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Tax Assessor-Collector

Edward Miller
Tax Assessor-Collector

First Floor, County Courthouse
225 South Main Street
Albany, TX 76430

Mailing Address:
PO Box 2620
Albany, TX 76430

Phone: 325-762-9420
Fax: 325-762-9421

T.A.C. Chief Deputy, Belinda Perez
Email: belinda.perez@shackelfordcounty.org

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Beginning on July 1, 2019 to receive a 9-1-1 address in Shackelford County, you will need to contact West Central Texas Council of Government in Abilene, Texas by fax or email.
West Central Texas Council of Governments 9-1-1 Addressing Information Sheet
    • Vehicle Registration
    • Handicap Placards
    • Voter Registration and Local Voting Information
    • 911 Emergency Addresses

    Visit the TX DMV to order specialty license plates and for other services not available locally. (Link will open in a new window.)

    For forms, title transfers and license plates visit TXDMV.gov

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  • Voter’s Register: 325-762-9420

    • Application to Register
    • Change of Address
    • To be removed from the List in Albany
    • Questions on Voting Precincts

    Election: Belinda Perez – 325-762-9420
    Email: belinda.perez@shackelfordcounty.org

    • Election Results
    • Questions about the Election Forms

    Click Here to register online to Vote, check the status of your voter registration or find out when and where to vote. (Link will open a new window.)


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Description of Office

~ From Texas Association of Counties ~

Because of the wide range of responsibilities performed by the assessor-collector, most citizens deal with this county official more frequently than any other office.

The major tax duty of the assessor-collector, who collects property taxes, is the assessment (calculation) of taxes on each property in the county and collection of that tax as established by the Constitution and the State Property Tax Code. In addition, as an agent of the Texas Department of Transportation, the assessor-collector is responsible for the registration and licensing of motor vehicles owned by residents of the county.

Another duty of the county tax assessor-collector is that of voter registrar. In most Texas counties, a person would register to vote through the office of county tax assessor-collector. In a few counties, the commissioners court has designated the county clerk or an elections administrator to provide this function. The county tax office voter registration responsibilities include accepting applications for voter registration, issuing voter certificates, maintaining voter registration lists, verifying petitions for local option elections and submitting required reports to the Secretary of State’s Office.

The county tax assessor-collector is also responsible for the collections of special fees imposed by the county and state on coin-operated vending machines, alcoholic beverage permits and registration and titling boats.