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Tax Assessor/Collector

Head shot of Larry Gaddes Tax Assessor Collector of Williamson CountyLarry Gaddes is a sixth generation Texan that served Williamson County residents for over ten years before taking office as the Williamson County Tax Assessor/Collector in January of 2017. 

He is proud to be one of only nine Tax Assessor/Collectors in the State of Texas that has earned the designation of CTA (Certified Tax Administrator). 

In addition to his experience in the tax profession, Larry served in leadership roles throughout Central Texas with a respected local business.  He earned his Bachelor of Business Administration with a Major in Management from Texas State University in San Marcos and is honored to serve on the Board of Directors of the Texas State Alumni Association. Go Bobcats! 

Larry is committed to finding efficient, effective solutions to the issues caused by the explosive growth of the county.  He is driven to provide the citizens of Williamson County the highest level of customer service, professionalism and innovation and draws on his balanced experience in both the public and private sectors.

 
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Proposed Property Tax Information for 2020 Postcard

For the first time, tax payers will get all the tax information that pertains to their property on one site, williamsonpropertytaxes.org. This includes the property value, proposed rates, entity contact information, and public hearing specifics. The site serves as a hub for property owners to also provide feedback to the taxing entities directly. This one-stop-shop was created after the passing of Senate Bill 2, which aims to make the process more transparent and easier for tax payers to follow. The data on the website was provided by the Williamson County Tax Assessor Collector’s office and the Williamson Central Appraisal District.


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Where does your Property Tax money go?