Colorado State Statutes mandate that county assessors report to their board of county commissioners, on or before July 15 of each year, a record of the properties and owners on which a protest of the assessed value of that property was filed, including the disposition of that protest.
The county commissioners on Monday recognized Jolene George, senior commercial appraiser for the county assessor's office, for exemplary work performance.
Other members of the staff were recognized for their effort as well.
A private company that has obtained address lists is mailing area residents offering to have their property tax classification changed and their tax lowered, county assessor Debbie Griffith reports.
Griffith said the company wants 30 percent of any money saved by the homeowner for getting their property taxes lowered.
From June 15 to June 30, owners of taxable personal property (e.g., business furnishings, equipment, etc.) may challenge the county assessor's valuation of their property. The value determined by the assessor is based on information submitted on your Personal Property Declaration Schedule.
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