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Summit County Assessor's Office

Real Property Valuation

In the state of Colorado, real property is reappraised by County Assessors every two years in the odd-numbered years. 2021 is a reappraisal year. Notices of Valuation for real property are mailed on May 1* and are available online through the Notice of Valuation Archive Search. Find more information about how real property is valued on the Real Property Valuation page.

Personal Property Valuation

Business equipment and/or residential rental furnishings, per Colorado statute, are taxable personal property for anyone who owns a business or rents out their furnished residential property on a short term or long term basis. Personal property is reappraised annually. Notices of Valuation for personal property are mailed on June 15* and are available online through the Notice of Valuation Archive Search. Find more information about filing a declaration on the Personal Property Valuation page.


Property owners may appeal their value and/or classification each year within the statutory appeal dates. The Assessor's Office reviews the appeals and sends a Notice of Determination, which outlines the decision and further appeal rights. Find more information about deadlines and submittal on the Appeals page.

For inquiries about the valuation of a Commercial Improved property, please make an appointment with our Commercial Appraiser using the following link:

* When a deadline falls on the weekend or holiday, the taxpayer, as well as the government, has until the following business day to timely file.


Welcome to the Summit County Fiscal Office Auditor Division.

As Auditor, the county's Chief Fiscal Officer acts as the Chief Assessor, Chief Payroll Officer, and Sealer of Weights and Measures. These duties require the office to provide taxpayers, consumers, school districts and local governments a variety of services, all of which are part of this site. We are continually updating and expanding our website, so please e-mail us if you have any suggestions or comments.

The Finance Department performs the Auditor's statutory duties as Chief Fiscal Officer of the County and consists of four divisions: Accounting and Financial Reporting, Accounts Payable, Payroll, and Budget and Settlement.

The Accounting and Financial Reporting Division maintains the general ledger, prepares and files the Annual Comprehensive Financial Report (ACFR) and monthly budgetary reports for the County departments. The ACFR is submitted to the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada (GFOA) for their review and consideration for reporting awards. We are proud that the county's ACFR has received the GFOA's prestigious Certificate of Excellence for Achievement in Financial Reporting each year since 1988.

Our Accounts Payable Division is responsible for the timely payment of all non-payroll obligations of the county. They are responsible for the disbursement of more than $1 billion in funds that are received by the county each year. The Fiscal Officer is the bookkeeper for all county elected officials and county agencies such as Children Services. The Fiscal Officer also keeps books for outside agencies such as the park district and the county health department.

The Payroll Division is responsible for the bi-weekly processing of payroll and benefits for the county's nearly 4,000 employees.

The Budget and Tax Settlement Department assists in preparation of the general tax list of the county, calculates the voted and non-voted tax rates for the county and the 74 political subdivisions. Once such taxes are collected by and settled with the Treasurer Division, the tax receipts are distributed to the appropriate political subdivisions and agencies within the county.

We have excellent staff members who work in the Real Estate Division of the Fiscal Office to help you with Property Appraisals, Homestead Exemption, Real Estate Assessments, Estate Taxes, Personal Property Taxes, and Mobile Home Taxes. There are two major factors that influence the amount of real estate taxes a property owner owes: the value of the property as determined by the Fiscal Office Real Estate Department, and tax levies, most of which are decided by the voters.

The Fiscal Officer, along with the Prosecutor and the County Executive, serves on the Budget Commission.

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Fiscal Officer notifies property owners of Deed Scam - again

The Fiscal Office has announced that many companies are researching public records and writing to homeowners regarding purchasing a certified deed from them. Identified companies include State Record Retrieval Board and Property Transfer Service.

If you get a letter telling you to pay money to obtain a copy of your property deed, don’t pay. You do not have to use a private company to obtain a certified copy of the deed to your home.

You should have received a copy of your original deed shortly after the closing of your home. If you cannot find your deed, our office can provide a copy.

You can also mail a request. The cost of the copy is $4 as required by Ohio Revised Code; add $1.00 if you want the copy certified. Include a stamped, self-addressed envelope with your request. For more information call 330-643-2720.


Property Taxes

Payment Options 

Property taxes may be paid online, by county drop box, via mail or in person at the Summit County Courthouse, 208 E. Lincoln Ave., Breckenridge. If you have a home mortgage, verify with your mortgage lender if they will pay your property taxes prior to submitting payment. 


To pay your property taxes online, visit our online payment portal. Property tax payments can be made through the online portal with a credit card (Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover) or a checking account. Third party fees apply ($1.00 e-check, cards 2.25% + $0.75 transaction fee)   

Drop Box Locations

Drop your payments in the voter drop boxes at various locations around the county (do not drop off cash).  


Use included envelopes in your tax notice.  Pre-addressed to Summit County Treasurer Lockbox c/o Alpine Bank, PO Box 3918, Grand Junction CO 81502.  When using the envelopes included with your tax notice please make sure to include the coupon(s) with your payment.  

Payments by Mail or in Person

To submit your property tax payment by mail, make checks payable to "Summit County Treasurer" 
Pay by Mail (USPS): PO Box 289, Breckenridge CO 80424
In Person/Overnight (FedEx/UPS): 208 E. Lincoln Ave., Breckenridge, CO 80424

​​Late Payments

When property tax payments are not submitted by the due date listed on the bill, a 1% interest charge accrues the day after the payment deadline. Unpaid taxes on real property are sold in October at our Tax Lien Sale. Contact the Treasurer's Office to obtain information to redeem tax lien. 


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