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IMPORTANT NOTICE: CORONAVIRUS INFORMATION Click Here for Stay At Home Order.

OFFICE CLOSURE

In compliance with County Judge KP George’s Stay Home to Save Lives order, the Fort Bend County Tax Office is closed through April 3, 2020 effective immediately. We hope to resume normal operations on Monday, April 6th

CONTACT THE TAX OFFICE VIA EMAIL: While we are not on site to answer phone calls, we are monitoring the Tax Office email account throughout the day. Please feel free to email us at FBCTaxInfo@fortbendcountytx.gov with any auto or property tax questions.

You can still go online and process many types of transactions. For information to process necessary transactions while we are closed, click on the COVID-19 automobile and property tax pages in the left navigation bar.

QUARTER PAY DUE DATE: For residents who pay their property taxes in installments, the due date for the second installment is Tuesday, March 31, 2020. While we are not able to accept payments in person, you may submit your payment online, by mail, or in one of our six drop boxes. Please note that penalties and interest will apply to payments received or postmarked after March 31. As a reminder to customers making quarter payments, one of the benefits is that interest and penalties will not apply to the third and fourth installments if those are paid in a timely manner.

 

The Tax Assessor-Collector provides friendly, efficient and professional tax collection services for taxpayers of Fort Bend County as well as tax research and information referral.  As an agent for the state, the Tax Assessor-Collector also collects automobile/truck and trailer taxes, vehicle registration fees and beer/wine & liquor fees.

Vision

The tax office team is focused on providing taxpayers with superior customer service by phone, fax, internet or in person.  Our focus is on the future growth of Fort Bend County while maintaining excellent customer service and customer friendly offices.