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Notices of Value (NOV)
Property taxes due in full by April 30 or in two equal installments (last day in February and June 15).
Personal property schedules are mailed shortly after January 1.
Subdivision land valuation questionnaires mailed to land developers.
|March 1||Colorado Forest Service provides Assessor a list of owners whose parcels qualify for or are disqualified from agricultural classification.|
|March 20||Subdivision land valuation questionnaires are due to Assessor.|
|April 1||State assessed owners (utilities, railroads, etc.) file annual statement with State.|
|April 15||Assessor may require additional information from owners of
Due date for return of personal property schedules.
Requests for 10 or 20 day extension for filing personal property schedule due.
Producing mines statement due from owners or operators to Assessor.
|May 1||Special districts must record orders of inclusion to levy a
tax against included property in current year, unless election will be held.
Deadline for special districts to record court orders of exclusion for exclusion to be effective in current year.
Assessor mails NOVs and protest form to property owners.
Assessor commences hearing protests on real and personal property.
Senior citizen & disabled veterans exemption notices are mailed to residential property owners.
State Land Board provides a list of equities owned or acquired in state lands.
Deadline for real property valuation
protest (must be postmarked or hand-delivered by this date).
Protest hearings are concluded.
Assessor is provided a list of pending property tax exemption applications.
|June 15||Assessor mails NOVs and protest form to owners of personal property, drilling rigs and producing natural resources property and commences hearings for objections.|
Assessor mails two copies of NOD to property owners.
Protests for owners of personal property, drilling rigs and producing natural resources property must be received or postmarked by this date.
|July 1||CBOE publishes notice that it will review assessment roll and hear appeals on real and personal property.
Notice of organization of a political subdivision is given to Assessor and BOCC.
Special districts must record court orders for inclusion by election to levy tax against included property in current year.
Date for assessment of construction occurring after January 1 for growth valuation for assessment in counties declaring severe residential growth impact conditions.
Disabled veteran exemption applications submitted to Division of Veterans Affairs must be received or postmarked by this date. May be extended to September 1 for good cause.
Approved applications forwarded to Assessor for property requirements.
Administrator sends NOVs to state assessed companies and Assessor. Also, Assessor commences hearing protests for state assessed values.
CBOE commences hearing appeals on real and personal property valuations.
|July 5||Assessor concludes personal property hearings|
|July 10||Assessor mails two copies of personal property and producing natural resources Property NODs to property owner|
|July (2nd Monday)||Assessor reports total value of assessed real property and a list of protests and the status/outcome of each|
|July 15||Assessor reports total value of assessed personal property and a list of protests and the status/outcome of each, a list of movable equipment apportionments, and a list of owners who failed to return a Personal Property Declaration Schedule
Protesting property owners who wish to appeal must deliver or postmark one copy of Assessor’s real property NOD to CBOE by this date
Protesting state assessed owners must deliver or postmark a petition to State Administrator by this date
Residential real property owners mail or deliver senior citizen exemption applications to Assessor by this date. Late applications may be accepted up to September 15 for good cause.
|July 20||Protesting personal property owners deliver or postmark one copy of Assessor’s personal property NOD to CBOE by this date|
|July 27||State Administrator concludes hearings concerning state assessed properties|
|August 1||State Administrator renders decisions on state assessed complaints and issues final determinations of value|
|August 5||CBOE concludes hearings and renders decisions on real and personal property appeals and mails decisions on real and personal property appeals within five business days
30 days after CBOE decision mailed, appeals must be filed with BAA, district court, or BOCC for binding arbitration
Deadline for filing appeal of CBOE decision with BAA or
Assessor mails denial notice to residential real property owners returning incomplete or non- qualifying senior citizen or disabled veteran exemption application
|August 25||Assessor files two copies of Abstract of Assessment with State Administrator|
|Sept 1||CBOE hears appeals through October 1 for denials for senior citizen
and disabled veteran exemptions
CBOE publishes notice of reviewing assessment roll and hearing appeals on real and personal property valuations
CBOE commences hearings for denials for senior citizen and disabled veteran exemptions and for real property appeals
Deadline for disabled veteran exemption applications by Disabled Veteran Administration, if good cause was shown
|Sept 15||Deadline for senior citizen exemption applications, if good cause was shown|
|Oct 1||CBOE concludes hearing appeals for denial of senior citizens or disable veterans exemption|
|Oct 10||Assessor submits report of approved senior citizen and disabled veteran exemptions to the State Administrator|
|Nov 1||State Administrator provides denial notice to applicants that claimed more than one senior citizen or disabled veteran exemption, or both|
|Nov 15||Applicants denied senior citizen or disabled veteran exemptions may file written protest with Administrator|
|Nov 21||Assessor transmits abstract to State Administrator, reporting assessed value in county, municipalities, and school districts by class and subclass.|
|Dec 1||Administrator provides notice to assessor of denied senior citizen or disabled veteran exemptions due to applicant filing multiple applications|
|Dec 10||Assessor transmits notification to BOCC, taxing entities, Division of Local Government and Department of Education if value changes were made after August 25 certification of values|
|Dec 15||Statutory deadline for certification of all mill levies
Inactive special districts file notice of inactive status
|Dec 20||State Board completes review of abstracts|
|Dec 22||County Commissioners levy taxes|
|Dec 31||Date on which State assessed values determined|
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