- 2021 Reassessment & 2022 Intervening Year
2021 Reassessment & 2022 Intervening Year
Colorado law requires a two-year assessment cycle for all taxable real property. For tax years 2021 and 2022, the assessor is required to appraise all real property as of a June 30, 2020 level of value. The 2021 re-assessment Notices of Valuation were mailed to all real property owners on May 3, 2021 for the biennial reassessment. This Notice of Value reports the change in your property's value or classification from the prior year and informs you of your rights to appeal per Colorado statutes.
2021 Reassessment Sales Sheets are listed below, by geographical location. If you don't see the sales spreadsheet you need, please contact our office. Any questions or for PDF format call the Assessor's Office at (970) 870-5544. Files are in excel format. Free excel viewers are available online.
2022 is a non-reassessment (intervening) year. On May 2, 2022 only those accounts experiencing an 'unusual condition' were mailed a Notice of Value. For all other accounts, the 2021 Tax Notice mailed in January serves as the Notice of Value on those properties. An unusual condition includes demolition, new construction, replats, parcel splits or combines, updates to subdivider discounts, changes in a property’s use, etc. Absent these types of changes, the value of your property remains the same as the 2021 assessment.
2022 Appeal Public Notice - Published in the Steamboat Today Newspaper May 5, 2022
Colorado law requires the county assessor to hear objections to real property classifications and valuations from May 1 thru June 1. You can file an appeal to the assessor’s office by submitting your Notice of Value appeal form via email, letter, fax, or presented in person to our office. To file a timely appeal, objections to the valuation or classification of real property must be postmarked or received no later than June 1, 2022. The assessor must make a decision concerning all filed appeals and mail a written Notice of Determination by June 30, 2022.
We will be glad to talk with you and explain or provide the appraisal analysis that was used to determine your property’s value. This appeal period provides an opportunity for taxpayers to inform the assessor of errors in classification, property description, or other discrepancies that may result in a reduction in value or a change in classification. Property values, building characteristics, and sales reports can also be queried by going to the county’s web site 'Public Search' and the “Assessor's Property Search” link.
A copy of the 2022 Notice of Value is available for download from your property account on the 'Property Search' page under 'Documents' within your account. The appeal form can be found on the Notice of Value that was mailed to you. If you did not receive a 2022 Notice of Value and would like to appeal your 2022 value, please use this Appeal Form.
Please contact us if you need assistance. 970-870-5544 or Email Staff
2021 Public Notice - Steamboat Today Newspaper, May 5, 2021 - 2021 Notice of Value Questions and Answers
2021 Re-Assessment Sale Spreadsheets
Steamboat Area - Residential:
Steamboat Springs Improved Steamboat Springs Vacant Land
Condo/Townhome, Duplex-Triplex Condo-Townhomes - Small Complexes (CT23)
Steamboat Springs Condo and Townhome - Large Complexes
Commercial Improved Commercial Vacant Land
South Routt Towns, Hayden and Milner:
South Routt Towns (Oak Creek, Phippsburg, Yampa) - Improved Residential
Hayden, Oak Creek, Phippsburg and Yampa - Vacant Land
Miscellaneous & Outlying Areas - Residential:
West End Subdivisions and 10-Mile Radius of City of Steamboat_Improved
West End Subdivisions and 10-Mile Radius of City of Steamboat_Vacant Land
Stagecoach Improved Stagecoach Vacant Land
Outlying Areas Improved - beyond 10-mile radius Outlying Areas Vacant Land