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The Treasurer is responsible for mailing property tax notices; collecting, appropriating and disbursing taxes to the taxing authorities; receiving and depositing all monies for Routt County; disbursing monies upon order of the Board of Commissioners; and investing all excess funds.

  • We are responsible for all internal and external banking relationships. All deposits through the county are handled through the Treasurer’s office with the exception of a portion from the Routt County Sheriff.
  • We manage the County’s investment portfolio in accordance with Colorado State Statutes and the Routt County Investment Policy with the focus being safety and liquidity before yield.
  • We offer an online sale of tax liens, process abatements' and monitor bankruptcy proceedings.
  • Most importantly, we are here to serve you, the citizens of Routt County.

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 28
  • SECOND HALF DUE: June 15
  • FULL PAYMENT DUE: April 30

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 statement shall not preclude collection by the Treasurer of the amount of taxes due and payable. C.R.S. 39-10-103, as amended.  

 environmental-friendly-logo-90F2E54F33-seeklogo.comAs part of our office's commitment to being environmentally friendly and simplifying tax payment processes for our residents, Routt County offers an electronic tax notice option that allows residents to receive their future tax notices electr onically to a designated email address.  To sign up for Electronic Tax Notice (paperless billing), please complete this address change form .