**November 4, 2020: Due to COVID, the Springtown OFFICE IS CURRENTLY CLOSED. tHE OFFICE WILL OPEN ON mONDAY, nOVEMBER 9, 2020. tHE WEATHERFORD AND WILLOW pARK OFFICEs are OPEN AS USUAL.**
The Tax Assessor-Collector strictly handles Auto Registration in Parker County. She does not appraise properties. Property appraisals and assessments come from the Parker County Appraisal District.
We recognize the impact and uncertainty that COVID-19 is creating in our community. We place the well-being of our employees and the public above everything else. We are highly encouraging that if you are experiencing any symptom of illness that you stay home and utilize our online services, mail services or drop box service.
Governor Abbott signed a proclamation that directly affects some of the services we provide. The proclamation grants a temporary extension to obtain initial registration, renewal of registration, titling and renewal of a permanent disabled parking placard. Governor Abbott also granted a temporary extension for an individual with an expired 30-day temporary permit to obtain another permit or Texas registration. The purpose of the waiver is to prevent customers from having to physically visit a county tax assessor-collector office to obtain initial registration or a 30-day temporary permit, obtain a title, or to renew registration or a permanent disabled parking placard. Customers may continue to renew their registration online at https://renew.txdmv.gov/Renew/RegistrationRenewalServlet . This waiver will remain in effect until 60 days after TxDMV notifies the public normal services have resumed.
All three Auto Registration locations are open to the public. Please note the number of customers allowed into the office is limited to maintain social distancing requirements. We are not processing Texas Parks and Wildlife transactions at this time. You can contact TPWD at 817-831-3128. During this challenging time, we ask for your support and cooperation in helping keep our citizens, employees and workplace healthy as we navigate this current health threat while delivering essential services to our citizens.
Jenny Gentry, Parker County Tax Assessor Collector
Duties & Responsibilities
The residents of Parker County usually visit the Tax Assessor-Collector’s office more frequently than any other branch of county government. As an agent for the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles, the Tax Assessor-Collector’s office provides vehicle registration and title transaction services for the residents of the county. The office also provides Boat Registrations; Beer, Wine and Liquor Permits/Licenses; Special Inventory Tax Collections.
Forms of Payment
Checks with valid id.
Visa or MasterCard. Fee for using a Visa or MasterCard is 3.85% per transaction.
One Sticker For Registration And Inspection -Two Steps One Sticker
Information concerning registration fees, vehicle sales tax, title information, address changes, vehicle forms, and to order specialty plates are available on the DMV’s website: http://www.txdmv.gov
Special Inventory Tax Collection:
- Dealers Motor Vehicle Inventory Declaration
- Dealers Motor Vehicle Inventory Tax Statement
- Dealers Heavy Equipment Inventory Declaration
- Dealers Heavy Equipment Inventory Tax Statement
Boat and Boat Motor Titles and Registration:
http://www.tpwd.state.tx.us or call TPWD at 817-831-3128
- Dealers Vessel and Outboard Motor Inventory Declaration
- Dealers Vessel and Outboard Motor Inventory Tax Statement
Beer, Wine and Liquor Permits / Licenses:
Drivers License Information and Department of Public Safety:
http://www.txdps.state.tx.us or for Parker County DPS call 817-599-8463
Property Tax Information:
http://www.parkercad.org or call 817-596-0077
Child Safety Fee (Section 502.403):
To fund programs designed to enhance child safety, health, or nutrition, including child abuse intervention and prevention and drug and alcohol abuse prevention. If your Agency is qualified to apply please download attached packet for submission.