Forms

Protest Forms

If you choose to protest your valuation or classification, complete the appeal form and return it to the Assessor’s Office. To preserve your right to protest, your appeal must be postmarked, emailed, or delivered in person on or before June 1 for Real Property or June 30 for Personal Property.  (For 2020 ONLY - the deadline for Personal Property appeals has been extended to August 20.)

The assessor must make a decision on your protest and mail a Notice of Determination to you by the last working day in June for Real Property or July 10 for Personal Property.  (For 2020 ONLY - the Personal Property Notice of Determination deadline has been extended to September 2.)  If you disagree with the assessor’s determination, or if you do not receive a Notice of Determination from the assessor, you must file a written appeal with the County Board of Equalization on or before July 15 for Real Property or July 20 for Personal Property. (39-8-106(1)(a),C.R.S.)  (For 2020 ONLY - the deadline to file a written Personal Property appeal with the County Board of Equalization has been extended to September 14.)

Current Year Real Property Protest Form, Paper | Online (Valid May 1 through June 1)

Real Property Protest Form Instructions (Valid May 1 through June 1)

Current Year Personal Property Protest Form (Valid June 15 through June 30)
(For 2020 ONLY - Personal Property Protests are valid August 3 through August 20)

Personal Property Questionnaire


Personal Property Declarations


Property Tax Exemption


Other Forms