What is the property tax rate in El Paso County Colorado?

Colorado Property Tax Rates

County Median Home Value Average Effective Property Tax Rate
Elbert County $425,500 0.47%
El Paso County $254,300 0.48%
Fremont County $163,300 0.44%
Garfield County $337,900 0.39%

Where do I pay property taxes in El Paso County?

Payments & documents may be deposited in the secure ballot box near the East entrance of the Citizen Service Center, or in the secure drop box at the entrance to our office.

  • Current tax payments for all property types may be made by debit or credit by phoning (719)520-7900.
  • How are El Paso County property taxes calculated?

    Property tax is calculated by multiplying the property’s assessed value by the millage rates applicable to it and is an estimate of what an owner not benefiting from any exemptions would pay. The rates are expressed as millages (i.e the actual rates multiplied by 1000).

    What county in Colorado has the highest taxes?

    Arapahoe County
    Residents of Arapahoe County pay highest average property taxes in Colorado. Arapahoe County residents on average paid $1,864 annually in property taxes, the highest such tax levies among all regions of Colorado, according to a new Tax Foundation analysis.

    Which county in Colorado has the lowest property taxes?

    Douglas County collects the highest property tax in Colorado, levying an average of $2,590.00 (0.76% of median home value) yearly in property taxes, while Costilla County has the lowest property tax in the state, collecting an average tax of $317.00 (0.3% of median home value) per year.

    Where are the cheapest property taxes in Colorado?

    5 States with the lowest property taxes

    1. Hawaii. Property tax rate .28% Median home price $702,288.
    2. Alabama. Property tax rate .41% Median home price $165,334.
    3. Colorado. Property tax rate .51% Median home price $345,000.
    4. Louisiana. Property tax rate .55% Median home price $183,101.
    5. District of Columbia. Property tax rate .56%

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