Treasurer

Treasurer & Public Trustee

Deputy Treasurer

Cheryl Bloom cbloom@jacksoncountyco.gov

Contact Us

PO Box 458
396 Lafever Street
Walden CO 80480

Phone: 970-723-4220

Checks Payable to:

Jackson County Treasurer

Hours: Mon-Fri 830a-430p, closed 12-1

State Statute Notice

Per State Statute, failure to receive a property tax statement does not exempt the taxpayer from timely payment of taxes. If you do not receive a tax notice by the first week of February, please contact our office. Failure of any person to receive such a statement shall not preclude collection by the Treasurer of the amount of taxes due and payable. C.R.S. 39-10-103, as amended.

Property Taxes become due on January 1 for the previous year. Payments may be paid in two equal installments or in one full installment; partial payments are not accepted.

FIRST HALF DUE: February 29
SECOND HALF DUE: June 15
FULL PAYMENT DUE: April 30

Property Tax Functions

Account Status:

Paid or unpaid, delinquent, total amount(s) due, outstanding special assessments, etc.

Use the Public User Login and search using the owner name, account ID number, etc.

You will need to have your Account ID number(s) available.

All major Credit Cards & e-checks are accepted. An additional fee will be applied.

Certification of Taxes Due (aka “Tax Cert”) – Title Companies

You will need your User Login and password to start. 

Cost is $10 – must have deposit on file

Scanned (.pdf) Tax Cert can be provided via e-mail, or the title company may receive directly from the web.

 

Watch this space for a link to a listing of County Held Liens that may be available in the near future.

General Information on the Colorado Property Tax Lien Process

The 2024 tax lien sale is scheduled for November 13, 2024, at 1:30 pm, in the Treasurer’s Office, located at 396 Lafever, Walden, CO 80480.

Jackson County has a 2% Lodging Tax that is collected by the state and redistributed to the county.

Public Trustee Fuctions

Foreclosures

Most Colorado home foreclosures are handled by the lender through the Public Trustee of the county where the property is located, following Colorado statutes governing the process.

Jackson County Public Trustee Foreclosure Sale General Information

Statement of  County Policies governing the conduct of Foreclosure Auction, bidding rules, the payment process, and so on:

Please review the above “Foreclosure Sale Policies” for details on how to participate in a foreclosure sale as a bidder.

Details on currently active Foreclosures in Jackson County are posted below.

Request for Release of Deed of Trust

Accepted by mail, in person, or Simplifile e-recording system ONLY.

Must be on the properly completed form

Forms & instructions available on the Colorado County Treasurer’s Association website