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8999 Independence Way | Suite 104
Alamosa, Colorado | 81101
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NEWS: 2020 Property Tax Payment Dates and Information before, during and after COVID19 (3/25/2020)
Property Tax Payment Dates per state statute 39-10-104.5
Property taxes are due January 1st for the previous year. Payment may be paid in two equal installments or in one full installment.
Half Payment Option Deadlines
First Half: February 29, 2020
Second Half: June 15, 2020
Full Payment Option Deadline
April 30, 2020
When the tax amount is twenty-five dollars ($25.00) or less the half-payment does not apply, therefore a single payment must be received by April 30. Payments bearing U.S. postmarks reflective of these dates are acceptable. According to CRS-39-10-104.5 interest accrues at 1% per month.
DURING THE 2020 COVID19 PANDEMIC Governor Polis issued Executive Order (EO) D 2020 012 on March 11, 2020 which allows the Alamosa County Treasurer to suspend or waive delinquent interest that may accrue pursuant to the provisions of § 39-10-104.5 In order to assist those in our community who may be in an economic downturn, Alamosa County has made the decision to waive interest on late payments through July 31, 2020. Alamosa County encourages those who can to continue following the appropriate tax deadline dates above. If you have questions please call the Treasurer’s office to discuss what this means for you or to discuss payment arrangements.
All advertising and distraint deadlines and fees associated with delinquent taxes before tax sale still apply. Delinquent advertising in the Valley Courier will still occur per the deadline in September with the tax lien sale to be held in November.
The Treasurer is an elected official, serving a four year term of office, and is responsible for collecting property taxes, and disbursing taxes to the taxing authorities (school districts, cities/towns, the county, special districts, etc.)
The Public Trustee is obligated to follow Colorado State Statutes in the functions of the office.
Article XIV, Sec. 8 of the Constitution of the State of Colorado is the authority by which the Treasurer operates. Activities of the office are directed by the Legislature of the State of Colorado through Statutes.