The Hill County Tax Assessor/Collector is a constitutional officer mandated by the Texas constitution, elected by and directly responsible to the people. The Constitution of the State of Texas of 1845 originally established an elective office of Assessor and Collector of Taxes. Assessor-Collectors are elected to four year terms and are one of only two constitutionally mandated county-wide elected positions.
The Office of the Tax Assessor-Collector provides services for Property Tax Collection, Motor Vehicle Registration and Titling, Boat and Boat Motor Registration and Titling, Hotel/Motel Occupancy Tax collection and On-site Sewage Facility Permit Application fee collection.
The tax office is located on the first floor, west side of the Courthouse in downtown Hillsboro. Hubbard City Hall provides motor vehicle registration renewal service at 118 Magnolia Hubbard, Texas 76648.
|Krissi Hightower, PCC||Tax Assessor/Collector|
|Sarah Balderas, PCC||Chief Deputy Tax Collector|
|Brenna Grounds, PCC||Deputy Tax Collector – Title Specialist|
|Diane Ambriz||Deputy Tax Collector – Title Specialist|
|Liz Bolden||Deputy Tax Collector- Property Tax Specialist|
|Amber Perez||Deputy Tax Collector|
|Gloria Rodriguez||Deputy Tax Collector|
|Shady Price||Deputy Tax Collector|
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