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Most real property, business personal property and related tax information is now available by clicking on the Search All Property Records pull down under Related Links. For real estate street locations that have an approximate address or a range of numbers in their addresses, click on Alternative Search. Additional assessment topics are listed on the left side of this page and specific documents may be accessed from the lower right. Email questions can be sent directly to the Assessment Division at firstname.lastname@example.org or, for immediate assistance, call 720-913-1311.
File Your 2014 Business Personal Property Declaration Online
If your company filed a complete Denver asset listing in a prior year, either online or with a paper declaration form, you now only need to declare additions and deletions which can be done online. Click on efile Personal Property Declaration in the Related Links drop down list, follow the instructions and save time and paper this year.
Beginning in 2013, Denver adopted the Pilot Alternative Protest Procedure established by § 39-5-122.8, C.R.S. Resolution of all current valuation and classification disputes in addition to prior year tax matters are under the control of the Denver Board of County Commissioners (BoCC). Unlike prior years, the deadline for filing 2013 protests was extended to November 15. Taxpayers who did not file 2013 protests, but desire value review, may submit a Petition for Abatement or Refund of Taxes (see more below). Release of 2014 values and current year valuation protest begins on May 1.
Petition for Abatement or Refund of Taxes
A writeable PDF Abatement Petition along with Instructions may be found under the "Forms" topic on the left side of this web page. The abatement process is used to correct taxes that have been levied erroneously or illegally due to erroneous valuation for assessment, irregularity in levying, clerical error or overvaluation. Taxpayers or their authorized agents may file a petition any time within the 24 months up to and including January 1 two years after taxes were levied (example: Abatement petitions for the 2012 tax year may be filed until 1/1/2015.) The two tax years currently open for abatement filings are 2012 and 2013.