Create Your Own Reports
The Assessor’s Office now provides public access to a large selection of common data elements for self-service reporting to meet almost any parameter you require at no cost. This data is updated daily and can be downloaded in CSV or Excel format for further sorting and data manipulation. To create a query and download data, follow this link to our Advanced Search Application. Instructions for using this application and a glossary of terms are available at this site.
If your required data isn’t available in this application, you may telephone our office and request a custom report as described below.
The Assessor’s Office can create reports from the assessment data to meet almost
any need. Prepayment is required and all reports are completed on a first-come,
first-served basis as staff time permits.
Hard Copy Reports
$50 per hour with a minimum one hour charge, plus ten cents per page for each page after the first five.
$50 per hour with a minimum one hour charge, plus $10.00 per disk or CD. No media charge for reports that are delivered by e-mail. Electronic media can be provided in the following formats: txt, dba, xls or pdf. Please ask in advance if you have special needs.
Digital Data Files
These are tab-delimited files and can be used in Access or similar database programs to manipulate the data and produce reports. These are static files but are updated after significant events in the assessment calendar. The date of the information is noted at the top of the page. See the link below for further information and to download these digital data files.
Additional maps of tax districts, subdivisions, municipality boundaries, and zip code areas.
Geographic Information System Data
For further information on digital parcel boundary data and street centerline data, see the Geographic Information System Web page or contact the GIS Division at 303.660.7416.
Section, Township, Range Index Map
Map displaying sections, townships, and ranges in Douglas County with the associated State assigned township numbers can be accessed through the parcel search function from the Assessor’s home page.
State Parcel Number Information
Document describing the State Parcel Numbering System and showing how to determine the State Parcel Number on a map. This number is the link between a map and the associated assessor records.