Important Information Regarding Late Protests

If today’s date is on or before certification, (typically July 20th) and after June 1st, the protest is considered to be late.

Late protests are allowed, if good cause can be provided for missing the usual deadline.  The Appraisal Review Board (ARB) determines whether a property owner has good cause.  The Appraisal District is NOT involved in this determination.  If this is a late protest a Notice of Good Cause MUST be filed with the protest form. If you have any questions, please contact our office at 512-303-1930.

If this is a late protest, please complete the Protest Form AND the Notice of Good Cause below.

     Email: Property owners may submit the protest and good cause form by email to protest@bastropcad.org.  Bastrop CAD is not equipped to receive online filing of these applications. At this time, we require the applications be signed and attached to an email in a pdf format. We CAN NOT accept any other format other than pdf due to legibility of the documents. Any other format will be returned as unacceptable.

     Mail: Property owners may continue to submit the protest and good cause form through the US Postal Service. Our mailing address is P.O. Drawer 578, Bastrop, Texas 78602.

     Office Dropbox: Property owners can drop off documents at the secure dropbox at our office located at 212 Jackson Street, Bastrop, Texas. This dropbox is available during the business hours of 7:30 to 4:30, Monday through Friday. It is located at the front door of the building. We will have envelopes available for you to place all documents within and place the envelope in the dropbox.

Please note the dropbox on the south side of the building is closed as the receptacle

WILL NOT accept applications.

 

Protest Form

Notice of Good Cause

Contact Information
(512) 303-1930(512) 303-4805bcad@bastropcad.org
P.O. Drawer 578
Bastrop, Texas 78602
Monday - Friday
7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Our Mission

“To provide quality service with the highest principles of integrity, professionalism, and respect.  We will uphold these standards while providing an accurate, fair, and cost-effective appraisal roll for use in property tax assessment, while adhering to the property tax laws of the State of Texas.”