The Tax Office address is 420 S. Greenville Ave., Richardson TX 75081. From Central Expressway, go east on Beltline Road, to the second red light, Greenville Ave, and turn right. Go past the red light at Polk and turn right, into the RISD parking lot. The Tax Office is to the left, in the one story Annex Building, just to the left of the Arzell Ball Center. We have a drop box for payments, located just to the left of the entrance to our building.
Richardson ISD Tax Office:
420 S. Greenville Ave.
Richardson TX 75081
Regular office hours are Mon-Thu, 8:00am-4:00pm and Fri, 8:00am-3:30pm. Office hours are subject to change due to holiday and seasonal schedules.
The Tax Office will be closed every Friday in June and July and office hours will fluctuate during this same time. Please call if you plan to visit the Tax Office to make sure you are aware of the office hours on the day you plan to visit.
Payments may be made in person at the Tax Office during our office hours or mailed to the address listed above. There is also a drop box available for payments. The drop box is located just to the left of the door to the Tax Office. Please make your checks payable to RISD. If you owe delinquent taxes on prior years and would like to set up a payment plan, you may contact our law firm at metro 817-461-3344.
If you need any type of paid receipt, signed affidavit, etc. returned to you, you must provide a stamped self-addressed envelope
The Dallas Central Appraisal District furnishes the tax roll to RISD. The tax roll contains value information, owner name, mailing address and exemptions granted. If you have a question regarding any of this information, please contact DCAD at 214-631-0910 or at www.dallascad.org.
About Your Tax Statement
The 2020 tax statements were mailed in October 2020. If you have an escrow with your lender, the lender should request the tax statement for payment. All other statements will be sent to the property owner. If you would like a copy of your tax statement, you may print one off this website (see above). You may also call our office and we can mail, email or fax a tax statement to you. If you receive a tax statement and you have an escrow with your lender, please contact your lender.
The 2020 tax statement covers taxes from January 1, 2020 through December 31, 2020. The 2020 taxes are delinquent and penalty and interest are due. Any Business Personal Property taxes that remain delinquent on April 1 of the year in which they become delinquent incur an additional penalty to defray cost. Any Real Property taxes that remain delinquent on July 1 of the year in which they become delinquent incur an additional penalty to defray cost. The amount of the penalty will be 20% of the amount of taxes, penalty and interest due.
All applications for exemptions may be obtained from the Dallas Central Appraisal District by calling 214-631-0910 or online at their website www.dallascad.org. You may apply for various exemptions: homestead, over-65, disability, disabled veteran, etc. Please contact them for information.