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The Douglas County Treasurer’s Office will be closed to the public beginning March 17.
Property tax payments may be placed in the drop box at the west end of the curb in front of the Miller Bldg or may be paid online
On March 20, 2020, Governor Polis issued Executive Order #D 2020-012 authorizing the County Treasurer to suspend or waive delinquent interest that may accrue pursuant to the provision of § 39-10-104.5.   Interest for late first half payments – We will waive interest for late first half payments, made after March 20 through April 20.  Should the order be extended we will make a determination at that point on how to proceed. 

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.

  • Use the public user access to search for your account.
  • Payment by credit card will incur a 2.19% vendor fee.
  • E-checks are free of charge however improper designation of either a “Checking” or “Savings” account will result in a rejected payment by your bank and a fee of $20.00 will be charged by the Treasurer’s office.  A Money Market bank account, which limits the number of monthly withdrawals,  is considered a “Savings” type account.   If in doubt, please contact your Financial Institution.
  • Please note that the bank charge description will reflect DOUGLASCTYTREAS/GILALLC.

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.

Did you know? The annual property tax statement or notification is sent by mail to all Douglas County property owners every January. Would you like to see where your property tax goes? is a searchable, interactive map with that information.  We bill once per year, therefore, it is important that your mailing address is kept current. As we do not receive or retain forwarding information from the US Postal Service, it is the homeowner’s responsibility to update mailing addresses to ensure delivery of your annual property tax and value notifications.  To submit mailing address changes for all Treasurer and Assessor correspondence click here.

Beginning in mid-January, your online statement and tax details can be accessed using the property tax inquiry  Property taxes can 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 and the second half payment due by June 15.  If the tax amount is $25 or less, payment must be received in full by April 30. View payment locations and payment options.

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.

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.