Welcome to Uvalde County Appraisal District



Deadline for Filing BPP Renditions



Roberto Valdez, Chief Appraiser, Uvalde County Appraisal District, reminds business owners that property renditions must be filed with the appraisal district no later than April 15, 2022.  By written request, the deadline may be extended to May 15.

Business owners and operators are required by law to render any tangible personal property that is held or used to produce income as of January 1st, of each year, such as furniture, fixtures, machinery, equipment, vehicles, and inventory. State laws impose penalties for late renditions.

In January, Uvalde County Appraisal District mailed out approximately 1,780 personal property renditions.  If your business did not receive a form, contact the appraisal district office.

For forms or more information, contact the Uvalde County Appraisal District 209 N High St, Uvalde, TX 78801.  (830) 278-1106.  www.uvaldecad.org


Notice of Office Operations

Roberto Valdez, Chief Appraiser for the Uvalde County Appraisal District (UCAD) on May 01, 2021 released the following statement:

Welcome to our website! Our goal is to provide our users with accurate usable information to assist in easily finding any data regarding property taxes in Uvalde County. If there is data you need that does not appear on our website, or if you have suggestions, I invite your input. We are dedicated to serving the citizens of this community in every way possible to ensure that property taxation in Uvalde County is fair and equal.

**Our Office is Open to the Public. Please see important information below.


Uvalde County Appraisal District is open to the public from 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. Monday through Friday except for posted holidays or other events.  Property owners are encouraged to utilize email or mail resources to file applications or submit renditions.  Property tax payments can also be paid online or by mail.  When visiting the office in-person, please remember to use common sense and wise judgment regarding good health practices.

Uvalde County Appraisal District (UCAD) reserves the right, in accordance with the recommended guidelines from the DSHS, to make changes within the UCAD office that are in the interest of public health safety. It is the individual’s responsibility to not enter public places if they are exhibiting symptoms.  Anyone exhibiting symptoms outlined in the DSHS protocols may be asked to conduct UCAD business online, through the US Postal Service or over the phone.

Customers are encouraged to continue utilizing online resources, email, or telephone to conduct their business with the appraisal district.  Tighter restrictions may be imposed during Appraisal Review Board (ARB) Hearings.  Individuals should periodically check our website for breaking news on the Districts day to day operations.

Informative Documents

  Tax Payer Remedies
  How to Pay Taxes Online