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*** NOTICE ***

Texas Homeowner Assistance Fund Program

The TX-HAF Program is administered by the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs. Funds for the program come from the U.S. Department of Treasury, established under the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021.  The Program provides assistance to eligible homeowners in the form of Reinstatement of delinquent payments, inclusive of Property Charges such as Taxes and Homeowner's Association (HOA) fees.  Download the form to get started.


Notice about 2020 Property Tax Rates for Atascosa County

Something New to Help You!


We now have a DROP BOX on the FRONT PORCH!!

We will mail your tax receipt or registration sticker to you!

Sorry, NO TITLES in the Drop Box.

County Tax Assessor-Collector
Loretta Holley


1001 Oak St.
Jourdanton, TX 78026


Phone: 830-769-3142 or 830-769-3842
Fax: 830-769-2115

Chief Deputy, Laura Robles, PCC
Head of Motor Vehicle Department

Chief Deputy, Veronica Casias, PCC
Head of Property Tax Department

Assistant Chief Deputy, Crystal Myers


The Atascosa County Tax Office in Jourdanton now has a drive-thru window!

At this time, it will be open from 8:00 am-12:00 pm. It will be for simple vehicle registration and tax payments.  No title work.  We believe this will help the citizens of Atascosa since the office itself opens at 9 am.

*Motor Vehicle Department*

  • Visit Txdmv.gov
  • Click on "Renew your registration"
  • Then "Renew Your Registration Online"


If you have your renewal form you can purchase it at HEB if it is not expired or "farm".

  • Pay Property Taxes Online at: Trueautomation.com
    1. Click on Property Search
    2. Choose Atascosa Tax

    Or you may pay online at: Certifiedpayments.net (with Bureau Code: 8123472)

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You can also purchase motor vehicle registrations online at: www.texas.gov as well as the H.E.B in Pleasanton and Lytle.
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