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Location: Pitkin County Courthouse506 E. Main St Ste 202, Aspen CO 81611
Notices of Valuation for real property are mailed on May 1st in odd years. Notices of Valuation for personal property are mailed on June 14th in odd years.
Calculating taxes in Colorado:Residential Properties ~Actual Value x Assessment Rate of 7.96% = Assessed ValueAssessed Value x Mill Levy = Tax Amount
Non-Residential Properties ~Actual Value x Assessment Rate of 29% = Assessed ValueAssessed Value x Mill Levy = Tax Amount
Example ~If you have $1,000,000 actual value of real property and the mill levy is 45, what will the taxes be?$1,000,000 x 0.0796 = 79,60079,600 x 0.045 = $3,582 tax amount
The Assessor researches each individual property's legal and physical condition on January 1 to determine their status for that tax year. Status is . The tax notice received next January will be based on this status.
The appraisal date is the date of valuation and all comparable sales must be trended to this date.
In order to access more information than a simple property search, the Assessor is charging $35 per month or $350 per year to be able to access downloadable online reports and queries. Subscriptions can be paid by credit card by calling 970-920-5160. Our office will then assign you a unique name and password for access.