Are property taxes owed for leased vehicles (personal use) in Hurst?
Yes. The tax is actually a commercial tax owed by the leasing agencies or vehicle dealerships. They, in turn, pass the tax to the lessee through the contracts.
What is the City’s sales tax rate?
The State of Texas levies a sales tax of 6.25% on all purchases statewide. The City of Hurst levies an additional 2%, making the total tax rate 8.25% for all goods purchased in the City of Hurst.
What Property Tax relief does the City provide?
The City provides a 20% Homestead exemption. This is the maximum exemption allowable under state law. The City also provides Senior Citizen and Disabled Citizen exemptions of $35,000, a Senior Citizen and Disabled Citizen tax freeze, and tax relief for Veterans. Please contact the Tarrant Appraisal District at 817.284.0024 for more information to apply for one or more of these tax breaks.
Does the City of Hurst bill me for my property taxes?
No. For several years, the cities, school, districts, and special districts of Tarrant County have contracted with the Tarrant County Tax Assessor-Collector to collect property taxes on their behalf. The contact information for the Tax Assessor-Collector is:
No, the City is only one of several taxing authorities with overlapping jurisdiction for City of Hurst residents The combined tax rates for most Hurst residents depending on which school district you reside in: can be found at the following website for Tarrant Appraisal District.
What is the City’s Property Tax Rate?
The City’s current tax rate is $0.5879 per $100 of assessed valuation.