There are several mechanisms that you may qualify for that may reduce your taxes? There are exemptions for seniors, disabled veterans, and certain charitable organizations. For summary information on rebates, exemptions and deferrals please read this brochure.
Senior Property Tax Exemption - For those who qualify, 50 percent of the first $200,000 of actual value of the property is exempted. The state will pay the exempted property tax.
Disabled Veteran Property Tax Exemption - For disabled veterans who qualify, 50 percent of the first $200,000 of actual value of the veteran’s primary residence is exempted. The state will reimburse the county treasurer for the lost revenue. The exemption is effective January 1, 2007, on property tax bills sent beginning in 2008. Owners of multiple residences may only designate one property as their primary residence.
Other Exemptions: School-Church-Charitable - Property which is owned and used solely and exclusively for religious purposes, for private schools, or for strictly charitable purposes is exempt, §§ 39-3-106 through 113 and 116, C.R.S. Owners of property which may qualify for exemption as owned and used for religious purposes, a private school, or strictly charitable purposes must file an application with the Property Tax Administrator.
You can file your declaration online by clicking here. You will need to know your PIN number and your online access code. If you do not know your codes, please contact the Assessor’s office at 970-400-3699.
You can get a blank declaration by clicking here. You can fill it in online and email it to our office at email@example.com.
You can also request a spreadsheet from our office to file via email. Either call us at 970-400-3699 or email us firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can search the Clerk and Recorder's website by recorded document number, type of document, date, or name of grantor/grantee.
If you know the account number or parcel number then you can search here.
The following formula is used to calculate the amount of taxes due:
Actual Value X Assessment Rate X Mill levy = Property Taxes Due
The actual value of each property in Weld County is estimated by the Assessor’s Office.
The mill levies are set each year by the taxing authorities that benefit from the taxes:
The districts, which levy taxes on your property, are listed on your tax bill.
You may research your actual value and the current year’s mill levy here.
The Weld County Assessor's office is located at 1400 N 17th Ave in Greeley, Colorado. Click here for Google map and directions. Enter your "from" address (including city) in the "A" box and click the Get Directions button.
Understanding Property Taxes in Colorado
Classification and Valuation of Agricultural Property in Colorado
Manufactured Homes in Colorado
Property Valuation and Taxation for Business and Industry in Colorado
Property Tax Exemption for Disabled Veterans in Colorado
Property Tax Exemptions for Senior Citizens in Colorado
Rebates, Exemptions, and Deferrals
Weld County Offices: Weld County Colorado, 1150 O ST. Greeley, CO 80631
Mailing Address: Weld County Colorado, PO Box 758, Greeley, CO 80632
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