Where Do Your Bexar County Property Taxes Go?



What Does An Average Tax Bill Look Like?

At the beginning of every year, your property taxes are assessed based on the value of your home, but where does that money go? We want you to be informed about how your tax dollars are being spent.

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Average Home Value

Name Tax Rate Tax Bill
Bexar County Road & Flood $0.023668 $64.22
SA River Authority $0.018420 $49.98
Alamo Colleges District $0.149150 $404.70
University Health System $0.276235 $749.52
Bexar County $0.276331 $749.79
City of San Antonio $0.558270 $1,514.79
Avg. School District $1.281538 $3,477.27

(Source: 2022 Bexar County property tax information)

Bexar County homeowners are taxed by the following entities: Bexar County, Road & Flood Control, Alamo Colleges District, University Health System, San Antonio River Authority, and one of the independent school districts.


How Does the Alamo Colleges District Contribute?

High-quality education and affordable costs provide exceptional value to students and alumni who are major contributors to the economy and the culture of the community.

Our mission is to empower our diverse communities for success.

The Alamo Colleges District is the largest provider of higher education in South Texas with more than 72,000 students taking credit, workforce, and continuing education courses annually.

We serve Bexar County and beyond with five individually accredited colleges, seven educational training centers, AlamoONLINE, Early College High Schools (ECHS), and Pathways in Technology Early College High Schools (P-TECH).


Creating Impact Across Our Community


1 out of 35

jobs in the Alamo Colleges District Service Area is supported by the activities of the Alamo Colleges and their students



of students transfer on to higher education



of students employed and/or enrolled within 6 months of graduation

Total Impact

$2.6 Billion
41,170 Jobs

Benefits of ACD to the Community

  • No-cost tuition through the AlamoPROMISE initiative

  • Low-cost Textbooks with the AlamoBOOKS+ program

  • On-campus advocacy centers located at every college

  • Student jobs and internships to supplement classroom learning, develop skills and build connections for future careers

  • Primary health care is available for Alamo Colleges District students and employees through Wellness 360

  • All Alamo Colleges District students and employees are eligible for a free VIA U-PASS

  • 3 for Free Museum Partnership offers students and employees free admission to three area museums