City Taxes

Property Tax

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Until completion, Frequently Asked Questions about property taxes can be found on the Texas State Comptroller's website. The City's property tax rate is set, by Ordinance, annually by the City Council in September of each year. For a view of the current and past year's budget and property (also known as ad-valorem) tax rate visit the Finance Department.  

The City contracts with the Bexar County Tax Office for the billing and collection of CITY property taxes. City tax statements are mailed in October of each year and become delinquent the first day of February of the following tax year. 

    Tax Exemptions
The following tax exemptions are currently offered for Fair Oaks Ranch property owners on their property taxes:

  • $5,000 Homestead
  • $20,000 Over 65 years old
  • Disabled Veterans – as required by law
Contact your appropriate county appraisal district to request your eligible tax exemptions.

    Appraisal Districts
The City of Fair Oaks Ranch lies within three counties - Bexar, Comal and Kendall.  By law, appraisals are conducted by the county where the property is physically located.  To obtain information on your property contact the appropriate district:

 
 
Local Sales and Use Tax
The current city sales and use tax for goods and services is 1.5%: 
    
  • 1% for placement in the General Fund to be used for any lawful purpose
  • .25% for maintenance and repair of municipal streets (must be voted on every 4 years)
  • .25% to be used to reduce the property tax rate

Information on sales tax can be found on the Texas State Comptroller's website.