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>Online Property Tax Payments

Online property tax payment portal!  Search for your property by clicking the "Proeprty Search" tab, search for your property by account, name, address, etc., select the "Pay Taxes" tab at the top left hand side of your screen.  For more detailed instructions regarding online property tax payments please click here

 

>Check the Status of your Inspection

Do you need to check the status of your State Inspection?  Do you need a copy of your Vehicle Inspection Report (VIR)?  You will need your vehicle identification number (VIN).  Visit mytxcar.com 

>March 1, 2015 - Two Steps, One Sticker

Effective March 1, 2015, the state no longer issues vehicle inspection stickers and has moved to a “Two Steps, One Sticker” program. Under the new system, Texas vehicle owners will need to pass inspection prior to renewing their registration. The familiar blue-bordered Texas Department of Motor Vehicles (TxDMV) registration sticker will serve as proof of both inspection and registration.

During the first year of the program beginning March 1, 2015, all you will need to do is make sure you already have a valid passing vehicle inspection before you renew your registration in our office, online or by mail.

When vehicle owners renew their registration, the system will automatically verify whether the vehicle has a valid inspection. Without a passing inspection, the vehicle will not be eligible for registration renewal.

During the second year of the program, beginning March 1, 2016, vehicles’ inspection and registration expiration dates will align to the date that is on the registration sticker. Once the expiration dates are aligned in that second year, you will have a convenient 90-day window to pass inspection first and then renew your registration before the end of the month listed on your sticker.

The implementation of “Two Steps, One Sticker” is a result of House Bill 2305 which passed during the 83rd Legislative Session in 2013. The program is joint effort by the TxDMV, the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) and the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, in collaboration with the 254 county tax assessor-collector’s offices which process vehicle registrations and vehicle inspection stations across the state.

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