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Attention! Instructions on How to File an Online Protest
When you receive your property Notice of Appraised Value in the mail, you may choose to protest your value online by
visiting our website at WWW.CHAMBERSCAD.ORG and use the following instructions.

Click on the “Online Protest” menu item located under Services. If you choose to come in to the appraisal district or call the
appraisal district and initiate an inquiry and/or send in your protest by mail, you will not be able to protest online.

You will need to create an online profile to submit a protest online. If you have not already done so, you can click the “Sign
Up” button and enter your information. Once you have signed in, you will be able to add your property to your dashboard.

Enter your Online Owner PIN (that is located on your Notice of Appraised Value) in the box and click "Add Property". You
can then click on the house icon to view your property details and click on "File A Protest".

If you have already created an online profile, please sign in and follow the steps above by clicking on the house to view the
property details and click on "File A Protest".

If you think you should be eligible to file a protest online but cannot, please contact us at 409-267-3795.

Fill out the form by answering all questions. When all questions are completed, you will be required to agree to sign the
protest digitally, and you will have the ability to view and/or print your own copy of the protest for your records. A copy of
your protest will also be saved on your dashboard to access at any time.

The Chambers Co Appraisal District will receive a notification of your protest and will contact you regarding your request.
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Our Mission

To courteously and professionally serve the taxing units of County by providing equal and uniform appraisals of all properties whereby efficient assessment and collections services will be performed on behalf of participating taxing units in compliance with the statutes of the Texas Property Tax Code.

If you have questions regarding your taxes or tax bills please contact one of the following Tax Offices:
Chambers County Tax Office – 409-267-2763
Barbers Hill ISD Tax Office – 281-576-2221 ext. 1205
Goose Creek ISD/City of Baytown Tax Office – 281-420-4845

The duties of the appraisal district include: 
  • The determination of market value of taxable property
  • The administration of exemptions and special valuations authorized by the local entities and the State of Texas
Tax rates and ultimately the amount of taxes levied on property are determined by governing bodies of each of the taxing authorities. 
Mineral, utility and industrial accounts are appraised for the district by Capitol Appraisal Group Inc. in Austin, Texas.
Real estate and personal property accounts are appraised locally by the district.