Judson ISD adopted a tax rate on August 20, 2015 of $1.42, with $1.04 for Maintenance & Operations (M & O) and $0.38 for bonded indebtedness (Interest & Sinking Fund - I & S)
2015 Taxes are due by February 1, 2016. Non receipt of a tax statement does not forgive penalty and interest POSTMARK DETERMINES DATE OF PAYMENT FEBRUARY 1, 2016.
Business hours: 8:00 am - 4:45 pm Monday thru Friday..
E-Statements - Go PaperlessWould you like to receive an E Statement rather than paper? Click on Property Tax Balance to the right and search for your account, open the account and request your E-Statement on the bottom right. Click there insert the information and we will send a confirmation email. You can receive your statement by email and save postage, printing and paper. If you have any problems, please call our office for help.
Make checks payable to: Judson I.S.D. Tax Office and return payment coupon with check.
The Judson I.S.D. taxes are collected "separately" from the Bexar County taxes. Payments can be made in person or by mail in our office located in the Judson I.S.D. Administration Office, 8012 Shin Oak Drive, Live Oak TX 78233-2413.
2015 Tax Statements will be mailed late October, 2015.
Our delinquent tax firm is Linebarger Goggan Blair & Sampson, LLP. They can be contacted at 210-225-4422.
Postmark determines date of payment.
To pay by Credit Card, click on the link below to access CertifiedPayments.net, the authorized agent of the Judson Independent School District Tax Assessor-Collector. You must have your tax account number, your account information and our Bureau Code is 9455535. A convenience fee of 2.4 % is charged for this service.
Click here to pay by Credit Card (Bureau 9455535 to pay)
To pay by echeck, click on the link below to access CertifiedPayments.net, the authorized agent of the Judson Independent School District Tax Assessor-Collector. You must have your tax account number, your account information and ourBureau code 9455535 to pay. A fee of $2.00 is charged for this service.
Click here to pay by ECheck.
We do accept partial payments and encourage anyone with delinquent taxes to enter into an installment agreement to make monthly payments. Contact our office at 210 945-5535.
If you do not receive your tax statement please contact our office immediately. You will not receive a tax statement if you have an escrow account with your mortgage company. If you do receive a tax statement and have an escrow with your mortgage company, please send a copy of the statement to your mortgage company.
Please contact our office to set up an Installment Payment Agreement for delinquent taxes. We require a down payment to begin the agreement and will take monthly payments until paid in full. Interest increases each month by 1% on the unpaid balance. Call us at 210 945-5535 for arrangements.