Certain archived information (like paper records and microfiche), not part of the agency's computerized databases are no longer available on demand in the Assessor's Office.
Due to limited staffing, a concerted effort to reduce printing as well as travel to and from the Wellington E. Webb Office Building, agency responses are only be completed via email. Most property tax information is available 24/7 at www.denvergov.org/assessor or through Denver's Interactive Voice Response (IVR) system by dialing 720 913-4162.
For example, originals of or information from Property Record Cards (PRC's) and any property valuation data prior to 1996 are not immediately available at the Division's service counter on the 4th floor of the Webb Building.
If an archived record exists in the Assessor's Office, a request for it will be fulfilled within one to three business days. Email requests are strongly encouraged. Response time depends on the amount of research and preparation effort necessary.
Records from the Assessor's archives are delivered electronically as either Portable Document Format (PDF) or Tagged Image File Format (TIFF or TIF) files.
To avoid inconvenience, save time and expense, all inquiries should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org and include the type of information sought based on pertinent data such as schedule numbers, addresses, owner names, tax years and the like. Please include a daytime phone number in the event Assessment personnel have questions.
In general, electronic responses are provided without cost. However, large jobs, those requiring computer programming or one or more hours of research, carry a charge of $55.00 per hour and will be quoted in advance.
For assistance or questions, please email the address above or call 720 913-1311.