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Glenn Hegar
Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts
Glenn Hegar
Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts
Glenn Hegar
Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts

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Municipal Hotel Occupancy Tax Submission Form

In 2017, the 85th Legislature passed Senate Bill 1221 with the intent of increasing local government transparency while also allowing the public to better understand the state’s patchwork of municipal hotel occupancy taxes (HOT). The bill amends the Tax Code by adding Section 351.009, requiring municipalities that impose a HOT under Chapter 351 to provide their required tax information to the Comptroller. The information entered below should reflect the municipality’s most recently completed fiscal year. All fields are required for completion.

The reporting period for municipal HOT information begins on Jan. 1 and closes after Feb. 20. of each calendar year.

If you have questions or require assistance, please contact us by email or call 844-519-5676.

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Municipality Information
Please provide the following information for the municipality’s primary contact:
Is the municipality selecting to comply with Tax Code Section 351.009 by clearly posting its required material on its own website rather than submitting the information for its most recently completed fiscal year through this form? (By selecting “No” the user will be prompted to enter the information manually below)

Disclaimer: The Comptroller’s office has the authority to review and maintain the information provided through this form. Information provided cannot be altered once submitted. To make changes or updates, please contact the Comptroller’s Transparency Team directly. Do not submit concurrent forms for the same report year without first speaking to the Comptroller’s office. By submitting the information above, you are asserting that the material has been properly collected and is accurate. Discrepancies identified by the Comptroller’s office may require the form to be resubmitted.

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