As we prepare for the coming property tax year, we are unable to accept online payments for delinquent property taxes. We anticipate online payment availability for property taxes will resume in January 2022.
You have the option to pay your real estate taxes and your business personal property tax in one full payment, or in first- and second-half installments (except for parcels where the total taxes owed is $25 or less, in which case, only the full payment option is available). See below for late payment options.
Please Note: Debit card payments that require a PIN cannot be accepted online. If you wish to make a payment with your PIN debit card please visit us at 201 West Colfax Avenue, Denver, CO 80202.
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We accept VISA, MasterCard, Discover and eCheck.
$25.00 or Less Taxes Owed Payments - Installment payments are not available for those whose total taxes owed is $25.00 or less, full payment of taxes is required.
Service Lien and Maintenance District Payments - Installment payments are not allowed on service lien and maintenance district payments. If you are paying a service lien or maintenance payment you will see the full amount due when you select one of the payment options above.
Local Improvement Project Fee Payments - Installment payments for local improvement project fees may be made online by selecting one of the payment options above. If you would like to make a full payment call (720) 913-9500 to obtain the payoff amount.
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Is your payment larger than a typical transaction? Notify your bank. We suggest notifying your bank prior to any payment attempts to ensure your payment is not rejected. If you are experiencing trouble making a payment with a credit or debit card, you may need to notify your bank of a higher than normal payment amount.