When will I receive a Notice of Valuation and what information does it contain?
The assessor is required to send you a Notice of Valuation for real property on or before May 1 of each year. The notice contains the taxpayer’s account number, parcel mapping number, legal description, actual value for the prior and current year, and information on how to appeal (protest) the current year's value to the assessor.

For intervening years, a notice of valuation included with the tax bill shall fulfill the requirements of C.R.S. 39-5-121(1.2).

The deadlines for appeal are mandated by statute. If you believe the assessor has incorrectly valued your property, you must file your appeal by the deadlines stated on the back of the Notice of Valuation. If you mail your appeal to the assessor, be sure to retain proof of this mailing.

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1. How are property taxes determined?
2. What is a mill levy?
3. What is an assessment rate?
4. When will I receive a Notice of Valuation and what information does it contain?
5. How is the actual value determined?
6. What are the appraisal methods?
7. What is time adjustment?
8. What is the land distribution in Grand County?