Welcome to the Llano Central Appraisal District

Llano Central Appraisal District is a political subdivision of the State of Texas that is responsible for appraising property for the purpose of property tax assessment on behalf of the 15 local governing bodies in Llano County.  Our duties include establishing and maintaining accurate property values for all real and business personal property. The Texas Property Tax Code is the primary source of law and guidance for the Texas property tax system.

Our mission is to professionally and respectfully serve the public of Llano County by providing accurate property assessments to facilitate the local funding for our schools, county, cities and other special districts that primarily derive their budgets from local property taxes.

Flooding Information

Per the Llano County Office of Emergency Management:

“*REPORT YOUR DAMAGES*

A survey was created to aid the Office of Emergency Management as they assess/identify damages and needs within our community. Reporting damage to Emergency Management is a voluntary activity and is not a substitute for reporting damage to your insurance agency nor does it guarantee disaster relief assistance. However, your participation in this survey will greatly benefit our community moving forward.

Please share with your family, friends and neighbors!”

https://arcg.is/1riy9G

 

From the City of Horseshoe Bay Police Department:

“Texas Parks and Wildlife also has an online database to help locate the owners of misplaced recreation vehicles following the flood. You can find the owners name and address by searching the vehicle registration number (the numbers on the side following the TX).”

https://data.texas.gov/Recreation/Texas-Boat-Owners/7rtb-7kuz

FAQ About Llano County Flooding Separating Your Debris
 

Disaster Flooding Update

Over the past few weeks, many areas of the Hill Country, West Texas and South Texas have been devastated by widespread flooding and heavy rainfall.  Altogether, Governor Abbott put forward a updated disaster declaration for 54 counties within Texas this past Friday, October 19.  That declaration included several of the 12 counties comprising House District 53 — Bandera, Edwards, Kerr, Kimble, Llano, Mason and Real Counties.

In response to torrential rains and near record-level flooding, our State Operations Center increased to Readiness Level III and remains there today.  This opened the door for increased aid from state agencies and placed key emergency assistance organizations on alert.  Throughout this process, I have been in communication with both the Texas Department of Emergency Management and Governor Abbott to share the specific needs of our communities in search and rescue, disaster response and rebuilding efforts.  On the ground right now in affected areas we have Texas National Guard personnel, Game Wardens, Military Rangers, members of the TX-Task Force 1, and Department of Public Safety officials, among others.  As of this morning there has been 114 rescue operations and 98 evacuations conducted by boat, helicopter or trained swift water swimmers since this series of flood events began in our region.  Other state agencies continue to closely monitor their respective areas of expertise, including Texas Department of Transportation reviewing road conditions, Texas Department of State Health Services working with Response Managers in Public Health Regions, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality monitoring drinking water quality and debris removal, and HHSC Emergency and Risk Management professionals who have been providing resources like potable water and ice to various locations.

Looking ahead, many of our communities are not out of immediate danger.  Rainfall is going to continue over the next week and this will likely mean that areas that have flooded recently may flood again.  Floodgate operations are currently underway for affected dams and reservoirs and the soil in many areas remains saturated.  Please take due care over the days and week to come.  If in danger, please contact local law enforcement immediately and call 9-1-1 to request rescue or evacuation.  Remember that although it may not be raining where you are, flash floods from upriver may be possible.  Please also continue to check out road conditions in your area.  Downed power lines, trees and washed out roads are all realities and TxDOT is still monitoring where roads are unsafe.  If you are not sure, please visit HERE to find our about specific roads in your community.

The past few weeks have been difficult for many and devastating for some.  I am committed to doing everything in my power to continue to get state resources where they need to be for our rural communities.  Please continue to pay close attention to your local officials and emergency management authorities to learn what you can do to prepare for continued bad weather and to assist friends and neighbors struggling to recover.