The Board of Directors of Clear Brook City MUD (the district) voted to decrease the MUD Property Tax Rate from $0.54 per $100 valuation in 2022 to $0.51 per $100 valuation.  Please keep in mind this rate is for the district only.

The district has authorized Bob Leared Interests, the tax assessor-collector, to mail duplicate tax statements in January 2024. These statements will be mailed to homeowners whose original tax statement was requested by and mailed to a mortgage company AND remains unpaid at the time of the January mailing.  If you receive a DUPLICATE TAX STATEMENT, this is your reminder to contact your mortgage company to ensure timely payment of your MUD taxes by January 31, 2024.  Failure to receive a statement, or failure of your mortgage company to make a payment from your escrow account prior to the delinquency date, does not extend the due date.  Your taxes become delinquent on February 1, 2024.

You can view, make payments, and print receipts for the district property taxes online at   There is an additional processing fee when making online payments.

This website is not associated with any DOXO website. 

If paying using a DOXO website the processing fee will be higher.

As in 2022, the 2023 tax statements will include an individual QR code.  Scanning the QR code will be a direct link to that particular account on the Bob Leared Interests website.  In addition to the option to pay online, payment can be made by calling OPAY Customer Service at (800)487-4567 between the hours of 7:00 am and 7:00 pm CST.  Select the customer service option, then tell the representative you are calling to pay TEXAS taxes.  You will then need to provide your entire account number which begins with “314” There is an additional processing fee when making payments by phone.

If you have not received your 2023 Clear Brook City MUD tax statement by the end of November, and you are unable to locate your account online at, please contact the tax assessor-collector at 713-932-9011 to discuss your tax account.  Failure to receive a tax statement will not extend the due date of January 31, 2024, and does not meet the legal requirements to waive penalties or interest which will be added if payment is not made in full by the due date.

Updates or changes to individual account mailing address, property ownership or property exemptions must be made with

Harris Central Appraisal District.