Treasurer

Contact Us

  • Phone: 970-328-8860
    Fax: 970-328-8879

    Treasurer
    500 Broadway, Suite 106
    P.O. Box 479
    Eagle CO 81631 

    treasurer@eaglecounty.us


Important Dates

January
Warrant roll is certified by the Assessor to the Treasurer for the previous year. Tax notices are mailed to the owner of record.

February 28
First half tax payment is due. Payment must be received by the Treasurer's Office or must be postmarked by the February 28. Interest will be due at 1 percent per month for all first half payments not postmarked by the deadline.

April 30
Full tax payment is due. Payment must be received by the Treasurer's Office or must be postmarked by April 30. Interest will be due at 1 percent per month for all full payments not postmarked by the deadline.

June 15
Second half tax payment is due. Payment must be received by the Treasurer's Office or must be postmarked by June 15. Interest will be due at 1 percent per month for all second half payments not postmarked by the deadline.

July
Delinquent tax notices are mailed to the owner of record.

If a lien has been sold for unpaid prior year taxes and the current year taxes are delinquent, the investor will be allowed to pay current tax thus adding to that lien certificate. This is known as an endorsement. To avoid this, payment must be received by August 1.

July 31
Delinquent tax notice due date, payment must be received by the Treasurer’s Office or must be postmarked by July 31 to avoid additional interest and fees.

August
Phone calls will be made on delinquent personal property and mobile home taxes.

September
Delinquent personal property and mobile home taxes will be advertised in the newspaper, adding additional fees to the account.

Personal property and mobile home taxes that remain unpaid as of this date will be subject to having a distraint served by the Sheriff.

Phone calls will be made on delinquent real property taxes.

October
Real estate taxes that remain unpaid will be listed in a newspaper publication four weeks prior to the tax lien sale and advertised for three consecutive weeks.

Distraint warrants will be served by the Sheriff's Office to all personal property and mobile home accounts with delinquent taxes.

November
Real Estate Tax Lien Sale – Date varies from year to year, but is usually the first or second Wednesday of November.  All real property and mobile home taxes that are still delinquent at the end of October will be sold at the tax lien sale.

Mid to Late December
The Board of County Commissioners certifies the Tax Roll. They also establish the mill levy for the property tax collection. Property taxes are collected one year in arrears.


Note: If a due date falls on a holiday or weekend, payments will be accepted on the following business day with no delinquent interest.

Redemption of Taxes: Tax redemption payments (payment of delinquent taxes that have gone to tax sale) must be received by the Treasurer's Office on or before the last business day of the month, must be cash or certified funds and must be from the owner of record.