The Treasurer's Office is responsible for the collection of all real estate, personal property, manufactured housing and state assessed taxes. We are located on the first floor of the County Courthouse, at 215 W. 10th St, Pueblo, CO 81003. Our office hours are 8 am to 4:30 pm Monday through Friday, except legal Holidays or those days designated by the Board of County Commissioners.  For more information, please contact us directly at the numbers below.

  (719) 583-6015 - Telephone                                          (719) 583-6526 - Fax

Within the Treasurer's Office, there are six departments:

Redemption Department -  (719) 583-6689,  (719) 583-6528 or (719) 583-6015

  • Processes Redemption (delinquent tax) payments

  • Processes assignments

  • Accepts and applies endorsements from Taxbuyers

  • Manages all matters related to tax lien sales

  • Manages the Tax Deferral program for the elderly

Personal Property/Bankruptcy - (719) 583-6532

  • Enforces Collection of Personal Property (Business) taxes

  • Prepares/Serves distraints on delinquent Personal Property Accounts

  • Prepares and refers delinquent accounts to collection agency

  • Prepares/Processes claims for taxes on all bankruptcies

Revenue Department - (719) 583-6690

  • Processes tax payments

  • Processes abatements and cancellations

  • Balances tax collections

  • Prepare and mail yearly and delinquent tax statements to taxpayers

  • Receives deposits from all County Departments

  • Manages all matters related to Special District and Special Improvements

Tax Certification/Manufactured Home Department - (719) 583-6682

  • Issues moving permits

  • Prepares/Signs Mobile Home Purge Documents

  • Issues Tax Certifications/ Authentications

  • Manages all matters related to Manufactured Housing tax lien sales

  • Issues Tax Certifications for Title Companies and Lending Institutions

Accounting Department - (719) 583-6021, (719) 583-6531 or (719)583-6693

  • Prepares & Maintains revenue receipts and disbursement of all the various funds in the custody of the County Treasurer as mandated by statute.

  • Monitors the activity of these funds daily and reconciles them monthly to a master ledger

  • Pay entities on a monthly basis

  • Investment of County funds consistent with safety and liquidity

  • Prepare annual and semi-annual reports

  • Prepares monthly reports for Board of County Commissioners

Treasurer's Deed Department -  (719) 583-6023, (719) 583-6694 or (719) 583-6527

  • Receives applications from tax lien buyers for Treasurer's Deeds

  • Manages all matters related to the issuance of a Treasurer's Deed