Carmen P Turner, MPA , Fort Bend County Tax Assessor Collector, is pleased to provide our taxpayers with the ability to search our Outstanding refunds records. The Tax Office records include Pending Overpayments and Uncashed Checks.

Pending Overpayment Refunds

If your name is listed on the overpayment refund listing below, please contact the Fort Bend County Accounting Department to receive a copy of an application for tax refund.

Fort Bend County Tax Office
Attn: Accounting Department
1317 Eugene Heimann Circle
Richmond, TX 77469
fbcrefunds@fortbendcountytx.gov
832-471-1323

Please have the following information available when contacting our office -the property tax account number, property address, and owner name.

You will be required to provide proper identification for the refund.

Acceptable documentation: proper identification and proof of ownership (i.e. Copy of deed, deed of trust, utility bill, voter registration certificate, Texas driver’s license or ID or other document that includes the address of the property for the years of refund shown).
Note: an application for refund must be submitted within three years from the date of the overpayment or the taxpayer waives the right to the refund per section 31.11 (c) of the property tax code.

THIS LISTING IS UPDATED ONCE A MONTH

 

Uncashed Refunds Checks

If your name is listed on the uncashed refund check listing, please complete the refund request form below. Include with your refund request, 2 forms of ID to support your claim and email to: fbcrefunds@fortbendcountytx.gov

You may also drop off documents at any tax office location or mail completed form and supporting documents to:

Fort Bend County Tax Office
Attn: Accounting Department
1317 Eugene Heimann Circle
Richmond, TX 77469-3623

For more information on how to start a refund request, please call our office at 832-471-1323

Acceptable Documentation: proper identification and proof of ownership (i.e. Copy of deed, deed of trust, utility bill, voter registration certificate, Texas driver’s license or ID or other document that includes the address of the property for the year of refund shown).

Note: under Texas state law, we are required to report unclaimed property (including uncashed refund checks) to the Texas state comptroller of public accounts if the property is not claimed within three years.

THIS LISTING IS UPDATED ONCE A MONTH

To search the State of Texas Unclaimed Property website, please visit http://claimittexas.org