Forms for Residential Property

  • Abatement Forms 1 Year
    The abatement process is required to change tax amounts after the tax warrant is delivered to the Treasurer. Abatements must be filed within two years of the date the tax warrant was delivered (CRS 39-10-114(1)(a)(I)(A)). Use this form if only one year’s taxes are being abated.
  • Abatement Forms 2 Year
    The abatement process is required to change tax amounts after the tax warrant is delivered to the Treasurer. Abatements must be filed within two years of the date the tax warrant was delivered (CRS 39-10-114(1)(a)(I)(A)). Use this form if this is an abatement of two year’s taxes.
  • Change of Mailing Address
    Fill out this form online to change your mailing address on Assessor records.
  • Disabled Veteran Exemption Application
    Application to file for the  Disabled Veteran exemption.
  • 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 of 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.
  • Real Property Transfer Declaration
    The Real Property Transfer Declaration, also called a TD-1000, provides essential information to the County Assessor to help ensure fair and uniform assessments for all property tax purposes. All conveyance documents subject to the documentary fee submitted to the County Clerk and Recorder for recordation must be accompanied by a Real Property Transfer Declaration, completed and signed by the seller (grantor) or buyer (grantee). If you have questions on how to complete this form, you will find directions in our Transfer Declaration Completion Guide.
  • Senior Exemption Short Form
    Taxpayers 65 years and older as of January 1st, who have owned their property for at least 10 consecutive years and occupy the property as their primary residence may qualify for the Senior Exemption.  See Senior Exemption instructions for any further information on this exemption and to determine which of the two forms should be used to apply.
  •  Senior Exemption Long Form
    Taxpayers 65 years and older as of January 1st, who have owned their property for at least 10 consecutive years and occupy the property as their primary residence may qualify for the Senior Exemption.  See Senior Exemption instructions for any further information on this exemption and to determine which of the two forms should be used to apply
  • Senior Exemption Form Instructions
    Instructions for completing Senior Exemption Forms