Tax Assessor Collector
Ruben P. Gonzalez
Texas Deparment of Motor Vehicles
Texas Department of Public Safety
El Paso Central Appraisal District
City of El Paso
Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts
Delinquent Tax/Collectors Firm
Welcome to the Tax Office Website!
United States (U.S.) Army Plate Redesigned
At the request of the U.S. Army, the Texas Department of Motor Vehicle (TxDMV) recently redesigned all U.S. Army license plates, which include the Disabled Veteran U.S. Army; Honorably Discharged U.S. Army; Retired U.S. Army; and U.S. Army license plates. All U.S. Army license plate designs were changed by replacing the Army seal with the Army star emblem.
|Army Emblem Used on Old Plate Designs||New Plate Designs|
The U.S. Army license plate(s) currently displayed on your vehicle need to be replaced with the redesigned U.S. Army license plate(s). Beginning January 1, 2019, the TxDMV will begin the replacement process. Replacement license plate(s) will be mailed to you a few weeks after you renew your vehicle registration, at no additional charge. Your license plate number will not change.
Please remove the old license plate(s) from your vehicle upon receipt of the new license plate(s). Please deface the old license plates in a manner that renders them unusable by others or return the old plate(s) to your County Tax Assessor-Collector office for destruction.
Please contact TxDMV Special Plates Unit staff at (512) 374-5010 if you have any questions.
New Law Regarding Certified Copies of Title (CCO)
On January 1, 2019, a new law related to Certified Copies of Title (CCOs) will take effect. Senate Bill 2076 passed by the 85th Legislature amended Transportation Code, Section 501.134(d), to provide that a lawfully obtained CCO supersedes and invalidates any previously issued title or certified copy.
This change will become effective in the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles system at the start of business on December 31, 2018.
Texas Dealers who take vehicles in on trade should be particularly aware of this change.
2018 Property Tax Collection Season
All six County Tax Offices are now accepting property tax payments through January 31, 2019.
El Paso County Tax Office Closures
January 21, 2019 - Martin Luther King Day
February 18, 2019 - President's Day
April 1, 2019 - Cesar Chavez Day (Observed)
April 19, 2019 - Good Friday
When buying a vehicle avoid any unwanted surprises. It is advisable that you research the vehicle first.
- For a small fee and security of mind, check status of title
Affidavit of Fact for a Lien Over Ten Years Old
Use this form if the vehicle lien holder is no longer in business
Affidavit of Fact
Use this form to correct or clarify any errors made on a vehicle title
Delinquent Vehicle Registration Statement
Use this form when registering a vehicle that has an expired registration sticker. This is to affirm you have not operated nor received a citation for operating the vehicle with an expired sticker.
Employee Complaint Form
Use this form if you wish to file a formal complaint.
Employee Compliment Form
Use this form if you were pleased by the customer service you received at our branch office.
Use this link to access forms pertaining to: Tax Assessor-Collectors/Vehicle Titles & Registration/Dealers/Motor Carriers/Lienholders and Motorists. NOTE: All forms related specifically to titles and registration click on the Tax Assessors-Collectors tab.