- None at this time
Interested in Property Information and Tax Information?
Check out the Tarrant County Appraisal District’s website.Landowners Bill of Rights (pdf). This document is subject to update and revision. Please check this site periodically for the most recent version of the Texas Landowner’s Bill of Rights.
- Permitting And Construction Manual
- ROW Permit Guide
- ROW Permit
- ROW Chapter
- Traffic Control Permit
- Utility Structure Permit
- Public Service Provider Registration
Frequently Asked Questions
What does Land Banking do?
Land Banking acquires all property rights for City projects. These project requirements range from several acres for a park site to a few square feet for an easement.
Does the City ever sell city-owned property?
Yes. When the City has surplus properties that are not going to be utilized for City facilities, they will be sold through a public bid process.
Does the City sell houses or land that have been foreclosed due to unpaid taxes?
No. Arlington Independent School District seizes and sells property because of unpaid taxes.
Does the City have vacant houses, offices, etc. for lease?
Can the City take my land without compensation?
No. The City has the right of eminent domain, which allows it to acquire needed land. Compensation is paid based on market value. However, dedication of easement rights can be required when a tract of land is platted or subdivided.
How does the City determine a value for my property?
The City hires independent fee appraisers to determine the value and/or uses comparable sales in the area.