View your parcel details for current and prior year payment history, as well as obtain current year tax amounts. If you are searching for an account and it does not populate, please contact us at 303.660.7455 for further information. Payment by credit card is accepted online or in person at the Treasurer’s office. E-checks are free of charge. Please note that the bank charge description will reflect DOUGLASCTYTREAS/GILALLC.
Douglas County property owners will be receiving their 2016 due 2017 property tax statement or notification by mail prior to February 1. Your online statement and tax details can be accessed approximately the second week of January using the Property Tax Inquiry link above. Property tax bills reflect the taxes due for the preceding year. Tax amounts greater than $25 may be paid in one payment by April 30 or in two EQUAL payments. The first half payment is due by the last day of February. The second half payment is due by June 15. If the tax amount is $25 or less, payment in full is due by April 30.
All prior year delinquent Real Property Tax payments must be paid by Certified Funds, Wire Transfer or Credit Card. Please contact the Treasurer’s Office for further information.
Cash payments are limited to $5,000. If necessary, you may obtain a cashier’s check at no cost through the US Bank located at 852 Maleta Lane in Castle Rock. US Bank will accept cash only and will issue the cashier’s check payable to Douglas County Treasurer.
The Treasurer’s office bills and collects property taxes, based on assessed valuations provided by the Douglas County Assessor and mill levies set by approximately 155 taxing authorities (County, School District, Municipalities and Special Districts). Collected taxes and special assessments are then apportioned and disbursed to the various taxing authorities. The Assessor maintains the mailing addresses for tax statement notifications, fill out this form online to change your address in the Assessor records.
We are responsible for all internal and external banking relationships. All deposits through the county are handled through the Treasurer’s office with the exception of a portion from the Douglas County Sheriff.
We manage the County’s investment portfolio in accordance with Colorado State Statutes and the Douglas County Investment Policy with the focus being safety and liquidity before yield.
We offer an on-line sale of tax liens, process abatements and monitor bankruptcy proceedings.
Most importantly, citizens of Douglas County, we are here to serve you.
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