Assessor

Taxes Due on Property Types (Example)


Residential Property Commercial Property Oil & Gas Production
Property Actual Value $100,000 $100,000 $100,000
Assessment Rate 6.95% 29.00% 87.50%
Taxable Value 6,950 29,000 87,500
Average Mill Levy 52.00 52.00 52.00
Tax Dollars Paid $361.40 $1,508.00 $4,550.00
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Public Notice Deadline
Oil and Gas/Personal Property Declaration Schedules are due back to the Assessor's Office April 15, 2022
Colorado Law requires the Assessor to hear objections to real property classification and valuation  May 2, 2022
Real Property objections must be postmarked, delivered or presented in person to the Assessor's Office June 1, 2022
Colorado Law requires the Assessor to hear objections concerning Personal Property, producing Natural Resources and Drilling Rigs June 15, 2022
Personal Property, producing Natural Resourcs and Drilling Rig objections must be postmarked, delivered or presented in person to the Assessor's Office. June 30, 2022
Applications due for the Disabled Veteran Exemption July 1, 2022
Applications due for Senior Homestead Exemption July 15, 2022
Certification of Values to taxing entities  August 25, 2022
Recertification of values to taxing entities December 10, 2022
County Commissioners certify and levy taxes December 22, 2022

Mission Statement

It is the mission of the Rio Blanco County Assessor's Office to provide the citizens and taxpayers of the county with an assessment process that will ensure a fair and equitable valuation of all properties within the boundaries of the county. It is the goal of the Assessor's Office that all properties be valued in accordance with the laws that govern the office.

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