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Assessor
About The Assessor
Colorado state statutes require county assessors to place a value on all property. Colorado law stresses fairness, and all county assessors, including Broomfield’s, are bound by the law.

Personal Property Protest
The personal property Notices of Valuation will be mailed around June 14 this year. The owner or agent on the account may protest up to the June 30 deadline. Protests must be received or postmarked on or before June 30, 2013.
The Notices of Determination will be mailed on or before July 10. The Notice of Determination outlines the process for continuing the appeal and it states that the owner or agent has until July 20 to appeal to the Board of Equalization. 

2013 Reappraisal Value
2013 is a reappraisal year. In a reappraisal year, state statutes require all assessors to revalue all properties. All real property owners will receive a Notice of Value in May 2013. The market approach to value must be used to determine the value of residential properties. State statute requires that the market value of a home is to be determined by sales of comparable residential properties that occurred from July 2010 to June 30, 2012, for the 2013 reappraisal and the 2014 intervening year.

Protesting Value
By Colorado statute, only sales from July 2010 to June 30, 2012 can be used to protest the value. Qualified comparable sales can be accessed in the left hand column, under Comparable Sales. Please click on the title. Sales are listed by subdivision. Click on the subdivision to open the sales information. Also, a sales may be viewed on public computers in the Central Records Office at the City and County Building at:
1 DesCombes Drive
Broomfield, CO 80020

Sales that have occurred after June 30, 2012 can not be used to protest a value. Listings can not be used to protest the value. Sales that have occurred after July 1, 2012 will be used in the 2015 reappraisal.

More Reappraisal Information
One way to view reappraisal information is to view the Notices of Value page, located in the left hand column.

Senior Exemption
There are approximately 1,200 properties in Broomfield that qualify for the Senior Exemption. For those who qualify, 50 percent of the first $200,000 in actual value of their primary residence is exempted. Unless the General Assembly makes further changes to statute, the Senior Citizen Property Tax Exemption is scheduled to return for tax year 2012, payable in 2013.

More Information
For more information, please contact the Central Records Office at 303.464.5819.


Director of Assessor Department
assessor@broomfield.org

Ph: 303.464.5819
Fx: 303.438.6252

Central Records Office

City and County Building
1 DesCombes Drive
Broomfield, CO 80020

Ph: 303.464.5819