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CAD to host property tax workshops

By now, most Liberty County property owners have received their 2022 property tax valuations, and many have taken to social media or local hangouts to voice their thoughts on the increases.

In an effort to reach out to the public and help inform area taxpayers about the property tax process, the Liberty County Appraisal District is offering a series of workshops around the county.

“This is a workshop we are organizing to help property owners understand the requirements the CAD has to meet to be able to make adjustments to property owner’s accounts. It is an opportunity to learn what the CAD is looking for in an informal or formal protest as far as evidence wise to help make any needed changes to value,” said Liberty County CAD Chief Administrator Lana McCarty.

The 2022 Residential Property Tax Workshop is designed to educate the public on property values and how they are assessed, different types of exemptions, and what the public can do to file a protest.

The event will cover the following topics:

Property Values Property Valuation Study

Exemptions Available

How to Protest Types of Depreciation Evidence Needed for Protests

Procedure for Protests Q & A Session There will be three workshops available to the public:

Cleveland Civic Center Monday, April 25 at 10 am

Liberty City Hall

Thursday, April 28 at 2 pm

Dayton Community Center

Thursday, April 28 at 5:30 pm

“We hope the public will attend so that we can help ensure that the protest process goes as smoothly as possible,” McCarty concluded.

For more information on the CAD, you can call their offices at 936-336-5722 or online at