st of each year or sells fewer than five motor vehicles in the prior year, the Chief Appraiser (County Tax Assessor-Collector) shall report the dealer to the Texas Department of Motor Vehicle (TXDMV). The TXDMV will initiate cancellation of the Dealer’s GDN License. A report by the Chief Appraiser (County Tax Assessor-Collector) to the TXDMV is prima facie grounds to cancel the Dealer’s GDN License under Transportation Code 503.038 (a)(9) or refusal by the TXDMV to renew the Dealer’s General Distinguishing Number (GDN).

Additional information can be obtained by calling our Enforcement Division at 915-771-2332

Attention all DV License Plate Recipients without an ISA Symbol.

Effective January 1, 2022, Vehicles with DV License Plates are not eligible to park in designated handicap parking spaces unless the ISA Symbol is displayed on the DV License Plate, or a Blue or Red Disabled Parking Placard is hanging from the rearview mirror or displayed on the dashboard.  Veterans with DV Plates may apply for a Disabled Parking Placard or DV License Plates with an ISA symbol if they meet the eligibility requirements at any one of our offices closest to them. Vehicles parked in a handicap parking space with DV License Plates without the ISA Symbol or a Handicap Placard will be subject to a fine of $1,250 and/or up to 50 hours of community service when cited by Law Enforcement.

This change is due to the passage of SB 792 in the 87th Legislative Session.

New Policy for Mail-in Registration Renewals

Our policies for check acceptance and registration mail in renewals has been amended to require the registered owner(s) or the check writer’s driver’s license number, date of birth, and expiration date.  Therefore, EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY, the driver’s license information must either be recorded on the check being submitted for payment or a photocopy of the driver’s license must be submitted along with the registration renewal request as clearly stated on the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles Renewal Notice.  Failure to record this information may result in a rejection and late penalties.  We appreciate your cooperation.

1. Coming soon

The El Paso County Tax Assessor-Collector, Ruben P. Gonzalez is proud to announce the opening of our brand new County Tax Office. This office will be located in West El Paso, at 424 Executive Center, Suite 120. The hours of operation will be Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. This new location will offer better accessibility, and customer service to our citizens of West El Paso making their title and registration process a convenient and pleasant experience. Please continue to visit our webpage for additional updates.

3. Increased Transparency

Property Tax Items of Interest from the 86th Legislative Session SB 2 – Texas Taxpayer Transparency Act of 2019 and other Property Tax Bills

Creates a searchable statewide Database that gives taxpayers information regarding tax rates.
Property owners will see how each jurisdiction’s proposed rates directly affect their individual bill
Provides information about which jurisdiction has proposed raising their property tax bills and when they can participate in the rate setting process. That information would be provided ahead of time.

County Tax Assessor Website will Post for each taxing unit:
Tax rate calculation forms used to calculate the taxing unit’s no-new-revenue and rollback tax rates for the most recent five years beginning with the 2020 tax year, as certified by the designated officer or employee.
  • The applicable forms for the current tax year not later than August 1
  • The name and official contact information for each member of the unit’s governing body.
  • Improved Tax Notices
  • Notices to provide Property Owners a plain language comparison to the rate they are proposing so taxpayers can more easily see the difference in comparison to what they paid last year versus the present year.

Firefighter, volunteer firefighter and emergency medical services personnel addresses are confidential. Effective Immediately (HB 2446, Filed w/o Governor’s signature)
State Officers elected statewide or members of the legislature addresses are confidential. Effective Immediately (SB 662, signed 6/4/19)

4. Changes to the Manner in which Property Tax Rates are Set

Replaces reference to “Effective” tax rate with “No-New-Revenue” rate.

Replaced reference to “Rollback” rate with “Voter-approval tax rate”.

Lowers the Voter-approval tax rate to 3.5% from the current 8.0% for cities, counties and special purpose districts. But, those units can increase their property tax levies by $500,000 a year without triggering an election in some cases.

Hospital Districts (UMC), Junior Colleges (EPCC) maintain the original rollback/Voter-approval rate of 8.0%

School Districts are carved out of the bill, but they are limited to a 2.5% revenue increase (HB 3) Effective 9/1/19 (signed 6/12/19) There is a three year carry-over provision which lets taxing units bank unused revenue growth.

Any Unused Amount of the 1.035 multiplier, or 3.5% voter-approval rate is termed an incremental amount. (Generally calculated as the difference between the rollback tax rate and the actual tax rate for the current tax year and each of the four preceding tax years.)

The incremental amount available each year carries forward to the next/future year(s) to be added to the 1.035 multiplier to increase the Rollback Rate over the 1.035 limit. These incremental amounts accumulate year on year.

Incremental rate is considered to be zero for each tax year before 2020.

If a taxing unit proposes a rate that exceeds the voter approval rate, an automatic ratification election would take place in November. Rollback Elections are now automatic for taxing units other than school districts – No need for taxpayer to petition for a Rollback Election if adopted rate exceeds rollback rate.

New relaxed rules allowing entities to raise taxes above rollback rate in the following a disaster without requiring voter approval. Prohibits the governing body of a taxing unit from adopting a budget for a fiscal year or take any other action that has the effect of decreasing the total compensation to which a first responder employed by the taxing entity was entitled in the preceding fiscal year of the taxing unit.

Creates Property Tax Advisory Board in the Office of the Comptroller. This Board is to make recommendations to the comptroller that improve effectiveness and efficiency in the property tax system.

5. Property Appraisals: Reforms to Increase Efficiency and Transparency between Property Owners and the ARB, (Appraisal Review Board)

Expands opportunities for property owner to protest or appeal their appraised values through after-hours, evening and weekend protests and requiring notices from appraisal districts to be issued electronically

Appraisal Districts must appraise properties in using appraisal manuals prepared and issued by the Comptroller.

Property owner who establishes that ARB had final determination of a protest is entitled to a final determination by the District Court. (HB 380, signed 5/24/19)

Property Owners may request that a notice of a protest hearing before the ARB be delivered by certified mail or electronic mail. (HB 1060 signed 6/10/19)

To appeal an ARB order, a property owner must file a request for binding arbitration not later than the 60th day (changed from 45th day) after the date the property owner received notice of the order. (HB 1802, signed 5/17/19)

The Deadline to file an application for an allocation of the value of certain property for ad valorem purposes is May 1 (changed from April 1).

Chief Appraiser may file a motion with the ARB to change the appraisal roll to correct an error that resulted in an incorrect appraised value for an owner’s property at any time prior to the date the taxes become delinquent. Must qualify as owner’s residence. (HB 2159, signed 6/4/19)

Provides contents that must be included in a notice of appraised value that is sent to a property owner. (SB 2060, signed 6/10/19) An eligible person who is 65 or older may receive both a disabled and an elderly residence homestead exemption in the same year if the person receives the exemption with respect to taxes levied by different taxing units. (HB 2441, signed 6/5/19)

The County Tax-Assessor, Appraisal District, Chief Appraiser or ARB may not be party to a proceeding to adjudicate ownership of property except as prescribed by this title. (SB 1943, signed 6/10/19)

Chief Appraiser and a property owner of the designated agent may file a joint motion with the ARB notifying the board that the chief appraiser and the property owner or designated agent have agreed to a disposition of the protest and request the board to issue an order. Order must contain the terms of the disposition of the protest. (SB 2531, signed 6/10/19)

6. Tax Sales

Taxing units may use online bidding and sale for the resale of property purchased by that taxing unit at a tax sale. (HB 1652, signed 6/14/19)

Owner of real property sold at a tax sales is prohibited from transferring the owner’s right of redemption to another person. (SB 1642, signed 6/14/19)

7. Tax Payment

Persons serving on Active Duty in any branch of the United States armed forces may pay their delinquent taxes without penalty or interest regardless of whether there is a war or national emergency declared in accordance with federal law. New: a delinquent tax for which a person defers payment that is not paid on or before the date the deferral period expires accrues interest at a rate of 6% for each year or portion of a year the tax remains unpaid; and does not incur a penalty. (HB 1883, signed 6/10/19)

Governing Body of a taxing unit may waive penalties and interest if an error by a mortgagee results in failure to pay ad valorem tax. (HB 1885, signed 6/7/19)

Provides guidance on property exempted from property taxes in a disaster area (SB 443, signed 6/4/19)

Description of the procedure for the payment of certain ad valorem tax refunds. (SB1856, 6/14/19)

9. Refund Information

Effective October 1, 2019, the County Tax Office will no longer process refunds automatically. Refunds will only be issued upon request. If you feel a refund is owed on your transaction, you will need to submit a Refund Request Form and the Registration Receipt for the Transaction to the El Paso County Tax Office Accounting Department. The Refund Request Form is available in our offices and on our website below, under FORMS.




Independent Runner License Information

Effective February 19, 2019

In the interest of Fraud Prevention under the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles Performance Quality Recognition Program and our commitment to provide better Customer Service, we are taking a proactive approach by centralizing ALL transactions submitted by Independent Title Runners to be processed at our Main Branch Office located at 301 Manny Martinez Dr. 

For questions relating to this new process, please contact the Branch Manager at 771-2308.

If you would like information on obtaining an Independent Runner License, please contact our Tax Office,Enforcement Department at 771-2310.

United States (U.S.) Army Plate Redesigned

At the request of the U.S. Army, the Texas Department of Motor Vehicle (TxDMV) recently redesigned all U.S. Army license plates, which include the Disabled Veteran U.S. Army; Honorably Discharged U.S. Army; Retired U.S. Army; and U.S. Army license plates. All U.S. Army license plate designs were changed by replacing the Army seal with the Army star emblem.
Army Emblem Used on Old Plate DesignsNew Plate Designs
The U.S. Army license plate(s) currently displayed on your vehicle need to be replaced with the redesigned U.S. Army license plate(s). Beginning January 1, 2019, the TxDMV will begin the replacement process. Replacement license plate(s) will be mailed to you a few weeks after you renew your vehicle registration, at no additional charge. Your license plate number will not change.
Please remove the old license plate(s) from your vehicle upon receipt of the new license plate(s). Please deface the old license plates in a manner that renders them unusable by others or return the old plate(s) to your County Tax Assessor-Collector office for destruction.
Please contact TxDMV Special Plates Unit staff at (512) 374-5010 if you have any questions.

New Law Regarding Certified Copies of Title (CCO)

On January 1, 2019, a new law related to Certified Copies of Title (CCOs) will take effect. Senate Bill 2076 passed by the 85th Legislature amended Transportation Code, Section 501.134(d), to provide that a lawfully obtained CCO supersedes and invalidates any previously issued title or certified copy.
This change will become effective in the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles system at the start of business on December 31, 2018.
Texas Dealers who take vehicles in on trade should be particularly aware of this change.

When buying a vehicle avoid any unwanted surprises. It is advisable that you research the vehicle first.
- For a small fee and security of mind, check status of title
Learn more

 



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El Paso, TX 79901
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Sours: https://www.epcounty.com/taxoffice/
How does my County Assessor determine my property value?

Pay Your Taxes

Property tax bills are mailed out every October and the payment is due by January 31st. Taxes become delinquent on February 1st.

Locate The Property You Wish To Pay Taxes On

The City of El Paso will still accept Visa, MasterCard, and Discover credit/debit cards.
Current year tax bills with an amount due less than $5 are not being mailed except by owner request per Property Tax Code 31.01 (f).

Your Information

The City of El Paso Tax Office, for your protection, does not retain your credit/debit card information. Therefore, if you experience errors during your transaction you may need to adjust your internet browser’s privacy setting to accept all cookies.

If errors continue please call the Tax Office at (915) 212-0106 for assistance.

Pay With Credit/Debit Card

To pay with a Credit/Debit Card (A Convenience Fee of 1.98%):

Once you identify your property, click on your Account Number to proceed to the “Property Tax Balance” web page.

  1. On the “Property Tax Balance” web page click on Pay Now to begin the process of paying your Taxes Online.
  2. Select "Pay by Credit Card Now". Complete the forms "Amount to Pay", "How to Pay", and "Contact Info". Please note that you need to have your Credit/Debit Card information on hand to complete the process.
  3. Click on the “Finish” button to proceed to the final web page that will display the total amount that will be charged to your Credit/Debit Card. Please read the note below on the convenience fee.
  4. Your Credit/Debit Card will be billed after you click on the “Make My Payment” button on the final web page.


NOTE: A convenience fee will be automatically calculated and charged for the use of this service. The City of El Paso is prohibited by law, from absorbing the costs of providing this convenience.

Pay By E-Check

To pay with an E-Check (No Convenience Fee):

NOTE: DO NOT get the routing number from a deposit slip.
Once you identify your property, click on your Account Number to proceed to the “Property Tax Balance” web page.

  1. On the “Property Tax Balance” web page click on Pay Now to begin the process of paying your Taxes Online via e-check.
  2. Select "Pay by E-Check Now" or "Schedule e-Check Payment". Complete the forms “Amount to Pay", "How to Pay", "When to Pay" (if applicable), and "Contact Info". Please note that you need to have your Checkbook information on hand to complete the process.
  3. Click on the “Finish” button to finalize the payment.
  4. A $30 fee will be charged for any returned checks.

We recommend that you print this page so that it may assist you as you proceed with paying your Taxes Online.

Pay By Phone

  • E-check or credit card (Visa, MasterCard, Discover)
  • Have your tax bill for access to needed information
  • Call 915-212-0106 and follow prompts

Pay By Mail

Checks (personal, cashier) and money orders (no cash). BEFORE January 31, please use the envelope provided in your tax bill,

Make your check or money order payable to:

El Paso Tax Assessor/Collector
P.O. Box 2992
El Paso, TX 79999-2992

In-Person Payments

You may make your payments in-person at one of the following locations.

Consolidated Tax Office
  • 221 N. Kansas Ste. 300 (Wells Fargo Plaza, 3rd floor)
  • Checks (Personal & Cashier), Money Orders, Cash
  • Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
  • OUR OFFICE IS NOW REOPENED TO THE PUBLIC.

County Tax Office Locations
  • Only current year tax payments
  • Money Orders or checks (personal, cashier), Cash
  • Must present tax bill
  • October - January only
  • OPEN LOCATIONS:

    Ascarate Annex (Main Office)

    301 Manny Martinez Dr., 1st Floor, El Paso, TX 79905
    (915)771-2300 / Fax (915)771-2301
    Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

    Ysleta Annex
    9521 Socorro Rd, Suite B4, El Paso, Texas 79927
    (915) 860-2563/ Fax: (915) 860-9362
    Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

    Northeast Annex
    4641 Cohen Suite B, El Paso, Texas 79924
    (915) 751-1229/ Fax: (915) 759-0841
    Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

    Eastside Annex
    2350 George Dieter Dr., Suite B Room 211, El Paso, Texas 79936
    (915) 538-1662 / Fax: (915) 538-1663
    Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

    Westside Tax Office
    424 Executive Center Blvd., Suite 102, El Paso, Texas 79902
    (915) 886-1085 / Fax: (915) 351-4470
    Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

    Northwest Annex
    435 E. Vinton Rd., Suite B, Vinton, Texas 79821
    (915) 886-1092 / Fax: (915) 886-1091
    Business Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. | 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
    CLOSED FOR LUNCH: 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.

ON HIGH VOLUME DAYS, THE OFFICE MAY CLOSE THE DOORS EARLIER THAN THE SCHEDULED TIME BASED ON THE NUMBER OF CUSTOMERS WAITING TO BE SERVICED.

El Paso Wells Fargo Locations
  • NO LONGER ACCEPTING PROPERTY TAX PAYMENTS
El Paso Central Appraisal District (Mobile Bank)

Only January 25th, 26th, 27th, 28th, and 31st, 2022

  • Money Orders, Checks (Personal, Cashier), Cash
  • Must present tax bill
  • Only current year tax payments
  • Located at 5801 Trowbridge
Sours: https://www.elpasotexas.gov/

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El Paso County Assessor's Office Land Recordshttp://asr.elpasoco.com/Search El Paso Assessor's Office land records information, including recent sales, district maps, and real estate properties.

El Paso County Assessor's Websitehttps://assessor.elpasoco.com/Visit the El Paso County Assessor's website for contact information, office hours, tax payments and bills, parcel and GIS maps, assessments, and other property records.

El Paso County Building Codes & Permitshttps://www.pprbd.org/Download/Code#allCodeJumpView El Paso County, Colorado building codes, zoning regulations, development regulations, and other online services.

El Paso County Building Permitshttps://www.colorado.gov/pacific/sites/default/files/Residential%20Building%20Permit%20Packet%202017.pdfView El Paso County, Colorado building permit information, including filing applications, making amendments, renewals, approval status, and inspections.

El Paso County Clerk and Recorder Public Recordshttp://recordingsearch.car.elpasoco.com/rsui/opr/Search.aspxSearch El Paso County Clerk and Recorder public records by date filed, document type, and property details.

El Paso County GIS Mapshttps://admin.elpasoco.com/information-technology/free-gis-data/Find El Paso County GIS maps, tax maps, and parcel viewers to search for and identify land and property records.

El Paso County Information Technologies GIS Mapshttp://adm.elpasoco.com/InformationTechnologies/GeographicInformationSystems/Pages/default.aspxView El Paso County Information Technologies GIS information, including GIS tools, data, and paper maps.

El Paso County Mapshttp://gis2.asr.elpasoco.com/Search El Paso County map by parcel number, including owner name, address, and legal description.

El Paso County Property Tax Exemptionshttps://assessor.elpasoco.com/senior-property-tax-exemption/View El Paso County, Colorado property tax exemption information, including homestead exemptions, low income assistance, senior and veteran exemptions, applications, and program details.

El Paso County Public Trustee's Office Property Recordshttp://elpasopublictrustee.com/ForeclosureReports.aspxView El Paso County Public Trustee's Office list of foreclosure reports, including current pre sale list and budget information.

El Paso County Treasurer Tax Recordshttp://epmt.trs.elpasoco.com/epui/Search.aspxSearch El Paso County Treasurer real estate property tax records by schedule number, address, or owner name.

El Paso Public Trustee Office Property Recordshttp://elpasopublictrustee.com/ForeclosureSearch.aspxSearch El Paso Public Trustee Office foreclosure property records using foreclosure number, borrower or grantor's name and owner's name.

Find El Paso County Property Records

El Paso County Property Records are real estate documents that contain information related to real property in El Paso County, Colorado. Public Property Records provide information on homes, land, or commercial properties, including titles, mortgages, property deeds, and a range of other documents. They are maintained by various government offices in El Paso County, Colorado State, and at the Federal level. They are a valuable tool for the real estate industry, offering both buyers and sellers detailed information about properties, parcels and their owners.

Learn about Property Records, including:
  • Where to get free El Paso County Property Records online
  • How to search for property titles and deeds
  • What property information is available for El Paso County, CO records searches
  • Where to find El Paso County Clerk, Tax Assessor & Recorder of Deeds records

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