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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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The Guadalupe Appraisal District now has a Facebook page! We will be using this page for information dissemination, to include: Office Closures, Exemption Information, Tax Information Updates, Deadline Reminders, Protest How-To’s, and much more.

Like and follow our page to receive instant notifications of any posts and helpful tips!


Our Schertz office will be opening at 10:00 am on Friday, September 29th. We apologize for any inconvenience.


We have a series of upcoming AG related classes for new landowners. Take a look at the flyer below for information on the classes & dates. Attend a single course or all of them.


The Board of Directors of the Guadalupe Appraisal District (GAD) is requesting proposals from auditing firms for the audit of the 2023 fiscal year. For more information, please contact Peter Snaddon, Chief Appraiser at (830) 303-3313 Ext. 307, chiefappraiser@guadalupead.org, or Request for Audit Services.

*New Truth-In-Taxation Website For Property Owners*

Property owners interested in reviewing their potential tax liability, for the current appraisal year, are directed to the new Truth-in-Taxation website guadalupe.countytaxrates.com. The site provides property owners a comparative view of the various tax rates being considered, to include each rates’ estimated tax liability, by the taxing unit’s governing body for adoption; No-New Revenue Rate, Proposed Rate, and Voter-Approval Rate.

Additionally, the website provides supporting documentation uploaded by the taxing unit and scheduled public hearings with time and location.

2023 Low Income Housing Apartment Capitalization Rate Posting (HB3546)


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Survey Templates Now Available for Download

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

twenty-seven jurisdictions listed below. Click on the entity name to visit their website.

City of Cibolo (CCI)

Comal ISD (COS)

New Braunfels ISD (NBS)

City of Marion (CMA)

Guadalupe County (GCO, LTR)

Nixon-Smiley ISD (NIS)

City of New Braunfels (CNB)

La Vernia ISD (LVS)

Prairie Lea ISD (PLS)

City of Schertz (CSC)

Luling ISD (LUS)

San Marcos ISD (SMS)

City of Seguin (CSG)

Marion ISD (MAS)

Schertz-Cibolo-UC ISD (SCS)

City of Selma (CSE)

Navarro ISD (NAS)

Seguin ISD (SGS)

City of Luling (CLU)

City of Santa Clara (CSA)

City of San Marcos (CSM)

Lake Dunlap (SUD01)

York Creek Water District (YCW)

Lake McQueeney (SUD02)

Lake Placid (SUD03)

Universal City (CUC)

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 jmessinger@guadalupead.org.