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Contest Property Taxes

All Texans have the right to protest the appraised value of their property and this a great way to lower your tax bill.  Read below to learn how you can take steps to lower your property tax bill. The deadline to appeal is approaching so act today!

Deadline: May 15th

or 30 days after a Notice of Appraised Value was mailed to you, whichever is later.

Option 1:

File Your Protest Online:
  1. Go to the Dallas Central Appraisal District’s Search Appraisal function:

  2. You may search by Owner Name, Address, or Account Number. 

  3. Once you are on the details page of your property, simply click on the “uFile Online Protest” link and it will take you through the steps to file your protest online. 

The Online Protest link is beneath the DCAD Property Map link and above the Print Homestead Exemption Form link. You will need a PIN number that is printed on the upper left corner of your notice. You will find it just above your Account Number.  You may also request your individual PIN # through uFile Online Protest portal.

Option 2:

mail-in your protest:

If you prefer to mail in your protest, a form is included with your notice. This form will already have your name and property information filled out.  If you need a blank form, click the PDF icon below. Mail your form, along with supporting documents to:

Appraisal Review Board of Dallas County

Residential Division

PO BOX 560348

Dallas, TX 75356-0358


Helpful Videos to Present Your Case to the Appraisal Board: 

more information:

You can get more information by contacting:


Dallas Central Appraisal District Customer Service 

2949 North Stemmons Freeway 

Dallas, Texas 75247-6195 

Phone: (214) 631-0910

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