Automobile Appointments are only required for Title Transfers and New Residents.
There are more than 16,280 subdivisions and surveys in our database. Please choose a number or letter that matches the first number or
letter in the name of the subdivision or survey you are researching for the preferred file format.
Properties located within the City of Houston, contact:
City of Houston Neighborhood Protection
Telephone number: 311
E-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Track your service request: http://hfdapp.houstontx.gov/311/
Properties located within Harris County, but not the City of Houston, contact:
Harris County Public Health (HCPH)
Telephone number: 713-439-6000
The payment status of the account will be investigated and, if appropriate, a lawsuit may be filed to collect the delinquent tax. If the tax is not paid, the property may be posted for sale at a public auction conducted by the Constable and you will then be able to bid on the property.
You may also wish to visit any of the following sites for more information regarding Tax Sales:
After months of studies, public hearings, surveys, planning, and approvals, Harris County Project Recovery is starting a program rollout.
Home repair, elevation, relocation and reimbursement costs are among the array of assistance soon to be offered to Harris County residents living outside the City of Houston, but inside other small cities and unincorporated Harris County.
At the Project Recovery website, you may register through a pre-application process, sign up for program updates, and find out where to call or email for answers to specific questions.
Those who qualify will be moved to an application process where they will receive a password and individual counseling to keep the process moving.
A breakdown of the proposed expenditures is as follows:
For more information, visit the Project Recovery Website.