who is the APPRAIsal review board (arb)
An ARB is a third-party group of citizens authorized to resolve disputes between taxpayers and the appraisal district. The ARB hears taxpayer protests. The ARB also hears issues if a taxing unit challenges the appraisal district's actions. In taxpayer protests, it listens to both the taxpayer and the appraisal district. ARB decisions are binding only for the tax year in question.
ARB hearings begin around May/June. The ARB should complete most of the hearings by July 20th. In the largest counties, this deadline may be later.
Arb SEEKS APPLICANTS
Want to make a difference in your county? Want to have a say in your local government?
The Denton County Appraisal Review Board is seeking qualified residents to do just that!
Click here to find out more.
In compliance with Tax Code Section 5.104, the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts provides a survey as a reasonable opportunity for the following persons who attended Appraisal Review Board (ARB) hearing to offer comments and suggestions concerning the ARB.
Please send your feedback and survey to the Taxpayer Liaison Officer at TLO@dentoncad.com.
Click here for the survey.