School District Property Values and Tax Rates

A district's property tax rate consists of a maintenance and operations (M&O) tax rate and, if applicable, an interest and sinking (I&S) tax rate. The M&O tax rate provides funds for maintenance and operations. The I&S tax rate provides funds for payments on the debt that finances a district's facilities. The calculation of state funding for school districts is tied to tax effort; thus, tax rates provide an essential component in the state's school finance formulas.

School District Authority to Set Property Tax Rates

Property Values and Tax Rates

These spreadsheets provide comptroller tax information, including property tax rates by district for the specified tax years.

File Name   Excel Version   PDF Version  
School District Adopted M&O and I&S tax rates for 2006-2019  Excel 173 KB PDF 1,111 KB
Property Tax Assistance Division (PTAD) Tax Final: Tax Year 2017 Excel 119 KB PDF 1,637 KB
Property Tax Assistance Division (PTAD) Tax Final: Tax Year 2016 Excel 121 KB PDF 684 KB
Property Tax Assistance Division (PTAD) Tax Final: Tax Year 2015 Excel 120 KB PDF 666 KB
Property Tax Assistance Division (PTAD) Tax Final: Tax Year 2014 Excel 140 KB PDF 552 KB
Property Tax Assistance Division (PTAD) Tax Final: Tax Year 2013 Excel 260 KB PDF 526 KB
Property Tax Assistance Division (PTAD) Tax Final: Tax Year 2012 Excel 251 KB PDF 1693 KB
Property Tax Assistance Division (PTAD) Tax Final: Tax Year 2011 Excel 252 KB PDF 468 KB
Property Tax Assistance Division (PTAD) Tax Final: Tax Year 2010 Excel 243 KB PDF 164 KB
Property Tax Assistance Division (PTAD) Tax Final: Tax Year 2009 Excel 242 KB PDF 172 KB
Property Tax Assistance Division (PTAD) Tax Final: Tax Year 2008 Excel 243 KB PDF 342 KB
Property Tax Assistance Division (PTAD) Tax Final: Tax Year 2007 Excel 210 KB PDF 100 KB

Revised 2014 Property Values

The comptroller has certified revised 2014 property values reflecting the $25,000 residence homestead property value exemption as authorized by Senate Bill 1 of the 84th Texas Legislature. These values will be used for school district funding for the 2015-2016 school year, contingent upon the passage of the constitutional amendment proposed by Senate Joint Resolution 1, 84th Texas Legislature, which will be submitted to voters on November 3, 2015. The TEA anticipates incorporating these values into the Summary of Finance calculations by January 2016.

 2014 Revised CPTD values

Additional Tax Information Links


For more information, contact:

Division of State Funding

Nancy Kuhn  
(512) 463-6313
sfinance@tea.texas.gov