Taxes are billed in arrears; taxes assessed are due and payable January 1st of the following year. For example, 2017 taxes are assessed January 1, 2017, but are not due and payable until January 1, 2018. Property tax statements are mailed once a year in January by the Denver Treasury Division.
Taxes can be paid in a lump-sum payment or in two installments:
If paid as a lump-sum, payment in full is due by April 30th
If paid in installments, the first half is due by the last day of February and the second half is due by June 15th
What happens if I'm late in paying my Denver property taxes?
Once a payment is delinquent, interest accrues at the rate of 1% per month.
The first half installment becomes delinquent on March 1st and the second half installment is due on June 15th. If the entire amount of tax due is paid at one time on or before April 30th, no delinquent interest will be charged on the first half installment.
To determine the tax due the Denver County Assessor first determines the ACTUAL value of your property. Then, a percentage is applied to the actual value in order to arrive at the ASSESSED value of your property.
Assessed value for residential property = 7.15% of actual value
Assessed value for commercial and business personal property = 29% of actual value
Your ASSESSED value is then multiplied by the current MILL LEVY to arrive at the property tax due. Mill levies are set around December 15th each year by the various Denver taxing authorities such as the school district, city council, or special districts.
A mill = $1 for every $1,000 of assessed value
If the property is located within a special district, local maintenance district, or business improvement district additional taxes are levied upon the property.
Both my mortgage company and I paid my real estate property taxes. How can I get a refund?
The first payment received is applied toward the real estate property tax balance. If your payment is received after your mortgage company’s payment or you paid in excess of your balance, you can expect to receive your refund within six to eight weeks of Denver processing your payment.
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Colorado law allows you to register to vote through Election Day. But please note that how you register to vote impacts how you receive your ballot. In order to receive your ballot by mail:
Register to vote or update your voter registration online through the 8th day before Election day.
Submit an application through the mail, at a voter registration agency, or at a local driver’s license examination facility through the 8th day before Election Day.
Submit an application through a voter registration drive no later than 22 days before Election Day.
If you miss the above deadlines, you may appear in person at a voter service and polling center in your county through Election Day where you can register to vote and then vote in person or pick up a ballot.