TAD holds its Data Workshops on the first Tuesday of the month at 2:00 PM – this workshop is open to the public. Please RSVP by email to the Webmaster@tad.org if you plan to attend so we may provide the appropriate accommodations. Attendees are encouraged to bring a laptop or other mobile computing device.
PropertyData (2017 Certified as of 07/25/2017) - Revised on 10/19/2017 - Last Values Updated on 10/18/2017
PropertyData (78.11 MB) – This is a reformatting of the current data into the legacy format of the AAAA.txt. The layout has remained very close to the original with a few modifications. The documentation has been updated to reflect the changes and fields have been highlighted when there was a modification. There is a delimited(vertical bar) version that can be downloaded here: PropertyData-FullSet(Delimited) (70.98 MB), PropertyData-Residential(Delimited) (40.78 MB), PropertyData-Commercial(Delimited) (5.10 MB), PropertyData-Personal Property(Delimited) (3.12 MB), PropertyData-Minerals(Delimited) (21.99 MB) – You can also find the PropertyData documentation here: PropertyData&PropertyLocation Layouts.
2016 Certified Data – Revised Weekly
This is delimited(vertical bar) version that can be downloaded for Residential 2016PropertyData-Residential(Certified) (38.16 MB), Commercial 2016PropertyData-Commercial(Certified) (5.12 MB), and Personal Property 2016PropertyData-Personal Property(Certified) (3.07 MB).
2015 Certified Data – Revised Weekly
2014 Certified Data – Revised Weekly
PropertyData_Exemptions(Delimited) (2.78 MB) – This file contains the Exemption Description and Percentage information for an Account. There may be more than one row for an Account if they have multiple Exemption.
PropertyLocation(formerly LOCA.txt) (5.49 MB) – This is a reformatting of the current data into the legacy format of the LOCA.txt. The layout has remained very close to the original with a few modifications. The documentation has been updated to reflect the changes and fields have been highlighted when there was a modification. There is a delimited(vertical bar) version that can be downloaded here: PropertyLocation(Delimited) (5.65 MB) – You can also find the PropertyLocation documentation here: Property Location layout(formerly LOCA)PropertyData&PropertyLocation Layouts (1)Property Location layout(formerly LOCA)
The following files represent TAD’s coverage in GIS (Geographic Information System) format. Specifically, the data are in ESRI Shapefile format and in File Geodatabase. You will need WinRAR, WinZip or PKZip (available on our Free Downloads page) to unzip the files before use. You will also need special GIS software to use the data. A number of products are available including:
- ESRI Products
- ArcGIS Explorer Free GIS Viewer
- ArcExplorer Former Free GIS Viewer
Other products may also be available from other vendors which may be suitable for your use.
In past years, the outermost boundaries of an appraisal district were not necessarily the same as the county in which it was situated mainly because the taxing entities it served (such as cities, school districts, etc) were created at different times and with different geographic sizes and shapes. This often resulted in confusion to taxpayers and tax professionals alike when dealing with what were once called “Overlap” properties – or properties which required more than one appraisal district to administer all appraisal-related legal requirements. In March 2007 the Texas legislature passed House Bill 1010 which, beginning in the 2008 tax year, sets an appraisal district’s boundaries to be the same as the county’s boundaries. Whatever county the property is located in, that’s the appraisal district and appraisal review board for taxpayers to do business with.
As a result, information regarding properties which lie outside Tarrant County is no longer available through TAD. Please contact the appraisal district in the county in which the property is located.
The following maps are the most commonly-requested from our mapping staff. While the PDF files are somewhat large, the maps contain quite a bit of detail and can be printed at a large scale.
(Tax Maps current as of 04/9/2016)
- 2017 Tax Maps (The Entire Set of Tarrant County Tax Maps in PDF, 529 MB)
- 2016 Tax Maps (The Entire Set of Tarrant County Tax Maps in PDF, 536 MB)
- 2015 Tax Maps (The Entire Set of Tarrant County Tax Maps in PDF, 518 MB)
- Abstracts (25 MB) – Updated 11/10/2014
- City Limits (32 MB) – Updated 03/31/2017
- School Districts (33 MB) – Updated 03/31/2017
- Neighborhood (12 MB) – Updated 03/31/2017
- TIFs (Tax Increment Finance Zones, 24 MB) – Updated 03/31/2017
- PIDs (Public Improvement Districts, 23 MB) – Updated 03/31/2017
- TAD’s Map Grid (25 MB) – Updated 11/10/2014
- County Map with Street Names (23 MB) – Updated 11/10/2014
- Utility Districts (23 MB) – Updated 11/10/2014
AAbstracts 04-04-2016(288kB) - Abstract Boundaries
CCities 04-12-2017(931kB) - Boundaries of All Cities in Tarrant County
County 04-04-2016(25kB) - Boundaries of Tarrant, Denton, Dallas, Ellis, Johnson, Parker, and Wise counties
EECU 04-13-2017(24MB) - The TAD Economic Units for Commercial Accounts
HHistoric Lots 07-12-2016(5MB) - The TAD Economic Units for Commercial Accounts
MMUDs 04-04-2016(15kB) - Municipal Utility Districts
Mapgrid 04-04-2016(58kB) - TAD's Map Grid
NNeighborhoods 04-13-2017(49MB) - Municipal Utility Districts
PPIDs 04-12-2017(80kB) - Public Improvement Districts
Parcels 04-13-2017(112MB) - Public Improvement Districts
Parcels GeoDatabase 04-12-2017(306MB) - TAD's Parcel Geo DataBase
SSchools 04-12-2017(411kB) - Boundaries of All School Districts in Tarrant County