Board of Directors

Board of Directors

Board Members


The Board of Directors of the Jefferson Central Appraisal District is comprised of five members who are elected by the governing bodies of the taxing entities within the District.

The members of the Board of Directors for the current term of office are:

Board Members
Allison Nathan Getz
Eugene Landry
Lauren Mason
Dr. Louis Reed, Jr.
Robert Thewman


The Board of Directors oversees the activities of the Appraisal District. They do not appraise property or make decisions that affect the appraisal records; instead, they select the Chief Appraiser, adopt the budget, and make sure the District follows policies and procedures set by law.


Any person wishing to address the Board of Directors concerning a matter under their jurisdiction may do so by submitting a written request to make public comments by noon on the day of the meeting. The request may be sent by email.  Persons addressing the Board are limited to a five-minute presentation; however, additional time may be granted at the discretion of the Board Chairperson.

The District will make every attempt to provide an interpreter for non-English speaking persons or for the hearing impaired. The request must be submitted to the District at least 7 days prior to the Board meeting. If the District cannot comply with the request, the Board and requesting party will be properly notified. The person requesting the interpreter must arrive at the Appraisal District office at least 15 minutes prior to the Board meeting in order to meet with the interpreter. The District provides handicapped parking, a ground floor meeting room, doors with no barriers, and restrooms equipped for the disabled. However, people with a disability that prevents them from entering the District’s office or Board meeting room should notify the District in writing at least 7 days prior to the scheduled meeting. The notice should describe the person’s disability and how it prevents the person from having access to the Board. Upon receipt of such notice, the Chief Appraiser will determine whether the person can be given access to the Board or if other means must be arranged. Under such circumstances, the Chief Appraiser shall inform the Board of the reasons why the person was not able to address the Board in person.

For more information on the function of the Board of Directors, please refer to the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts’ Appraisal District Director’s Manual.


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