Property Tax Late Interest Waived Through April 20!
Treasury will waive 100 percent late payment interest for installment payments that were late as of March 20, 2020. Any property owners who paid the late interest on or after March 20 will receive a reimbursement. The waiver will last for the full 30 days authorized and will end on April 20.
Read more about it in the full press release.
The Treasury Division collects, records, and deposits all City and County of Denver taxes and other City revenues, and ensures compliance with all applicable tax law.
The primary activities of the division include:
Explore our FAQ page for commonly-requested information on property taxes, business taxes, e-911 and other Treasury functions.
Did you receive a 1099 form from the City and County of Denver?
For questions regarding a 1099 issued by the City and County of Denver, email us at AccountPayable.Help@denvergov.org.
In-Person Taxpayer Services Suspended!
Denver Tax Payer Services is suspending in-person service as of Monday, March 23 until further notice. Online and mail transactions remain available seven days a week.
Calling Taxpayer Services may experience long wait times due to the suspension of in-person service availability. Please email email@example.com with your message and we will return your questions electronically or schedule to return your call at our earliest opportunity.
Due to the State of Emergency and Stay at Home order, The Denver Department of Finance (DOF) will waive the 15% penalty for late payment of February and March sales, use, and occupational privilege taxes due March 20, March 31, April 20, and April 30 2020. The return must be filed and funds remitted within 30 days of the due date. This waiver does not include a waiver of the statutory one-percent interest, so we suggest payments are made as timely as possible via the mechanisms noted below.
Excise tax transactions (Sales, Use, Lodgers, OPT, TBT, E911, TID), including account registration, tax return filing, and tax return payments can be made at Denvergov.org/ebiztax
Real estate property taxes or business personal property tax payments can be made at Denvergov.org/property
Mail and Drop-Off Box options:
Excise tax returns and payments and property tax payments can be mailed to the addresses printed on the returns
All tax return and tax payment checks can be paid by check only (NO CASH) through the secure 24-hour Ballot Drop-Off Box located outside the Court Place entrance of the Wellington E. Webb Municipal Office Building
Cash payments are suspended until further notice. Credit card payments must be made online using the links listed above.
Learn more about the City and County of Denver’s response to COVID-19.
Pay your property taxes online, make payments for service lien, maintenance district, and local improvement project fee payments, find out when property tax payments are due, search for real and personal property tax records, and find the methods of payment accepted by the City and County of Denver.
File and pay your taxes online, find out about the various business taxes that the City and County administers and collects and obtain registration forms and tax returns.
Find out if you qualify, download the application, and locate available help. The program is available for qualifying Denver residents who are income limited and: