YOU MAY ELECT TO COMPLETE THIS FORM TO PROTEST YOUR PROPERTY VALUATION OR CLASSIFICATION
Please note that this only appeals your property value. It will not enroll you for eNoticesOnline.com, which will allow you to receive future Notices of Value (NOV) electronically. To sign up for electronic NOVís, go to eNoticesOnline.com and have your personal Authorization Code found on the NOV mailed to you.
REAL PROPERTY VALUATION PROTESTS: If you disagree with the CURRENT YEAR ACTUAL VALUE or the CLASSIFICATION determined for your property, you may file a protest by mail, in person, or online. The protest period commences on May 3 and the deadline for filing a protest is June 1. The online protest link will be disabled after June 1.
Completing the Real Property Questionnaire will help you determine an estimate of value for your property, which can be compared to the value determined by the Assessor. Colorado law requires consideration of the market approach to value residential properties, including apartments, and vacant land. The cost, market, and income approaches to value are used to value commercial and industrial properties.
Special Procedures for filing online: Special Procedures for filing online:
STEP 1 (Logon/Account Verification): We must verify your account information. To file a protest online you will be asked to provide your Account Number and Security Number, which are located on your Real Property Notice of Valuation. You will need to provide your e-mail address and phone number. The e-mail address will be used to send a confirmation of receipt via e-mail. Verification of your logon credentials is required before moving to step 2.
STEP 2 (Complete Real Property Questionnaire): The Questionnaire will be similar to the Questionnaire attached to the Notice of Valuation. It is recommended that you study your Notice of Valuation BEFORE completing the online form. Once you have completed the online questionnaire, press "SUBMIT" to send the information to the Assessor.
STEP 3 (E-Mail Verification of Receipt): You will receive an e-mail confirming that the Assessor has received your online protest form. If you do not receive confirmation within a few minutes, please call the Assessor's office at 719-689-2941.