Did Your Property Sustain Damage During the March 21 Tornado?

In a location declared a disaster area by the Governor, Tax Code Section 11.35 allows a qualified property that is at least 15 percent damaged by a disaster to receive a temporary exemption of a portion of the appraised value of the property. A property owner must apply for the temporary exemption. The deadline for the application is 105 days after the governor declares a disaster area.  Jack County was listed in the Disaster Declaration that was signed by Governor Abbott on March 22, 2022.  The deadline for filing the application for the exemption is July 5, 2022, but please apply as soon as possible.  An application is available on this website under the forms page to the right, or by clicking Here.


The Jack County Appraisal District appraises property for ad valorem taxation of these taxing authorities.

  • Jack County
  • Bryson Independent School District
  • Jacksboro Independent School District
  • Perrin-Whitt Consolidated ISD
  • City of Bryson
  • City of Jacksboro
  • Keechi Water Control District #1
  • Jack County HD
  • Jack County WCID #1

The duties of the appraisal district include:

Tax rates and ultimately the amount of taxes levied on property are determined by governing bodies of each of the taxing authorities.
Mineral, utility and industrial accounts are appraised for the district by Pritchard & Abbott, Inc. in Fort Worth, Texas.
Real estate and personal property accounts are appraised locally by the district.

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