Welcome To the Official Website of the Guadalupe Appraisal District!

The Guadalupe Appraisal District Board of Directors and staff welcome you to this site. The philosophy of the Guadalupe Appraisal District is to provide a free flow of information that shall educate and inform the property owner and citizens relative to its role in the property tax system. Within the site you will find general information about the property tax system, as well as a portal for searching parcels in the Guadalupe Appraisal District. The portal is updated regularly in an effort to provide users with accurate, usable and up-to-date information.
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Please be advised, staff appraisers have completed their review of the 2,218 appeals submitted through our online portal. There are currently 249 accounts with a pending settlement offer to be reviewed by the property owner. If you submitted an appeal through our online portal and have yet to ACCEPT or REJECT a settlement offer, please sign in to your account and do so at this time. If no settlement offer is viewable, please contact our office so we may address the issue from our end. All appeals without an accepted or rejected status will be scheduled for a formal hearing with the Appraisal Review Board to finalize this stage of the appeals process. Our admin staff members will begin scheduling these accounts in August for formal hearings beginning in September.
Our office extends our appreciation to all the property owners who submitted their 2021 protest through our online portal. The 2,218 appeals submitted reflects an increase of 14% from 2020.  The time and fiscal resources saved through the use of this method is significant. Typically, 16 telephone conference informal hearings can be scheduled per appraiser each day. The use of the online portal freed up approximately 1100 hours or 138 full days of hearings. As of this posting, on average, property owners accepted settlement offers amounting to a reduction of 8.7% or $25,000.



May 21, 2021


Please be advise, following the issuance of Governor Abbott’s Executive Order GA-36, the Guadalupe Appraisal District we will no longer require individuals entering our facilities to wear a face covering. We respectfully request those entering our lobbies, who have yet to receive a vaccination, to consider wearing a face covering.

However, we will still be limiting the traffic within our lobby to allow for social distancing. Our lobbies are relatively small and can accommodate approximately six (6) members of the public, while still maintaining recommended social distancing guidelines. Please keep this in mind when visiting either of our locations.

We appreciate the cooperation and understanding extended to our office, throughout these past 12-15 months, from members of the public. We welcome the receding of restrictions and ability to assist those we serve.




At this time, the period for MOST property owners to have submitted a timely Notice of Protest, appealing their 2021 appraised value, has passed. The Texas Property Tax Code does allow for late protest, which are heard by the Appraisal Review Board (ARB). A listing of the more common reasons for filing a late protest can be viewed by clicking here. Be advised, depending on the type of late protest one is filing, and testimony given, the ARB may or may not chose to hear your protest and/ or adjust your property’s submission value (noticed value). If you have any questions, please call our office at (830) 303-3313, Option 1.
Our website has undergone an update, as of April 17th. All the great information and resources you have been accustom to are still available. Please use the heading tabs along the top of this page to navigate your way around. As with any new roll out involving technology, issues will arise that require our attention. If you are having difficulty locating the information or resource you need or would like to report an error, please contact our IT team at ysaenz@guadalupead.org



The recent winter storm prompted Governor Abbott to declare a state of disaster across all 254 counties within the State of Texas on February 12, 2021. In doing so, property owners of Guadalupe County may be entitled to a temporary tax exemption as a result of structural damage caused by the storm. For information about this exemption and guidance on submitting an application, please click on the title section of the property tax code below.

Section 11.35 - Temporary Exemption for Qualified Property Damage by Disaster 


Survey Templates Now Available for Download

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COVID-19 Impact Survey Results Posted - 03/31/2021

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The Guadalupe Appraisal District appraises property for the area of Guadalupe County. The District serves the

twenty-seven jurisdictions listed below:


  • York Creek Water District (YCW)
  • Lone Oak Farm Municipal Utility District (MUD01)


Mission Statement
The mission of the Guadalupe Appraisal District is to achieve equalization among all classes of property by maintaining the highest standards in appraisal practices and law, guided by the goals of providing quality service to the public, developing high-performance employees and by creation of automated programs to expedite work flow, all oriented toward the highest ethical standards and transparency relative to professional appraisal practices.

The Guadalupe Appraisal District retains membership in the I.A.A.O. (International Association of Assessing Officers), as well as the T.A.A.D. (Texas Association of Appraisal Districts).

We encourage users to contact our office at 830.303.3313 if additional assistance is needed, or if users wish to offer improvements to this site. If you are experiencing problems with this website, contact rmaroti@guadalupead.org.