What exemptions are applicable towards The Woodlands Township tax?
The Woodlands Township Board of Directors adopted a resolution April 2010 establishing a $25,000 residential homestead exemption for individuals who are disabled or are sixty-five (65) years of age or older. The other applicable homestead exemption is the State-mandatory Veterans exemption which will vary from 25 percent to 100 percent depending on disability rating by the Veteran's Administration. Other exemptions provided apply to personal property and are also State-mandated exemptions: Lease vehicles not used for earnings, and the Freeport exemption (goods in transit).

The forms to apply for these exemptions can be requested at the appropriate Central Appraisal Districts. In Montgomery County, call 936-756-3354, Metro Line 936-441-2186, or visit the Montgomery Central Appraisal District website. If in Harris County, call 713-957-7800 or visit the Harris County Appraisal District website

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1. How can I find the most recent FAQs?
2. Could a newly incorporated city adopt a 65 and older or disabled tax freeze (also known as a tax ceiling)?
3. Will the 2007 legal agreement entered into by the Township to continue to enforce our covenants be binding on a future city, whether it be a General Law or Home Rule City?
4. I escrow taxes. How do I know if The Woodlands Township Property Tax has been paid?
5. When will The Woodlands become a city? Why are we not a city now?
6. When are the Township elections?
7. What is the current property tax rate?
8. What exemptions are applicable towards The Woodlands Township tax?
9. In the event of a sale of a home, would the seller be reimbursed of the tax for the remaining months of the year by the buyer?
10. Is The Woodlands, including the new village of Creekside Park, subject to annexation by Houston?
11. Does Harper’s Landing have representation in The Woodlands Township and the Village Associations?
12. Where can I learn more about Texas laws regarding municipal incorporation?