Montrose, CO— Legislative changes enacted by the Colorado Legislature to accommodate property tax relief will delay the certification of the County tax rolls. The new deadline for the tax roll certification is January 24, 2024. The reason for the delay is to give taxing authorities sufficient time to certify their mill levies and to give county assessors more time to gather data.
Please be aware that these changes do not alter the first-half payment due date, February 28, 2024. The Colorado Legislature chose not to extend the payment deadline to ensure that special districts like fire departments, school districts, health districts, hospitals, and other public entities have the revenue to continue to operate.
Once the tax roll process is complete, property owners will receive their statements by mail in early February. The property tax amount will be available after February 1st at https://montrosecounty.net/treasurer by clicking on SEARCH PROPERTY TAX RECORDS. Contact our office at 970 249-3565 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
MOVING –The Treasurer’s office along with the Assessor and GIS Offices will be moving to temporary locations in January. The Old Montrose County Courthouse will close for restorations beginning JANUARY 22, 2024.
- ASSESSOR and GIS Offices will reopen January 29, 2024 at 949 N 2nd Street (next to Friendship Hall)
- TREASURER and Public Trustee Offices will reopen February 5, 2024 at 1001 N 2nd Street (southwest entrance of Friendship Hall)