Board of Directors
Tarrant Appraisal District is governed by a Board of Directors representing taxing units within Tarrant County.
The Board of Directors provides governance and decision-making authority to ensure that the district is able to carry out its mission effectively. The Chief Appraiser oversees the district's operations, ensuring that all property appraisals are accurate, transparent, and fair. " Appraisal District Directors Manual 2022"
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How The Board Is Selected
According to Chapter 6 of the Texas State Property Tax code, the Tarrant Appraisal District Board of Directors is appointed by the taxing units (the districts within its jurisdiction) to two year terms. It consists of five directors and the county assessor-collector, who is not a voting member of the board.
Public Board Meetings
A majority of Board members must be present for a meeting to be held. All meetings are open to the public and must allow time to hear public concerns during the meeting. Comments from individuals should be limited to five minutes and be about issues under the jurisdiction of the Board. Each meeting agenda must also allow time to hear a report from the Taxpayer Liaison Officer who reviews written complaints and reports back to the Board about the status of complaint resolutions. Public Access to Board Meetings
Proposed Meetings (subject to change)
Board Meeting Schedule