Due to legislation passed in 2017 several important dates have changed from prior years.
1. Renditions are now required to be filed by April 1 with the chief appraiser granting an extension to May 1 on written request by the property owner. With good cause the deadline may be extended an additional 15 days.
2. Renditions for properties regulated by the Public Utility Commission of Texas, the Railroad Commission of Texas, the federal Surface Transportation Board or the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission must be delivered to the chief appraiser not later than by April 30. The chief appraiser may extend the deadline for 15 for good cause shown in writing.
3. Applications for Allocation of Value (Interstate) are now due before April 1. If property was added to the roll for the current year the deadline would be 30 days after receiving the Notice of Appraised Value. This deadline can be extended an additional 30 days for good cause.
4. Freeport Exemption late applications are now due June 15th.
5. Protest deadline will be May 15th or 30 days after the Notice of Appraised Value was delivered.