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Douglas County Government offices closed Monday, July 4.  Visit DoItOnlineDouglas.com for dozens of services offered online.   Enjoy the 4th of July but remember Stage 1 Fire Restrictions are in place. 

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Assessors Office

Get Taxes Due

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Douglas County homeowners and business owners should expect to receive their annual billing statements/notifications in the mail by the end of January 2022.  The current year tax, 2021 tax year payable in 2022, is now available online and open for payments.  Citizens can download a copy of their tax bill if your mail delivery is delayed or the statement was not delivered.  Use the link below to search for your property account.

Visit the Property Tax Inquiry to make a payment, view your parcel details, obtain current and prior year payment history and receipts, as well as view and print your current year tax statement.

Property tax statements/postcard notifications are mailed to the owner of record annually in January. Taxes are calculated by multiplying the Assessor’s assessed value times the tax rate (mill levy). The Treasurer does not determine either the tax rate or the assessed value. Paperless option: Use the email verification key provided on your statement/postcard to sign up for email tax statement delivery. Upon locating your parcel in our parcel inquiry tool click on the Verify My Email link listed under the Account Links section to enter “key” and your email address. Taxpayers with multiple accounts may have multiple codes. Each unique code requires registration.

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 apportioned and disbursed to the various taxing authorities. Would you like to see where your property tax goes?  www.yourdougcotaxes.com is a searchable, interactive map to show you the authority distribution and tax rates for individual parcels.

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 online sale of tax liens, process abatements and monitor bankruptcy proceedings.  For foreclosure information please visit the Douglas County Public Trustee’s website.

Chat Feature – Initiate a real-time chat session with staff by clicking on the conversation link on the lower right-hand corner of the screen.  Chat may also be initiated via text messaging (SMS) by sending your text to 720-709-1618.

We welcome your comments please feel free to contact us by email [email protected] or phone at 303.660.7455 with any comments or questions.

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