Residents, businesses encouraged to claim property online
Check to see if you are owed money! The City of Round Rock reminds residents and business owners to search for their unclaimed money at roundrocktexas.gov/unclaimedproperty.
Unclaimed property may be the result of a check being returned as undeliverable or a check that has not been cashed after a certain length of time. This property is valued at $100 or less and presumed abandoned subject to Chapter 76 of the Texas Property Code. Any property valued over $100 is sent to the Texas Comptroller, who lists unclaimed property at claimittexas.org. Some examples of money that can become abandoned are:
- Payroll checks for former City employees such as a seasonal pool lifeguard or camp counselor who went back to school at end of summer.
- Vendor checks for companies that may have changed names, gone out of business, relocated, etc.
- Refund/overpayment checks, including utilities deposit refunds or bill overpayments to residents who have moved or deceased. Other examples may include refunds for a facility rental deposit, recreation class cancellation or a court fee overpayment.
For more information, visit roundrocktexas.gov/unclaimedproperty.
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Source: City of Round Rock