Abstract of assessment
The abstract report is the final tabulation of valuation, revenues, and levies produced each year as a result of the assessor’s duties. Please see annual abstract of assessment reports from the past few years at right.
It is the duty of the assessor to evaluate all property on a fair basis in accordance with Colorado state guidelines. All real and personal property, not exempt by law, is subject to taxation. It is the duty of the owner of such property to see that it is listed with the county assessor.
These values are then certified to all taxing entities by the assessor. The levies are determined and certified by each taxing entity to the Board of County Commissioners.
These levies are then delivered to the assessor to be compiled and extended to the properties.
After the assessor prepares the tax roll, it is delivered to the county treasurer for collection.
It is the goal of this office to help the taxpayer in the understanding of property tax. If you should have any questions regarding the value of your property or the valuation process, the assessor’s office is always ready to assist and serve you.
Property tax information
- Actual value x assessment rate = assessed value
- Assessed value x mill levy/1000 = tax bill
- Residential property 6.95%
- Multi-family property 6.8%
- Renewable energy 26.4%
- Agricultural property 26.4% (This does not include the classification for Agri-Business also known as Other Ag)
- Personal property 29%
- Oil and Gas production 87.5%
- All other property not mentioned above 29%
Property tax due dates
- 2021 taxes are due and payable on January 1, 2022
- First half of taxes become due on February 28, 2022
- Second half taxes become due on June 15, 2022
- If no first half tax payment is made, total tax is due by April 30, 2022
You may receive hard copies of the abstract of assessment prior to 2010 at the assessor’s office. Please call 970-945-9134 to request these.