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Board of Equalization

 

Taxpayers, or their authorized representatives, may appeal the El Paso County Assessor’s determination of value by July 15 for real property and July 20 for personal property.  Hearings on appeals are scheduled by the Clerk to the BoCC during the month of July annually.

Independent referees conduct the hearings and may make adjustments to the value. A final written decision is mailed to the taxpayer within five business days following the hearing. These decisions can be further appealed to either the District Court, Binding Arbitration or the Board of Assessment Appeals.

The El Paso County Assessor’s Office website has tools to assist taxpayers who want to research property values in their neighborhoods.

The 2017 Board of Equalization Appeals Process has concluded.

El Paso County Assessor