Whether you own property in Douglas County or somewhere else in Colorado, 2015 is a reappraisal year. Colorado law requires Assessors statewide to revalue all real estate in their respective counties as of a specific appraisal date, and for the 2015 reappraisal that date is June 30, 2014. Every reappraisal, we disregard the old valuations and start from scratch using an entirely new sales list. In other words, we are not allowed to adjust values up or down by a percentage, but instead have to analyze sales from a specific study period. In the case of the 2015 reappraisal, transactions that occurred between July 1, 2012 and June 30, 2014 were used for analysis. We cannot consider sales or market influences that occurred after June 30, 2014.
2015 / 2016 Valuation Fact Sheet
How Property is Valued
Sales and Valuation Information
Notice of Value
- File an Appeal Online
- Assessor Level Appeals
A Protest appeal of property value may be filed between May 1 and June 1 only. Click on this link for step-by-step procedures and grounds for filing an appeal.
- Agent Authorization Form
If you are appealing property value but are not the owner of record, proof of agency is required. Please provide this form with any appeal documentation.
- Real Property Appeal Form
If a taxpayer disagrees with the value assigned by the assessor, the taxpayer may file a protest during the statutory protest period; May 1 through June 1 each year. A protest form is attached to the Notice of Valuation mailed to real property owners on May 1. An additional form is provided here for your convenience.
- Appeal Process – Reappraisal Year
A flowchart describing the process available for property appeals from the Assessor level through the state level.
- Residential Property Tax Estimate Calculator Estimate your taxes for 2015 by using our calculator. Keep in mind that our tax rates are subject to change and not set until December of each year