View your current Denver County property tax statements and pay them online.

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).


When are property taxes due in Denver, Colorado?

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.