Did you know you can FILE YOUR BUSINESS PERSONAL PROPERTY APPEAL ONLINE?
If a taxpayer disagrees with the value assigned by the assessor, the taxpayer may file a protest during the statutory protest period (June 15 through June 30). Business Personal Property protests must be postmarked, delivered, or e-mailed no later than June 30 to be considered timely filed.
The Assessor's Office will receive appeals via Online Electronic Form, email, fax, mail, or a telephone conference (See details below).
If the date for filing any report, schedule, claim, tax return, statement, remittance, or other document falls upon a Saturday, Sunday, or legal holiday, it shall be deemed to have been timely filed if filed on the next business day, § 39-1-120(3), C.R.S.
You may appeal your business property value in several ways:
Note that we cannot accept telephone appeals. All appeals must be in writing or in person.
NOTE: The owner is the only person recognized by law to have "standing" to file a protest. Protests filed by individuals other than the owner or authorized agent may be denied for lack of standing. A letter of agency (written letter of authorization) is required from persons who are not the owner of record but are filing a protest on behalf of the property owner.
No late appeals can be considered.
For 2021, the last day to appeal your value with the Assessor is June 30. All written appeals must be faxed, postmarked or e-mailed by that date.
All appeals will receive the same diligent review, regardless of the method of submission. A written "Notice of Determination" will be issued for each appeal and will be mailed no later than July 10, 2019.