You have the option to pay your real estate taxes and your business personal property tax in one full payment, or in first- and second-half installments (except for parcels where the total taxes owed is $25 or less, in which case, only the full payment option is available). See below for late payment options.
Please Note: Debit card payments that require a PIN cannot be accepted online. If you wish to make a payment with your PIN debit card please visit us at 201 West Colfax Avenue, Denver, CO 80202.
|Portion of taxes being paid
|First half of taxes
February 29 in a Leap Year
|Second half of taxes
Note: Please select First Half, Second Half, or Full Payment before clicking Pay Now to avoid errors.
We accept VISA, MasterCard, Discover and eCheck. Please select one of the options below:
$25.00 or Less Taxes Owed Payments - Installment payments are not available for those whose total taxes owed is $25.00 or less, full payment of taxes is required.
Service Lien and Maintenance District Payments - Installment payments are not allowed on service lien and maintenance district payments. If you are paying a service lien or maintenance payment you will see the full amount due when you select one of the payment options above.
Local Improvement Project Fee Payments - Installment payments for local improvement project fees may be made online by selecting one of the payment options above. If you would like to make a full payment call (720) 913-9500 to obtain the payoff amount.
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