The Appraisal District will allow public inside the foyer as of September 8, 2020 that can answer yes to ALL coronavirus questions. 


ALL paperwork still needs to be left in the drop box and any other business may still be handled by:

Drop box:          8 Huett Circle

                       Comanche, TX 76442

Phone:               325-356-5253

Fax:                   325-356-1363


We encourage you to use our website for property research, available forms, and other valuable information as we navigate this pandemic.

The appraisal process now transitions to the Discovery & Data Collection Phase.

From August to May, appraisers will be seen throughout the County as they are visiting new residential or commercial construction, reviewing, and updating characteristics of existing real property and business personal property accounts.

Appraisers drive a Company vehicle with signs and will have business cards identifying them as employees of the Comanche Central Appraisal District (CCAD).

Our top priority currently is to keep owners healthy while appraising properties.  Therefore, appraisers will limit contact & if you have questions, please contact the office using the methods above. 

Aerial imagery, digital field devices, and GIS analysis tools are utilized to assist in staff efficiency and ensure proper valuations and equitable results during this phase. This process requires collection and analysis of general, specific, and comparative data.  More information is available on these 3 types of data under press releases 8-27-2020. Please click Here to view the press release.

The CCAD is responsible for appraising 18,205 properties located within the 944 square miles or approximately 604,160 acres of Comanche County for 22 entities.  Some entities overlap into adjoining counties BUT only the portion in Comanche County is appraised by CCAD.  The CCAD is responsible for appraising property at a January 1 market value, and the taxing entities use the appraised value to adopt tax rates, calculate and issue bills and collect taxes.

Property inspection activities that are typical are measuring new or existing structures, translating the measurements into sketches, identifying, and recording relevant property characteristics, and taking a new picture when the structure has changed.

Appraisers may visit and inspect properties for various reasons, but the most common are to: measure recently constructed improvements (structures), measure additions to existing improvements (structures), or to confirm and correct any relevant data the district has about the property, such as quality and depreciation or agricultural land use.

Since the square footage of an improvement is an important element in the value, and physical measuring of improvements is the most common activity performed during property inspection, it is necessary to elaborate on the standards and techniques CCAD appraisers use.  The appraiser is required to measure, record, and sketch the dimensions of improvements observed on a property.  The sketch will later be uploaded to the Appraisal District’s software database.

It is the standard procedure of the CCAD to go to the front door and leave a business card and then start on one of the front corners of improvement with measurement from the outside of the structure and maintain a uniform standard.  If the improvement has more than 1 floor, the appraiser will make note of upper rooflines and windows, in an effort to depict an accurate sketch of the upper floors.  Since construction takes place year-round the appraiser may visit the property in the fall and then again after January 1st to determine the percent of completion on new improvements.

If the appraiser is inspecting a property with existing improvements on it, they will verify that all the segments listed on the property are actually there and may confirm actual measurements.  Anything that is new or not identified on the property will be measured and sketched to add to the property.  Similarly, anything that no longer exists will be noted and removed from the property.

On-site inspections are employed for ALL properties at least every 3 years, but appraisers may utilize aerial photographs along with existing property sketches for properties that do not respond to lock out letters.

Below is about a 4 minute informative video of Who are Appraisers and why is my property tax so high.


Who are appraisers & why is my property tax so high?

¿Quiénes son los tasadores y por qué es tan alto mi impuesto de mi propiedad?

A Homeowner’s Guide

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Welcome to Comanche Central Appraisal District!

Comanche Central Appraisal District is responsible for appraising all real and business personal property within Comanche County. The district appraises property according to the Texas Property Tax Code and the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practices (USPAP).

The mission of Comanche Central Appraisal District is to discover, list and appraise property as accurately, ethically and impartially as possible in order to estimate the market value of all property within the boundaries of the district for ad valorem tax purposes. Our goal is to provide our users with accurate, usable information to assist in easily finding any data regarding property taxes in Comanche County. If there is data you need that does not appear on our website, or if you have suggestions, we invite your input.

Comanche County Appraisal District is responsible for the fair market appraisal of properties within each of the following taxing entities: Comanche County, County Road, City of  Comanche, Comanche ISD, Hospital District, City of DeLeon, DeLeon ISD, City of Gustine,  Gustine ISD, Sidney ISD, Water District, Blanket ISD, Gorman ISD, Hamilton ISD, Lingleville ISD, Mullin ISD, Rising Star ISD, Zephyr ISD,  Dublin ISD, Hico ISD, May ISD, Priddy ISD.



Contact Information
Lobby: Mon - Fri 8:00 am - 4:30
Business: Mon - Fri 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Comanche Tax Office Information
Street Address:
101 West Central Ave.
Comanche, TX 76442
Comanche CAD Holidays
  • January 1, 2020 – New Year’s Day
  • January 20, 2020 – Martin Luther King Day
  • February 17, 2020 – President’s Day
  • April 10, 2020 – Good Friday
  • May 25, 2020 – Memorial Day
  • July 3, 2020 – Independence Day
  • September 7, 2020 – Labor Day
  • October 12, 2020 – Columbus Day
  • November 11, 2020 – Veterans Day
  • November 26 & 27, 2020 – Thanksgiving
  • December 23-25, 2020 – Christmas