Texas Sales Tax Rate Changes for 2020 Texas: Sales Tax Handbook

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2020 Texas Sales Tax Changes

Over the past year, there have been 36 local sales tax rate changes in Texas. This table lists each changed tax jurisdiction, the amount of the change, and the towns and cities in which the modified tax rates apply. This page will be updated monthly as new sales tax rates are released. For other states, see our list of nationwide sales tax rate changes.


Change Date Tax Jurisdiction Sales Tax Change Cities Affected
February 2020 Ellis
Raised from 6.25% to 8.25%
Waxahachie, Palmer, Italy, Maypearl, Milford, Forreston and Avalon
February 2020 Llano
Raised from 6.25% to 8.25%
Kingsland, Buchanan Dam, Tow, Valley Spring, Bluffton and Castell
February 2020 Pecos Lowered from 8.25% to 6.25% Pecos
February 2020 Collin
Raised from 6.25% to 8.25%
Princeton, Farmersville, Nevada, Blue Ridge, Copeville and Westminster
February 2020 Harris
Raised from 6.25% to 8.25%
Houston and Pasadena
February 2020 Jasper
Raised from 6.25% to 8.25%
Kirbyville, Brookeland and Evadale
February 2020 Kenedy
Raised from 6.25% to 8.25%
Armstrong and Sarita
February 2020 Parker
Raised from 6.75% to 7.75%
Weatherford, Millsap and Peaster
February 2020 Taylor Lowered from 8.25% to 6.25% Taylor
February 2020 Denton
Raised from 6.25% to 8.25%
Aubrey, Sanger, Justin, Krum, Pilot Point, Ponder and Flower Mound
February 2020 Hardin
Raised from 6.25% to 8.25%
Kountze, Sour Lake, Village Mills, Batson, Saratoga, Thicket and Votaw
February 2020 Hidalgo
Raised from 6.25% to 8.25%
Mission, Edinburg, Elsa, Edcouch, Weslaco, La Blanca, Los Ebanos, Hargill and Linn
February 2020 Refugio
Raised from 6.25% to 8.25%
Woodsboro and Tivoli
February 2020 Wheeler
Raised from 6.25% to 8%
Mobeetie, Briscoe and Allison
February 2020 Wilson
Raised from 6.25% to 7.25%
Floresville, La Vernia, Stockdale, Sutherland Springs and Pandora
February 2020 Yoakum
Raised from 6.25% to 8.25%
Plains and Tokio
February 2020 Cameron
Raised from 6.25% to 8.25%
Los Fresnos, Rio Hondo, Santa Rosa, Santa Maria and Lozano
February 2020 Coleman
Raised from 6.25% to 8.25%
Gouldbusk, Goldsboro, Rockwood, Burkett, Valera, Novice, Talpa and Voss
February 2020 Crockett
Raised from 6.25% to 8.25%
Ozona and Girvin
February 2020 Eastland
Raised from 6.25% to 8.25%
Desdemona
February 2020 Grayson
Raised from 6.25% to 8.25%
Whitesboro, Denison, Pottsboro, Van Alstyne, Whitewright, Collinsville, Bells, Gordonville, Sadler and Tioga
February 2020 Haskell
Raised from 6.25% to 8.25%
Rochester, O Brien and Rule
February 2020 Johnson
Raised from 6.25% to 8.25%
Alvarado, Joshua, Cleburne, Venus, Grandview, Godley, Rio Vista and Lillian
February 2020 Presidio
Raised from 6.25% to 8.25%
Redford
February 2020 Galveston
Raised from 6.25% to 8.25%
Bacliff and Santa Fe
February 2020 Henderson
Raised from 6.25% to 8.25%
Kemp, Mabank, Athens, Malakoff, Eustace, Brownsboro, Murchison, Larue and Trinidad
February 2020 Martindale
Raised from 8% to 8.25%
Martindale
February 2020 Williamson
Raised from 6.25% to 8.25%
Granger, Thrall, Coupland, Schwertner and Walburg
February 2020 San Patricio
Raised from 6.25% to 8.25%
Sinton, Taft, Odem and Edroy
February 2020 Throckmorton
Raised from 6.25% to 8.25%
Woodson
February 2020 Hays Co Esd 4 Sp
Raised from 7.75% to 8.25%
Staples, Mc Neil, Belmont and Austin
February 2020 San Antonio Mta Transit
Raised from 6.75% to 8.25%
San Antonio, Lackland A F B and Randolph A F B
February 2020 Corpus Christi Mta Transit
Raised from 6.75% to 8.25%
Robstown, Banquete and Chapman Ranch
February 2020 Austin/dripping Springs Lib/hays Co Lowered from 9.25% to 8.25% Austin and Driftwood
January 2020 Wellman
Raised from 6.75% to 7.75%
Wellman
January 2020 Reeves County Hospital District
Raised from 6.75% to 8.25%
Balmorhea, Saragosa and Orla

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