The mission of the County Treasurer is to collect all revenues on behalf of those public sector entities which use the property tax as a source of revenue.
The County Treasurer functions as the County's banker: receiving, investing, and disbursing monies in accordance with applicable state statutes. The Treasurer also handles public tax sales, mobile homes, and related issues. There is more information available at the State of Colorado Treasurer's Office website.
Yearly Due Dates & Deadlines
Mid to Late January - Tax notices are mailed to assessed owners
February 28 - First Half Payment Due (if using option of half payments)
April 30 - Whole Payment Due (if using option of whole payment)
June 15 - Second Half Payment Due (if using option of half payments)
Early July - Delinquent Notices are sent to assessed owners if taxes are not paid
Mid-September - Distraints served on Mobile Homes if taxes are not paid
Early October - Personal Property and Mobile Homes advertised if taxes are not paid
Mid-October - Real Property advertised if taxes are not paid
Mid-November - Tax Sale is held for Mobile Homes and Real Property if taxes are not paid
Property Tax Payments
Failure to a receive a property tax notice does not exempt the taxpayer from timely payment of the taxes due.
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