Tax Office

Tax Office
14909 Aldine Westfield Rd
Houston, TX 77032

Phone: 281.985.6455
Fax: 281.590.6656

Office Hours
Monday-Friday
8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

Online Tax Statement

Tax Rate

Aldine ISD Trustees approved the 2018-2019 tax rate of $1.435888 per $100 valuation ($0.2825 for interest and sinking $1.153388 for maintenance and operation) on September 18, 2018.

Holiday Schedule

The Aldine ISD Tax Office will be closed in observance of the following holidays:
Labor Day — September 2, 2019 (Monday)
Columbus Day — October 14, 2019 (Monday)
Thanksgiving — November 25-29, 2019 (Monday – Friday)
Christmas — December 23-27, 2019 (Monday – Friday)
New Years — January 1, 2020 (Wednesday)
Martin Luther King, Jr — January 20, 2020 (Monday)
President’s Day — February 17, 2020 (Monday)
Spring Break — March 9-13, 2020 (Monday – Friday)
Spring Holiday — April 10, 2020 (Friday)
Memorial Day — May 25, 2020 (Monday)

Property Tax Payment Information

Please mail TAX PAYMENTS ONLY to the following address:
Aldine ISD
P.O. Box 203989
Houston, TX 77216-3989

Please mail the coupon/bottom portion of statement with your payment to avoid delay of payment posting.

Use the link on the left side of page “Payment Options” to make a payment on-line by credit card or e-check.

Note: accounts that are under suit or have a judgment are ineligible to make online or credit/debit card payments. Please contact the Legal Department to make a payment at 281.985.6319.

ANY CORRESPONDENCE MUST BE MAILED AS PER THE CORRESPONDENCE TAB; ex: notes, tax lien answers, request for receipts, etc.

Property Tax Correspondence Information

Any correspondence, other than payment and coupons, must be mailed to the following address:
Aldine ISD Tax Office
14909 Aldine Westfield Rd.
Houston, TX 77032

If mailing a payment please see payment section above.

Our office offers six different ways to accept tax payments. If you have any questions about these services please call the tax office at 281-985-6455.

PIN DEBIT OR CREDIT CARD ACCEPTED IN OFFICE

NOTE: Accounts that are under suit or have a judgment are ineligible to make payments with a credit/debit card. Please contact the Legal Department at 281.985.6319 to make a payment.

Taxpayers may pay their school taxes by pin debit or credit card at Aldine ISD tax office. Credit cards accepted in office are VISA, Mastercard, and Discover. This option is available for Current Year taxes and any Delinquent taxes if your account is not under suit. If your account is under suit, the tax office personnel will contact the Attorney’s office to discuss the payment at that time.

Note: A convenience fee of 2.50% (minimum of $3.00) will be assessed on credit card payments and a $3.00 convenience fee for pin debit payments will automatically be calculated and collected by JP Morgan Chase for the use of this service. Aldine ISD does not collect this fee.

PAY ONLINE

Note: Accounts that are under suit or have a judgment are ineligible to make online payments. Please contact the Legal Department at 281.985.6319 to make a payment.

We offer two secure sites to make payments online.

Taxpayers may pay school taxes online using a credit card or echeck/ACH. Please see the options below of what type of credit card each vendor accepts and the fee that will be accessed. This option is available for Current Year Taxes and any Delinquent Taxes if your account is not under suit. If your account is under suit, please call 281.985.6319. You will need your property tax account number in order to pay your taxes using this option. The account number (either 13 or 7 digits) is located at the top middle section of the front of your statement.

Note: During the month of December and January online access may be difficult due to the high volume of attempts. We suggest to access earlier morning or late evening to avoid any difficulties.

We offer two secure sites to make payments online.

Payments made before 12 AM (CST) will be posted to your tax account as of today’s date.

JP Morgan Chase
(Visa * MasterCard * Discover * e-check)

  • Go to webpay.aldine.k12.tx.us
  • Enter your email address.
  • Select, I am new to “My Taxes Online”.
  • Click Sign-in to “My Taxes Online”
  • Enter the appropriate selections as prompted.
  • bill payor code is needed during transaction and can be found on the profile tab. Please make note of this code when you establish your profile information. Bill Payor code is established by the user.
  • Print the confirmation page for your records.

Note: A convenience fee of 2.5% for credit/debit payments and $1 for echeck/ACH will be automatically calculated and charged by JP Morgan Chase for the use of this service. Aldine ISD does not collect this fee.

Forte
(Visa * MasterCard * Discover * American Express * e-check)
Please click here to make a payment with Forte.
Follow the steps and enter the required information to make a payment.
An email receipt will be provided if you provide an email address for a copy for your payment record.Note: A convenience fee of 2.4% for credit/debit payments, Visa Debit $3.95 and $1.50 for e-check will be automatically calculated and charged by Forte for the use of this service.  
Aldine ISD does not collect this fee.

PAY BY PHONE

Note: Accounts that are under suit or have a judgment are ineligible to make a payment by credit/debit card. Please contact the Legal Department at 281.985.6319 to make a payment.

Taxpayers may pay school taxes by credit card using the telephone. This option is available for Current Year Taxes and any Delinquent Taxes if your account is not under suit. You will need your property tax account number in order to pay your taxes using this option. The account number (either 13 or 7 digits) is located at the top middle section of the front of your statement.

Payments made before 12 AM (CST) will be posted to your tax account as of today’s date.

JP Morgan Chase (Visa * MasterCard * Discover)

  • Call 1.877.216.0132

Note: A convenience fee of 2.5% for credit/debit payments will be automatically calculated for the use of this service. Aldine ISD does not collect this fee.

MAIL PAYMENT via U.S. POSTAL SERVICE

Taxpayers may mail property tax payments by the U.S. Postal Service. This option is available for Current Year Taxes and any Delinquent Taxes if your account is not under suit. If your account is under suit, please call 281.985.6319.

Note: As indicated above Aldine ISD will honor US Postal postmarks.

To mail your property tax payment:

  • Click the ‘Online Tax Statements’ to the left.
  • Find your tax statement by utilizing the desired search type.
  • Click on the row which represents your property.
  • Print your tax statement and send it to the following address with the appropriate payment.
    Aldine ISD Tax Office
    PO Box 203989
    Houston, TX 77216-3989

DELIVER PAYMENT

Taxpayers may deliver property tax payments 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday except during holidays. This option is available for Current Year Taxes and any Delinquent Taxes if your account is not under suit. If your account is under suit, please call 281.985.6319. To deliver your property tax payment:

  • Click the ‘Online Tax Statements’ to the left.
  • Find your tax statement by utilizing the desired search type.
  • Click on the row which represents your property.
  • Print your tax statement and bring it to the following address with the appropriate payment.
    Aldine ISD Tax Office
    PO Box 203989
    Houston, TX 77216-3989
  • You will be issued a receipt.

DROP BOX

Located on the Northeast corner of the Resource Center. Identify your payment with your account number, property address, or name on the account. Checks/Money Orders only. Please do not leave cash.

Property Tax Payment Information

Please mail TAX PAYMENTS ONLY to the following address:
Aldine ISD
P.O. Box 203989
Houston, TX 77216-3989

Please mail the coupon/bottom portion of statement with your payment to avoid delay of payment posting.
Use the link on the left side of page “Payment Options” to make a payment on-line by credit card or e-check.

Note: accounts that are under suit or have a judgment are ineligible to make online or credit/debit card payments. Please contact the Legal Department to make a payment at 281.985.6319.
ANY CORRESPONDENCE MUST BE MAILED AS PER THE CORRESPONDENCE TAB; ex: notes, tax lien transfers, request for receipts, etc.

Any correspondence, other than payment and coupons, must be mailed to the following address:
Aldine ISD Tax Office
14909 Aldine Westfield Rd.
Houston, TX 77032

If mailing a payment please see payment section above.

APPRAISED VALUE

Properties will only be appraised by the Harris County Appraisal District.

The appraised value of a property is determined by a certified appraiser from HCAD, not the tax office. The appraised value is used to determine the tax on a property. Any disputes in value, square footage, property description must be directed to the county appraisal office.

Contact HCAD 713.957.7800

EXEMPTIONS

Exemptions help the taxpayers by reducing the taxable value of the property. All exemptions (Homestead, Over 65, Disability, Veterans, etc) are granted by HCAD. Most exemptions apply only to your primary residence and are not valid on second properties. Once an exemption has been approved, the appraisal district will notify all tax offices under its jurisdiction.

To qualify for a homestead exemption the taxpayer must own and live in the home on January 1 of that tax year. If you move in any time after January 1, you will not qualify until the following year.

The Aldine ISD offers a $25,000 homestead exemption.

The over 65 and disabled exemptions have a value of $20,000 and works in conjunction with your homestead exemption.The amount you pay in the year that both the Over 65 Exemption and the Homestead Exemption are on the account together is what your taxes will be frozen at.Frozen means the amount you pay will not go up in the future even if the property value and tax rate goes up. You should not pay any more than this amount for as long as you own the property unless you make major improvements to the property (such as adding a swimming pool, extra bedroom, workshop, tear down and rebuild, etc) and if you no longer claim the property as your homestead.

IF TAXES ARE DUE, never wait for an exemption to pay. You can avoid your exemption savings being used towards penalty and interest by paying the tax by the due date.

The tax office can not add and remove an exemptions without a certified tax roll from the appraisal district. The tax office may get a tax roll once a month depending on the time of year. If the account is paid when the exemption is granted, this office will issue a refund to the owner of record. If the account is not paid, we will re-bill the owner of record for the unpaid tax with the exemption and any penalty & interest if applicable.

Contact HCAD 713.957.7800

TAX DEFERRAL (for Over 65/Disabled Persons)

Texans who are over 65 years of age/disabled may postpone paying current and delinquent property taxes on their homes by filing a tax deferral affidavit with HCAD.

Once the affidavit is on file, taxes are deferred — but not cancelled — as long as the owner continues to own and live in the home. Taxes continue to add up, along with 8 percent interest per year. The deferral is applicable to the tax year for which the deferral was granted and thereafter. Any taxes delinquent prior to the deferral continues to collect standard penalty and interest.

The law extends the tax deferral to the surviving spouse of the person who deferred taxes on the homestead if the surviving spouse was at least 55 years old when the deceased spouse died.

If a tax deferral affidavit is on file the homeowner cannot lose a homestead because of delinquent property taxes. A homeowner can halt a pending sale to foreclose on the homestead’s tax lien. No taxing unit can go through with a lawsuit to collect delinquent taxes. There are no penalties on delinquent taxes during the deferral period, only 8% interest per year; however, a tax deferral does not cancel penalties and interest that was already due before the tax deferral was granted.

All deferred taxes and interest become due when the homeowner/surviving spouse no longer own and live in the home. If the tax debt remains unpaid after 180 days, penalties may be imposed and taxing units may take legal action to collect the past due amount.

Please make special note that if your property has a mortgage, the lien holder may require the property owner to keep their taxes current even if they are deferred. You should contact your lender regarding the terms of your loan agreement(before you decide not to pay your taxes). The mortgage company does have a right to protect their interest.

For further details about property tax deferral, contactHarris County Appraisal District.

More information is also available on the Comptroller’s Web site, www.window.state.tx.us/taxinfo/proptax/

OWNERSHIP RECORDS & MAILING ADDRESS

Please note that tax offices are required to mail tax bills to the “address of record” maintained by the property’s county appraisal office. If you are the new owner and need to change a mailing address you must contact HCAD. Also contact HCAD for any corrections to owner name and address.

The appraisal district is the only authority to change property tax records, not the individual tax offices. The tax office can not make any changes to correct owners and mailing addresses without a certified tax roll from the appraisal district.The tax office may get a tax roll once a month depending on the time of year.

Please note that a post office change of address is not acceptable. They often have time limits and may expire before appraisal noticesand tax bills are mailed.

If taxes are due, never wait for an ownership change to pay. Avoid any penalty and interest being added to the account by paying the tax on time. Taxes are due upon receipt and become delinquent February 1, no matter whose name is on the bill.

TAX BILLS & DUE DATES

Tax Bills are usually mailed the same time each year. If you have not received a tax bill by December you can download one from this website. As the owner of the property it is your responsibility to know which taxing authorities will tax your property and when taxes are due.

Taxes are always due upon receipt(tax bills are considered delivered when placed in the mail), never wait for a tax bill to pay taxes. Section 31.01, of the Texas Property Tax Code states that failure to receive a tax bill is not grounds for waiver of penalty and interest and will not affect validity of the due date. Taxes are due upon receipt.Taxes become delinquent on February 1.

Taxes are due upon receipt even if there is a discrepancy on your bill. We will tax you according to the value and exemptions provided us by the appraisal district. If you have made recent changes please note that it may take some time for these changes to get to the tax office (anywhere from 4-12 weeks depending on the time of year). Taxes are due by January 31 even if you are waiting on a change to your tax account.

If we are closed the last day of the month, payments will be accepted the next business day the office is open.

If the account is paid and we get a reduction in value/an addition of an exemption, the taxpayer will be automatically refunded the value of the change.

Many taxpayers pay by December 31 for income tax purposes.

TAXPAYERS RESPONSIBILITY

As the owner of property it is your responsibility to make sure that all ownership and mailing address information is promptly and correctly recorded. If you have made any changes it is your responsibility to contact the county appraisal district. Tax offices mail bills to the addresses provided by the appraisal district. A Post Office “change of address” is not acceptable notification. It is also the taxpayer’s responsibility to apply for any exemptions and protest value by the due dates outlined by the appraisal district.

 

The tax office can not add and remove exemptions without a certified tax roll from the appraisal district. The tax office may get a tax roll once a month depending on the time of year. If the account is paid when the exemption is granted, this office will issue a refund to the owner of record. If the account is not paid, we will re-bill the owner of record for the unpaid tax with the exemption and any penalty & interest if applicable.

If you are a new owner of the property it is your responsibility to know which taxing authorities will tax your property and when taxes are due. It takes time for ownership records to be filed and recorded. It is the taxpayer’s responsibility to make sure they get a tax bill and that the taxes are paid on time.

TAXES PAID BY MORTGAGE OR TAX SERVICE

In the State of Texas all mortgage companiesand tax service providers are required to request the tax bill(s) annually, even if they had requested them in the past.

If the mortgage company requests the tax bill, the tax bill will be sent to the mortgage company. If you have received a tax bill that is to be paid by the mortgage company, write your loan number on the bill and forward it to your mortgage company’s loan escrow department.

We do not contact mortgage companies about delinquent taxes.All mortgage companies have 24/7 access to our website. They can use this website to download a statement and check the paid status of an account.

The mortgage company should provide the borrower an escrow statement at the end of each year detailing the taxes paid from the escrow account.

Who do I make my check payable to?
Please make checks payable to: Aldine ISD

Is there a drop box payment location for after tax office hours?
Yes. Located at the Resource Center on the northeast corner of the building. Please do not leave cash. Identify your payment with your account number, property address or name on the account

Where do I mail payments?
Mail payments with coupon/bottom portion of tax statement to:

P.O.Box203989
Houston, TX 77216-3989

IMPORTANT INFORMATION: The coupon/bottom portion of tax statement MUST be included with your payment to avoid a delay of posting payment.

Can I pay my taxes by credit card or echeck?
Yes. Payments can be made by phone or online. Please note that if you choose to pay by credit card or echeck aconvenience fee will be charged. Aldine ISD receives no portion of this fee.

Please see our “Payment Options”link.

What if my mortgage company is supposed to pay my taxes?
A bill will be sent to both the property owner and the mortgage company if they requested it before we print and mail the bills. If you are not sure if your mortgage compnany received a bill, write your mortgage loan number on the bill and forward it to their escrow department. Any mortgage company can print a tax bill from this website.

Can I pay my taxes by phone?
Yes, you may pay via phone with a credit card or check. Please note that aconvenience feewill be charged. Aldine ISD receives not portion of this fee.

Please see our “Payment Options” link.

How do you determine the appraised value of my property?
The Aldine ISD Tax Office does not appraise property. This is done by HCAD. Contact HCAD for dispute resolution at 713.957.7800. HCAD is the only authority to charge the appraised value of properties within the Aldine ISD boundaries.

Can I set up an installment agreement to pay delinquent taxes?
Yes, if you qualify. An installment agreement may be set up to pay off delinquent years due. Contact our office at 281.985.6455 for additional information. 

You canview our installment agreement policy in the “Forms”link

Why do I have to pay taxes if I do not have children in school?
The Texas Property Tax Code requires school taxes to be assessed to everyone who owns property within the district’s boundaries. Property taxes are based on the value of your property. Property values are determined by HCAD.

What are exemptions? What are the types of exemptions?
Exemptions reduce the taxable value of your property. This lowers you tax amount. Some of these exemptions are: 

Residence Homestead – $25,000 – available for all home owners on their residence as long as they lived there on January 1st of the tax year.

Over65 – $20,000- Can be taken in addition to the Residence Homestead Exemption. Homeowners over the age of 65 may also arrange for a Tax Affidavit Deferral. You may choose to defer the collection of taxes if you own and occupy your residence and taxes are delinquent; however, a tax lien remains on the property and interest of 8% a year continues to accrue. 

Disabled Homestead – $20,000 – Can be taken in addition to the Residence Homestead Exemption; available to those who qualify according to specific guidelines. If you qualify for disability benefits under the Federal Old Age, Survivors and Disability Insurance Program administered by the Social Security Administration, you will qualify for Disabled Homestead Exemptions.

If you qualify for both the Over-65 Exemption and the Disability Exemption, you must choose one. You cannot receive both.

Disabled Veteran/Survivor – You must be a Texas resident to receive this exemption. You also must have documents from either the Veteran’s Administration/ the appropriate branch of the armed forces showing the percentage of your service-related disability. Your disability rating must be at least 10 percent. This exemption ranges from $5,000 to $12,000 depending on the extent of the disability. This exemption can be taken on any property in Texas; it is not limited to the homestead property. However, you may pick only one property to receive the exemption. This exemption is in addition to your disability exemption.

Contact HCAD with any questions 713.957.7800

How do I get a Homestead, Over-65, or Disability exemption?
Call HCAD at 713.957.7800. They are the only authority to grant exemptions for all properties within the Aldine ISD boundaries. Also, you may obtain the necessary forms to file for these exemptions at the HCAD website.

I was told that when you turn 65 you do not have to pay school taxes, is this true?
No. When you turn 65 you get an additionalexemption that helps to lowerthe amount of tax that you pay and freezes the tax amount you pay, but it does not eliminate the tax. The county may offer a larger Over 65 exemption amount. In some cases if the exemption amount is greater than the property value there may not be a tax for that office.

Over-65 homeowners are also eligible to pay their current taxes in four equal installments. The first installment is due by January 31. The remaining three installments are due by March 31, May 31, and July 31. Payments not received by the due date will accrue penalties and interest.

I have elected to use the Over 65 or Disabled Persons Payment Option, but my mortgage company sent me a letter that I have unpaid taxes, what is going on?
Texas school districts offer taxpayers Over 65 / Disabled an option of paying their taxes in four installments. Some mortgage companies outside of Texas may not realize that many of our Over 65 / Disabled Persons use this payment option. This office does not contact any mortgage company regarding unpaid taxes. The mortgage company may have looked on-line and saw there was a balance still due on the account and assumed the taxes were unpaid. There was a letter mailed to you outlining the payment plan. Send the mortgage company a copy of this letter. This should be sufficient documentation of your payment schedule. They can visit our website to verify that you have a declining balance and that payments have been made.

I am disabled or over 65 and not able to pay my taxes. Is my property subject to be sold by the Aldine ISD Tax Office to pay for delinquent taxes?
Yes, unless you qualify your homestead for a Tax Deferral. However, your tax liability is only postponed and not canceled. Your delinquent taxes will continue to accrue at the rate of 8% per year once the deferral is granted. If a lawsuit has already been filed to collect delinquent taxes, you will need to file a Tax Deferral Affidavit. Contact HCAD to file for the tax deferral at 713.812.5800.

I want to transfer my Over 65 Exemption from another house in Texas to one in your school district, what should I do?
Begin by applying for the Over 65 Homestead Exemption with the county appraisal district you will be living. Ask them at what location(s) you need to submit your original “Tax Ceiling Transfer Certificate”. You can get this certificate from the county appraisal district you are moving from.

When are tax bills mailed and when are payments due?
Tax bills are usually mailed by Thanksgiving. All taxes are due upon receipt. Any payments made before January 31 are without penalty and interest. Taxes become delinquent on February 1.

What if I mail my taxes and they get there after the due date?
This officehonors the postmarks of the US Postal Service. We are required to collect the amount due on the date of the postmark. If your check is dated January 31, but your postmark is dated February 12, we are required to collect the amount for February. May we suggest that you mail your payment in advance to ensure proper postmarks?See our “Payment Options” section for additional payment information.

My tax bill does not show my exemption(s), what should I do?
Contact HCAD to get the exemption added to the property. You can only qualify for a homestead exemption if you own and live in your home on January 1 of that tax year. If you move in any time after that date you will not qualify until next January. Taxes are always dueupon receipt and become delinquent February 1.We will never suggest that a property owner wait for an exemption to pay the taxes. You do not want any savings from the exemption to be used towards penalty and interest due to late payment. When we are notified of the exemption you will get a refund if the tax has already been paid.If not paid will get a bill on the unpaid tax with the exemption and any penalty and interest if applicable.

I did not receive a tax bill in the mail. Why do I have to pay penalty and interest?
As a property owner, you are responsible for making sure that the taxes are paid on time. The statements are mailed and taxes are due at the same time each year. You do not need a statement to make payment; just write your account number on your check with the correct amount.

Texas PropertyTax Code Sec 31.01 states that failure to receive a bill does not change the due date nor waive the penalty and interest. It is the property owner’s responsibility to know when taxes are due.

How do I get the name and address changed on my property?
The only authority to change ownership records and mailing addresses (this includes miss-spellings) isHCAD, not the tax office. Contact HCAD 713.957.7800.

This is not my property or I no longer own the property, what should I do?
The tax office can not change any ownership records. The current owner of the property (owner’s agent) is responsible for making sure the ownership and mailing information is recorded with HCAD shortly after acquiring the property. If you are concerned that this may not have been done you can contact the HCAD yourself 713.957.7800.

What happens if I do not pay my taxes?
Legal action will be taken against you to collect on taxes due. That action may result in the sale of your property. If you owe delinquent taxes you should contact this office immediately at 281.985.6455.

I am the new owner and did not own this property the entire year. Why am I responsible for the entire year’s taxes?
At closing, the property taxes should have been disclosed to you on your closing statement. Check your closing statement as to the disposition of funds due you for the previous owner’s portion of the tax. This disclosure serves as notification of the property tax obligation, making the new property owner aware and responsible for the entire tax bill. The school district does not prorate taxes. Any proration of taxes should have taken place at closing.

Why am I getting a delinquent tax bill on a property I just purchased?
The tax laws require that tax office’s mail delinquent tax bills to the current owner of the real estate. Because a tax lien exists against that parcel, it is in the current owner’s best interest to have knowledge of that lien. In the State of Texas the taxes follow the property. You should check with your title company as to the disposition of unpaid taxes due at the time of your closing. There may have been funds allocated at closing to settle these taxes.

I received a bill for personal property taxes, but I do not own any real estate; I just lease it for my business. Why am I receiving a bill on property I do not own? Shouldn’t the property owner be paying this?
All businesses are taxed on their personal property, such as furniture, fixtures, machinery, equipment, inventory, and vehicles. Most likely, the bill you received is for business personal property and not for the real estate itself. The real estate is taxed separately and the tax statement is sent to the property owner.

I received a tax bill, but I am just renting the property for my business?
All businesses are taxed on their personal property, such as furniture, fixtures, machinery, equipment, inventory and vehicles used to generate income. Most likely, the tax bill that you received is for your business personal property and not for the real estate itself. The real estate is taxed separately and the tax bill sent to the property owner. Questions about personal property should be directed to HCAD 713.957.7800.

I closed my business. Why am I receiving a tax bill?
You will be liable for taxes on the personal property that you owned on January 1. You are not relieved of the taxes because you no longer own the property. It is important that you contact HCAD if you have changed locations/no longer own the business. If you do not contact them, your account may remain on the tax roll and can be assessed taxes in the future.

I was charged a Late Rendition, what is this?
Chapter 22, Texas Tax Code, requires owners of business personal property to file a rendition describing the property with the chief appraiser by April 15 of each year and also prescribes the penalty for failure to comply. The rendition penalty is a penalty created by the Texas Legislature on those businesses failing to file their business personal property rendition, also filing their rendition late, to their County Appraisal District. The rendition penalty is generally equal to 10% of the amount of property taxes ultimately imposed on the property.

How do I get this Late Rendition Penalty removed?
You must contact HCAD. The tax office does not have any authority over this matter.

If I do not pay the Late Rendition Penalty, what happens?
You will be subject to civil action for collection in the courts.

How do I get a tax certificate and is there a fee?
You can get a tax certificate from our office for a fee of $10.00 (cash). Tax certificates need to be requested in writing. The wait time for a tax certificate is usually7-10 business days per certificate. You will be called when the tax certificate is ready to be printed. We do not prepare tax certificates in advance. Our system requires a payment source before we can generate a tax certificate. Once wereceive the fee we will prepare the certificate. The wait time for a tax certificate is usually5-10minutes per certificate. Please allow additional wait time during December and January.

DISCLAIMER: The Aldine Independent School District Tax Office provides this World Wide Web (WWW) site information and services “as is” without warranty of any kind, either expressed or implied. While every effort is made to maintain up to date information, the Aldine ISD Tax Office does not warrant the accuracy, authority, completeness, usefulness, timeliness, or fitness for a particular purpose of its information or services. The Aldine ISD Tax Office, its officials and employees shall not be liable for any loss or injury caused in whole or part by its negligence, contingencies beyond its control, loss of data, or errors or omissions in the WWW site information or services.

Tax Office Mission Statement

  • Establish and communicate policies and procedures to all Stake Holders
  • Receive and deposit tax payments due to Aldine ISD and maintain our reporting systems
  • Actively promote and monitor appropriate State and Federal tax laws and regulations

Tax Office Vision Statement

It is the vision of the Tax Office staff to meet the needs of a diverse and dynamic community with quality performance and in a professional, courteous and service-oriented manner. Additionally, we aspire to play a leadership role in our part of the community.

DISCLAIMER: The Aldine Independent School Disict Tax Office provides this World Wide Web (WWW) site information and services “as is” without warranty of any kind, either expressed or implied. While every effort is made to maintain up to date information, the Aldine ISD Tax Office does not warrant the accuracy, authority, completeness, usefulness, timeliness, or fitness for a particular purpose of its information or services. The Aldine ISD Tax Office, its officials and employees shall not be liable for any loss or injury caused in whole or part by its negligence, contingencies beyond its conol, loss of data, or errors or omissions in the WWW site information or services.