In Burnet County, there are about 25 taxing entities that get a piece of the property tax pie, though a property owner likely only pays into a few of them. Who gets a chunk of an individual’s property tax depends on where the property is located. A property owner with a home in the city of Marble Falls would most likely find themselves in the taxing jurisdictions of the city of Marble Falls, Burnet County (general and special/road and bridge), Marble Falls ISD, and Central Texas Water Conservation District. An individual with a home outside a city in Burnet County could pay property taxes to Burnet County (general and special/road and bridge), a school district, an emergency services district, and the Central Texas Water Conservation District.

Source: Where do your property taxes go?

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