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Tax Assessor-Collector Pablo “Paul” Villarreal Jr. urges Hidalgo County residents to pay their outstanding property taxes, if they haven’t already. According to Villarreal, pursuant to Section 33.07 of the Property Tax Code, all 2013 taxes, penalty and interest that remain unpaid as of July 1, 2014, will incur an additional 15 to 20 percent in attorney fees, depending upon the policy adopted by each respective taxing jurisdiction, to help defray the cost of collections.
To avoid paying the additional attorney fees, residents must pay their 2013 taxes before July 1, 2014. If County residents own property and have not received a statement, they are instructed to call the Hidalgo County Tax Office immediately. Failure to receive a statement does not affect the validity of penalties and interest, nor attorney fees.
Call or visit in person at any office location:Hidalgo County Tax Office - Main Office2804 S. Bus Hwy 281 Edinburg956-318-2157
Mission Sub-Station Pct. 3 Administration Complex722 Breyfogle Rd. Palmview956-205-7050
San Juan Sub-Station Pct. 2 Multi-Purpose Center509 E. Earling Rd. San Juan956-283-1645
Weslaco Sub-Station Pct. 1 Administration Complex1902 Joe Stephens Dr. Ste. 201Weslaco956-973-7825
Alamo Sub-Station Pct. 2 Multi-Purpose Center1429 S. Tower Rd. Alamo956-784-8688
Pharr Sub-Station Pct. 2 Administration Complex300 W. Hall Acres Rd., Ste. C Pharr956-784-3555
Additional tax information is available at the Hidalgo County Tax Office website at www.hidalgocountytax.org.