Summit County Assessor's Office
The Assessor’s Office is charged with discovering, listing, classifying and assessing all real and personal property, including residential and commercial properties, mobile homes, agricultural land, and business personal property.
Some of you may be wondering if it's really necessary to return the legal sized pink and/or yellow Personal Property Declarations received in the mail. YES, you must complete the declaration and return it to our office by April 15th*. Please feel free to call our office with questions in completing the form.
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. Notices of Valuation for personal property are mailed on June 15th* and are available online through the Notice of Valuation Archive Search. Find more information about filing a declaration on the Personal Property Valuation page.
2023 is a reappraisal year, therefore all property owners will receive a notice of valuation (NOV). Notices of Valuation will be mailed May 1st and are available online through the Notice of Valuation Archive Search. The month of May is every taxpayer’s opportunity to appeal their parcel’s valuation and/or classification with the Assessor’s office.
Real property value in Colorado is determined on a two-year cycle and 2023 real property value reflects market data as of June 30, 2022. The property owner or their registered agent may submit their protest and documentation via mail, email, hand-delivery, or via our online portal. Find more information about deadlines and submittal on the Appeals page.
The Assessor is an elected position. Lisa Marie Eurich was elected in the fall of 2022 and will be up for re-election in 2026.