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Teller County Assessor's Office
"We Value Teller County"
Location:Teller County Courthouse -
101 W. Bennett Ave. Cripple Creek, CO 80813
Mailing Address: PO Box 1008 Cripple Creek, CO 80813
Phone: 719-689-2941 Fax: 719-689-0988
Office Hours: 8 am to 4:30 pm Monday - Friday (except Holidays)
Our office will be closed on July 2nd and July 5th due to building renovations and the 4th of July Holiday.
*Important: Please call ahead of time to set an
appointment with our office for manufactured home paperwork. This
includes all title transfers, purges, moves, and destroyed manufactured
Appointments will be available only on Tuesdays and Thursdays due to paperwork that needs to be prepared in advance.
David "Colt" Simmons - Assessor
The office of the Assessor is established under Section 8 Article XIV of the Colorado Constitution.
According to Title 30 of the Colorado Revised Statutes, the duties of the Assessor are to:
• Certify total valuation for assessment of all taxable property in Teller County
• Certify a list of owners of record for taxable real and personal property, when required
• Discover omitted assessable property
• Designate property in any municipality
• Receive appropriate documents and maintain accurate records
The Assessor’s office is comprised of land administration professionals, appraisers, and data analysts who are dedicated to serving the public and achieving the proper determination of property values to ensure fair and equitable property taxation.
Vision for Teller County Assessor's Office
Protect property rights by ensuring fair and equitable taxation through fair and equitable property valuations
Mission for Teller County Assessor's Office
Serve the citizens and property owners of Teller County by:
The Assessor’s office is a fine team of Appraisers, Data Analysts, Title Administrators and a Cartographer that is responsible for the administration and valuation of close to 26,000 parcels of land.
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