Denton County DCAD map

This map shows Denton County officials’ representation of the 60 taxing entities in the Denton Central Appraisal District that have filed resolutions to disapprove of DCAD's 2023 budget. Cities and school districts shown in red have already filed their resolutions, while bodies in yellow have pending resolutions. Officials presented this map at the county commissioners’ Tuesday morning meeting. 

In what Denton County commissioners called “a sad day” for the county, the Denton Central Appraisal District’s 2023 budget will almost certainly be voided through disapproval resolutions, with 30 of DCAD’s 60 taxing entities having issued resolutions and more soon to follow.

With frustration building over DCAD’s leadership and practices, over half of the 60 bodies served by the district are arming themselves with Section 6.06(b) of the Texas Property Tax Code, which states that if a majority of an appraisal district’s taxing entities file disapproval resolutions within 30 days of the budget being passed, then the budget wouldn’t take effect and a new one would need to be adopted.

This map shows Denton County officials’ representation of the 60 taxing entities in the Denton Central Appraisal District that have filed resolutions to disapprove of DCAD's 2023 budget. Cities and school districts shown in red have already filed their resolutions, while bodies in yellow have pending resolutions. Officials presented this map at the county commissioners’ Tuesday morning meeting.
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Denton County Judge Andy Eads discusses his grievances with the Denton Central Appraisal District during Tuesday’s Commissioners Court meeting.

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