Don't know where to look? Check our
Q: I'd like to find maps of
precincts related to Denton County.
for commissioner, congressional, senatorial and other maps. Visit
GIS site for map requests.
Q: What are the road conditions
like in Denton County?
to visit the Texas DOT Road Conditions site. This site shows
construction and road closing information.
Q: Where do I find information
on child support?
A: Child support that is ordered in Denton County is handled by the District
Although some older child support accounts are still processed by the District Clerk’s office, payments for child support orders dating from 1994 to present are court ordered to be sent to and processed by the Texas Child Support Disbursement Unit. The phone number is 1-800-252-8014.
Q: Where do I find
information of voting?
A: Voting and elections are handled by the Elections
Q: Are there any
openings at this time?
A: All employment opportunities and related information about
jobs will be found through Human
Q: Where do I go to pay my
A: That depends on where you got the ticket and who gave it to you; the
location for payment should be written on the ticket. If you have lost
your ticket but remember its color, you may be able to determine where you
should go. pink tickets are issued by the city; you can call (940)
349-8331. Blue or green tickets will go to the
of the Peace in the precinct it was issued.
Q: How are properties taxed and appraised?
Denton Central Appraisal District identifies property to be taxed,
determines its appraised value, whether to grant exemptions, the taxable
owner and address, and which taxing jurisdictions may tax the property.
For information on values, to file for an exemption, or to report changes
in ownership or address, please call the Appraisal District (940)349-3800
or metro (972) 434-2602. The Appraisal District mailing address is P.O. Box
2816; Denton, TX 76202. The Appraisal District office is located at 3911
Morse St. in Denton. You can also
for properties on the Appraisal District's site.
Q: I want to find a branch
office in my city. How can I find out where the Denton County
offices in my city are?
A: Visit the Departments By Location
Q: When should property taxes be paid?
A: Most questions about property taxes
can be found at the Office
of Tax Assessor / Collector. Specific information on exemptions, partial payments, payment dates and delinquent payments
are addressed at the Property Tax
to Commonly Asked Questions section.
Q: I would like to protest against some
portion of my tax status or payment.
A: Information about protesting and appealing tax matters can be found at
of Tax Assessor / Collector
Tax Protest and Appeal Procedures page.
Q: What are the tax rates
in Denton County and what entities does Denton County collect for?
A: That information can be found at the
assessor Tax Rates page.
Q: Does Denton County have
any kind of tax foreclosure sales?
A: Yes. All sales are handled by the Sheriff's department.
be found at the Sheriff
Tax Sales page.
Q: Where do I go to get
drivers license information?
A: You can find out about Drivers Licensing at the Department
of Public Safety. If you are new to the State of Texas, you might
want to visit the
Texas Resident Information page
Q: Where do I find
information on car tag registrations?
A: Information on vehicle registration will be found at Office
of Tax Assessor / Collector Vehicle
Registration page. You can register your car on-line.
Denton County have District Clerk local rules on its site?
A: They are located on the District Clerk's site on the
of the Court page.
Q: How do I search the
Denton County Judicial Records?
A: That information can be accessed at the Judicial
Records Search site.
I would like to know if there are sex offenders living in my area. How can I
A: Just visit the Sheriff's
Site where you can check by ZIP code.
Individuals that have registered with the Denton County Sheriff's Office
are listed on our web site. Information on registered sex
offenders residing within a city should be directed to the police
department of that city or to the Texas Department of Public
If you are a Denton resident and cannot find what you're looking for on
the Denton County Sex Offender listing, click
for the City of Denton's sex offender list. You can also visit our
site for additional sex offender links.
How do I get to different county buildings?
A: See our driving
instructions for the different buildings.
Q: I need a list of the libraries
that are in Denton County.
A: Check out our Libraries
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