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Colorado General Assembly and Governor Polis approve changes that will delay certification of the tax roll

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The Colorado Legislature and Governor Polis recently enacted changes to laws to accommodate property tax relief, which will delay Colorado counties certifying their tax roll. The new tax roll deadline is January 24, 2024, which is two weeks later than previous years.  
This extra time will allow taxing authorities sufficient time to certify their mill levies
and county assessors more time to compile newly required data.

The changes do not alter the first-half payment due date for property taxes which is February 29, 2024, due to the 2024 Leap Year. At the request of special districts including fire, school, metropolitan, health service and other districts, the Colorado Legislature did not adjust this deadline. These districts needed to ensure that they would receive early spring tax revenues from County Treasurers on the same schedule as previous years, in order to have sufficient revenue to continue to operate.

Once the tax roll process is complete property owners can expect to receive their statements in about two weeks by mail. We anticipate the notices will be in the mail by the second week in February.  Please contact the Treasurer’s office if you have questions about this or your property tax account at 303-582-5222.