Bexar County Tax Assessor-Collector, Albert Uresti

  1. OUR LOBBIES ARE NOW OPEN!   All persons wishing to conduct business in the Tax Assessor-Collector’s Office must have their temperature taken and cannot exceed 100 degrees, must answer COVID-19 related questions, and must wear a facial covering.  Due to limited seating, only two persons per transaction will be allowed in the building. 

    In an effort to reduce the need for in-person transactions, the state has temporarily waived deadlines for registration renewals, placard renewals, and title transfers.
    Please view locations for a private Vehicle Full-Service Title Company.

    Our phone center, commercial offices, and our Southside Drive-Thru continue to remain open. 


Albert Uresti reminds Homeowners that applying for a Residential Homestead Exemption is free with the Tax Office.  Beware of Companies charging a processing fee to apply for this exemption.

Albert Uresti, MPA Tax Assessor-Collector

  1. We are pleased to inform our citizens that all four of our Tax Offices continued to operate throughout the pandemic.  Our Southside Drive-Thru located at 3505 Pleasanton Rd. continues to be open for tax payments and vehicle registration renewals.  Title Transfers will not be processed in the Drive-Thru.  We encourage our citizens to use our online, telephone, and mail options available to them whenever possible.  Taxpayers can also drop off motor vehicle or property tax paperwork needing to be processed in our 24 hour drop-boxes at all four of our locations.  Our office hours are 8 am to 4:45 PM, Monday thru Friday, and until 6:30 PM on Wednesdays.  We appreciate your support!  Thank you and Be Safe! 

                 Albert Uresti, MPA, PCC


Mission Statement

"Working to Help Keep Families In Their Homes with an emphasis on helping our Senior Citizens, our Disabled, our Veterans, and ultimately our Children."


About Our Office

The Office of the Tax Assessor-Collector provides services for Property Tax Collections, Beer and Wine Permits, Motor Vehicle Registration and Titling functions.

The Bexar County Tax Office collects ad valorem property taxes for Bexar County, the Road and Flood Control Fund, and 57 other taxing entities.  This includes 24 municipalities, 12 school districts, and 21 special districts.  In 2018, the Bexar County Tax Office issued license plates/stickers for over 1.6 million vehicles, processed 491,927 title transfers, issued 30,349 handicap placards, and issued 3,739 beer & wine permits.  Over 4 billion dollars in Bexar County property taxes were collected and disbursed. Read more about our office...

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  1. Monday, November 30

  2. Friday, December 25

    1. Christmas Day County Offices will be closed in observance of Christmas.
  3. Sunday, January 31

    1. Last Day to Pay 2020 Tax Bill without Penalty and Interest January 31, 2021* is the last day to pay 2020 tax bill without penalty and interest. If an active la...
    2. 1st Quarter Payment Due 1st quarter-payment due by January 31, 2021 (date extended to the next business day).
  4. Wednesday, March 31

    1. 2nd Quarter Payment Due 2nd quarter-payment due by March 31, 2021.
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  1. Reminder: The Tax Assessor-Collector does not set or raise property values or tax rates; we only collect taxes on behalf of the taxing jurisdictions.  The Bexar County Appraisal District (BCAD) sets property values and is a separate organization from the Bexar County Tax Assessor-Collector's office.  For more information on property values, call BCAD at 210-242-2432.