The Assessor’s Office is responsible for valuing all real and personal property, including mobile homes, residential and commercial properties, and agricultural land. These valuations ensure that each taxpayer is assessed the appropriate amount of property taxes.
2021 Appeal Announcement
On May 1, 2021 real property valuation appeals with the Assessor’s office begin. Real property value in Colorado is determined on a two-year cycle and 2021 real property value reflects market data as of June 30, 2020. All property owners will receive a Notice of Value this May.
By Colorado law, the 2021 real property value is based on June 30, 2020 market data. We cannot accept appeals based on taxes or effects on property value due to the pandemic crisis. Real property values for the 2021 reappraisal will be based on market data as of June 30, 2020 absent legislative change.
The Assessors’ Office will be open to the public during the month of May for protest by appointment only. The taxpayer may mail, fax, or email the protest and documentation. Also you are responsible to get confirmation that we received the protest.
Assessor PO Box 506 Telluride, CO 81435
The Assessor is an elected position. Peggy Kanter was first elected in 1978 and is next up for election in 2022. She was elected "Assessor of the Year" in 2007.
Visit the Colorado Department of Local Affairs website to learn more about the Colorado Department of Property Taxation. Here you will find information about understanding property taxes, property valuation and taxation for business and industry, senior citizen and disabled veterans property tax exemptions, and how agricultural property is valued.
2021 is a reassessment year, therefore all property owners will receive a notice of valuation (NOV). Notices of Valuation will be mailed May 1. The month of May is every taxpayer’s opportunity to protest their parcel’s valuation and/or classification. The County Assessor has answered a few of your questions in a Letter to the Editor about the valuation process.