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FAQs

When are my tax statements mailed out?

Pueblo County Property Tax statements are mailed out in January of every year to the owner and address of record according to the county assessor.

How Are Property Taxes Billed In Pueblo County?

In the state of Colorado, property taxes are collected one year in arrears, the property tax lien automatically attaches to the property on January 1st of the tax year and becomes payable on January 1st of the following year. It is the property that secures the tax lien and the lien follows the property, not the owner, until paid in full. failure to receive a tax statement does not remove any liability for the timely payment of taxes.

When are Property Taxes due in Pueblo County, CO?

In the state of Colorado, taxes are due as follows:

  • First 1/2 by last day of February
  • Second 1/2 by June 15th
  • or full tax by April 30th

Tax amounts under $25 are due by April 30th.

Customers paying in person must appear on or before due dates, individuals paying by mail must have payment postmarked by due date. Interest charges will be added the 1st day following each deadline. 

What happens if i pay my taxes after the due dates?

By state law, interest of 1% per month is charged and partial months are calculated as a whole month. advertising fees, late filing fees may be charged. All payments made after august will be required in certified funds. 

What happens if i do not pay my taxes?

If taxes are not paid by June 15th, a delinquent bill will be mailed in July.  All classifications of taxes are handled according to Colorado revised statutes.  You can contact the Pueblo County Treasurer's office at (719) 583-6015 for more specific information for your delinquent tax.

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Pay your Pueblo County, Colorado property taxes online using this service.

FAQs

When are my tax statements mailed out?

Pueblo County Property Tax statements are mailed out in January of every year to the owner and address of record according to the county assessor.

How Are Property Taxes Billed In Pueblo County?

In the state of Colorado, property taxes are collected one year in arrears, the property tax lien automatically attaches to the property on January 1st of the tax year and becomes payable on January 1st of the following year. It is the property that secures the tax lien and the lien follows the property, not the owner, until paid in full. failure to receive a tax statement does not remove any liability for the timely payment of taxes.

When are Property Taxes due in Pueblo County, CO?

In the state of Colorado, taxes are due as follows:

  • First 1/2 by last day of February
  • Second 1/2 by June 15th
  • or full tax by April 30th

Tax amounts under $25 are due by April 30th.

Customers paying in person must appear on or before due dates, individuals paying by mail must have payment postmarked by due date. Interest charges will be added the 1st day following each deadline. 

What happens if i pay my taxes after the due dates?

By state law, interest of 1% per month is charged and partial months are calculated as a whole month. advertising fees, late filing fees may be charged. All payments made after august will be required in certified funds. 

What happens if i do not pay my taxes?

If taxes are not paid by June 15th, a delinquent bill will be mailed in July.  All classifications of taxes are handled according to Colorado revised statutes.  You can contact the Pueblo County Treasurer's office at (719) 583-6015 for more specific information for your delinquent tax.

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