Welcome to Kerr Central Appraisal District!

Within this site you will find general information about the District and the ad valorem property tax system in Texas, as well as information regarding specific properties within the district.

Kerr Central Appraisal District is responsible for appraising all real and business personal property within Kerr County. The district appraises property according to the Texas Property Tax Code and the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practices (USPAP).

Kerr Central Appraisal District is responsible for the fair market appraisal of properties within each of the following taxing entities:

 

Kerr County Kerr County Lateral Roads
Kerrville I.S.D. Ingram I.S.D.
Hunt I.S.D. Center Point I.S.D.
Divide I.S.D. City of Kerrville
City of Ingram Lake Ingram Estates Road District
Headwaters Groundwater Conservation District Upper Guadalupe River Authority
Kerr County ESD #1 Kerr County ESD #2
   
Comfort I.S.D. Medina I.S.D.
Harper I.S.D.

 

Disaster-Related Property Tax Exemption

The Kerr Central Appraisal District is alerting property owners to a new property tax exemption they could be eligible for if they suffered a minimum of 15% damage from the recent winter storm.

The tax code allows property that meets the 15% damage threshold in an area declared a disaster area by the governor may apply for a temporary exemption but the application must be filed by a May 28 deadline.

Property that qualifies includes:

  • Tangible business personal property used for income production if the owner filed a 2021 rendition;
  • An improvement to real property, which would include residential buildings (homes), commercial buildings (businesses), industrial buildings (manufacturing), multi-family buildings (apartments), and other real property buildings; and
  • certain manufactured homes used as a dwelling.
  • certain manufactured homes used as a dwelling.

The appraisal district determines if the property qualifies for the temporary exemption and assigns a damage assessment rating.

Depending on the rating, the property could get a temporary exemption ranging from 15% up to 100% if the property is a total loss.

The district may rely on information from a county emergency management authority, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) or other appropriate sources like insurance adjusters or repair estimates when making this determination.

Applications and supporting documentation may be mailed to the Kerr Central Appraisal District, PO Box 294387, Kerrville, Texas 78029.    

                                                                      Form 50-132   

                                       Temporary Exemption - Property Damaged by Disaster