FAQ Topic: Payments & Taxes

Can I pay my property taxes at City Hall?

Yes, every first Thursday of the month the Comanche County Tax Office sends and agent to City Hall to collect property tax payments. Call City Hall to verify date and hours. (254) 893-2065

How do I pay my ticket?

You can pay your ticket online here. For questions or alternate payment methods, you may contact the court at: Their Website (click here) P:(254) 893-6851 F: (254) 893-3254 scogburn@cityofdeleon.org P.O.Box 318/125 S Texas, De Leon TX 76444 In addition to your fines, by ordinance this court is required to charge an $1.25 credit card fee. … Continued

I got a ticket from the De Leon Police Department. What now?

You will need to appear before the Presiding Judge at the De Leon Municipal Court, before or at the time and date at the bottom of your ticket. Court is held at 10 am on Tuesdays and Fridays, (except for holiday closings) at 125 S Texas ST, De Leon TX 76444. If you fail to … Continued

Where would I file a complaint against another person?

For class c misdemeanors or code enforcement violations, the Municipal Court. Our prosecuting attorney will review the complaint and may press charges. The form may obtained at the Municipal Court’s offices, or click here for a downloadable copy. Do NOT sign it without the Clerk of the Court witnessing your signature, or it will not be … Continued

How do I dispute a ticket?

If you wish to contest your citation, you must first enter a plea with the court. If an agreement cannot be met, the defendant will be placed on a Pre-Trial conference with the City Prosecutor.   You may contact the court at: (254) 893-6851 or mail your request to: De Leon Municipal Court P O … Continued

How do I find out about delinquent property tax?

You will need to contact the Comanche County Tax Assessor-Collector – Grace Everhart at: Mail: Comanche County Tax Assesscor-Collector Grace Everhart 101 West Central Comanche, Texas 76442 Phone:  (325) 356-3101 Pay Your Taxes Online  

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