Spring ISD Tax Office
Spring ISD Holiday Schedule:
- January 20, 2020 - Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
- March 9 - 13, 2020 - Spring Break
- April 10, 2020 - Good Friday
- May 25, 2020 - Memorial Day
- September 7, 2020 - Labor Day
- November 23 - 27, 2020 - Thanksgiving Holiday
- December 21-25, 28-31; Jan 1, 2021 - Winter Holiday
Spring ISD Tax Office new location 420 Lockhaven Dr. Houston, TX 77073.
Four days work week June through July; Monday through Thursday; 7:00 am - 5:30 pm
While the tax office is closed as set forth above, payment can be made in many different ways, as follows:
For your convenience there is a payment drop box located in the front of the building; any payments in the box when the tax office re-opens in January will be given a posting date for the month of December and a current/past four years record of payment can be printed from our website if needed;
Payment can also be made via telephone or online by credit card or e-check; there is a 2.62% fee charged for credit card and a $4.20 charge per transaction for e-check not collected through your taxes; In addition, payment can be made through the U.S. Postal service; any payment bearing a postmark by the date of December 31st will be accepted as a December payment and a current year record of payment can be printed from the tax office website if needed.
Please feel free to make partial payments, however, after the delinquency date penalty and interest will accrue. Tax payments cannot be accepted at HCAD Harris County Appraisal District has no authority to receive tax payments for any jurisdiction. All tax payments must be mailed or delivered to the tax collector. Tax Lien Transfer payments must be mailed to the P.O. Box 90458 address. Please note that it can take up to 10 business days for the posting of credit card payments to be completed.
Deadline to make an application for many types of total exemptions. Homestead and disabled veteran exemptions may be applied for up to one year after the taxes for the year of the application become delinquent (usually February 1). Over-65 or disability homestead applications may be filed as soon as the applicant becomes 65 or meets the Social Security requirements for total disability, whichever is applicable.
Payment Options for Seniors and Disabled Taxpayers:
If you are at least 65 years of age or disabled you may make payments in four installments without accruing penalty and interest if the first payment is paid before the delinquency date of February 1. You must apply for both the homestead and over-65 or disabled person exemptions at your county appraisal district. Seniors and disabled taxpayers should also be aware that they may defer or postpone payment of the taxes on their homestead property. An application is made through the appraisal district or we can assist you in person if you visit the tax office.
After-hours payments can be made via drop box located in the front of the tax office building.