Due to increasing concerns over the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and in an effort to be pro-active, the Pueblo County Assessor's office will close its doors to foot-traffic from the general public beginning Monday, March 16th. Until further notice, business will be conducted via telephone, e-mail, fax and USPS mail. At this time of uncertainty this is a precautionary measure taken to help prevent any spread of the virus in the workplace. Below is a list of contact information for our office.
For all inquiries during regular business hours please call (719) 583-6597
For calls after regular business hours or if you would like to leave a voice message, dial (719) 583-6615
Send all inquiries via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
For all inquiries and document returns via fax, dial (719) 583-6600
General office information and related forms can be found at: https://county.pueblo.org/assessor/assessor-home
All correspondence via USPS mail can be sent to:
Pueblo County Assessor
215 W 10th Street
Pueblo, CO 81003
We are committed to serving the public and strive to provide outstanding customer service. We will update our status regularly and thank the public in advance for their cooperation.
Value all real and personal property within Pueblo County for tax purposes, and maintains, keeps, and gathers all property records in Pueblo County (ownership, legals, lot sizes, etc).
Value all real and personal property within Pueblo County for tax purposes.
Maintain, keep, and gather all property records in Pueblo County (ownership, legals, lot sizes, etc).
In Person, Phone or Fax: May 1, 2020 – June 1, 2020
By Mail: Must be postmarked by June 1, 2020
2020 is a intervening year in the State of Colorado.
The protest period for 2020 valuations will begin May 1st of this year and will continue for the entire month of May. You can still protest your valuation at that time. A protest is not a complaint about higher taxes. It is an attempt to prove that the estimated market value placed on your property is either inaccurate or unfair.
Pursuant to Colorado State General Property Tax Law, the duty of the Assessor is to “discover, list, and value” all real property. The Assessor’s Office is required to appraise all real property and to estimate the value for ad valorem taxation purposes.
Land and Improvements: Colorado statute define Improvements as “all structures, buildings, fixtures, fences, and water rights erected upon or affixed to land, whether or not title to such land has been acquired.” 39-1-102(7), C.R.S.
The Personal Property Tax: The Colorado personal property tax is a levy on personal property used in a business or organization. The procedure for applying this tax is similar to that used for real property. The Assessor estimates a value for the property and consolidates the levies; the Treasurer then mails a tax bill to the property owner.