Dallas Homeowners Face 2023 Property Tax Deadline With New Lowered Rates

The deadline for homeowner property taxes in Dallas County for 2023 is Wednesday January 31 – the first year following a cut in the rate.

An $18 billion Texas-wide property tax-cut package was approved by voters in November 2023, which is expected to save the average homestead owner more than $1,200.


  • Payments by mail must be postmarked by January 31. Address: P.O. Box 139066, Dallas, TX 75313
  • Online and phone payments must be completed by 11:59 p.m. Central Standard Time on January 31.

Incomplete and pending payments completed at or after midnight Central Standard Time on February 1 will be posted accordingly.

To pay by phone in Dallas County, call 1-877-253-0150.

To pay online in Dallas County, property owners can go to dallascounty.org/tax. Options include MasterCard, Visa, Discover, and American Express credit and debit cards or an e-Check. Credit and debit card payments are subject to Chase Bank convenience fees:

  • Credit Card Fee = 2.15% of amount charged (minimum of $2.95)
  • Debit Card Fee = $2.95 per transaction

All eight Tarrant County Tax Office locations and all seven Dallas County Tax Office locations are open Monday–Friday, 8 am-4:30 pm.

Tarrant County Tax Assessor-Collector Wendy Burgess says that the offices are open to assist taxpayers with their property tax payments, but they encourage taxpayers to pay online, and do it ahead of time to avoid the last-minute rush.

“As online systems become heavily used in the last hour of the day, we recommend you start the online process earlier in the month to avoid complications and not waiting until January 31,” Burgess says. “Please plan around inclement weather and other emergencies if you intend to pay in person.”

There is no provision in the Tax Code for a delayed payment or extended due date due to inclement weather conditions or other emergencies.

Dallas County property owners with questions can email propertytax@dallascounty.org, or call Customer Care Center at 214-653-7811.

According to SmartAsset, Texas has some of the highest property taxes in the U.S. The average effective property tax rate in the Lone Star State is 1.60 percent, well above the national average of 0.99 percent.

Dallas residents were subjected to an average property tax bill of $2,851 in 2016 and that jumped to $4,671 in 2021 – an increase of nearly 64 percent.

Source: Dallas CultureMap