Assessor Forms

Abatement Forms - The abatement process is used to correct taxes that have been levied erroneously or illegally due to erroneous valuation for assessment, irregularity in levying, clerical error, or overvaluation.

Business Property Declarations - The deadline on these forms is April 15th. If you would like to file an electronic declaration for your company and you haven’t already received a spreadsheet from us, please call (970) 400-3650.

Change of Mailing Address - To update the mailing address for your property, submit the Change of Address form to the Assessor’s office.

Transfer of Ownership - The types of documents that can change ownership on a real property account include (but are not limited to): a deed, a manufactured home title, a court order, or a death certificate.  The document must be recorded with the Clerk and Recorder in order for our office to complete the name change.

Combine Parcel Request - Written request for property owners to combine multiply properties into one tax notice must meet certain guidelines before processing.

Land - In order to correctly classify and value land, it is beneficial to receive additional information from property owners.  
Submit the Agricultural Questionnaire and the Vacant Land Questionnaire to our office.

Manufactured Homes - For the following forms, the term “manufactured home” refers to mobile homes, trailer houses, and manufactured homes.

Movable Equipment Certification - This form verifies that movable equipment has a current year property tax assessment and allows the equipment to pass through check stations.

Senior Property Tax Exemption - For those who qualify, 50 percent of the first $200,000 of actual value of the property is exempted. The state will pay the exempted property tax.

Disabled Veteran Property Tax Exemption - For disabled veterans who qualify, 50 percent of the first  $200,000 of actual value of the veteran’s primary residence is exempted. The state will reimburse the county treasurer for the lost revenue. The exemption is effective January 1, 2007, on property tax bills sent beginning in 2008. Owners of multiple residences may only designate one property as their primary residence.