Property Tax Payment

Colorado Revised Statutes mandate that the Treasurer mail the Property Tax Notice to the owner of record, as their name and address are listed on the Tax Roll certified by the County Assessor. Therefore, your mortgage company does not receive a copy of the Property Tax Statement. Most mortgage companies perform their own research on the property taxes they are responsible for by your contractual agreement. If you feel your mortgage company needs a copy of your Property Tax Statement, simply send them a photocopy or contact the Treasurer's Office for an additional copy. The fee is $2.00.

If you and your mortgage company submit payment, the Treasurer will process the first payment received and return the subsequent payment to the paying party. The Treasurer does not hold or apply additional monies. For further mortgage company payment information contact the Treasurer's Office at (970) 870-5555, or via email.


To check and see if your payment has been processed,  view tax history, print additional tax notices, print tax payment receipts, please click here to visit your Online Tax Account

Pay Online January 31st- August 31st. Additional processing fees may apply.


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Online payments are available from January 31st through August 31st  - Payments will be recorded as paid on the date submitted, but it may not be reflected in your bank or credit card account for 1-2 business days and may not be posted to the property tax record for 2-4 business days. Duplicate payments will result in duplicate process fees.

**The Treasurer does NOT determine the amount of tax to be collected. For more information on the value of your property or the amount of the taxes collected, please contact the Routt County Assessor’s Office.

Payment Options

Tax Payments can be made Online, Dropped Off in 24-Hour Drop Box, In person, or By Mail.

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: February 29th
  • SECOND HALF: June 17th
  • FULL PAYMENT: April 30th

All Late Payments must include 1% interest the day after a deadline and an additional 1% interest at the start of each calendar month.  Late payments received without interest will be returned.

If the total property tax amount is $25.00 or less, the half-payment option is not allowed, therefore a single payment must be postmarked by the full payment due date referenced above.

Only HALF or FULL payments will be accepted. Partial payments are not acceptable. Certified funds in the form of cashier’s checks or money orders are REQUIRED for all payments beginning September 1st. 

If your payment is postmarked after the due dates referenced below, your payment may be rejected and delinquent interest will be added to the tax amount.

Pay Online

 

  •  Use Credit/Debit OR E-Check to make your payment 


Online payments are available from January 31st through August 31st  - Payments will be recorded as paid on the date submitted, but it may not be reflected in your bank or credit card account for 1-2 business days and may not be posted to the property tax record for 2-4 business days. Duplicate payments will result in duplicate process fees.

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For prior year payment receipts and tax account information.... 

  • View copies of your Bills
  • Enroll in Paperless Billing

Tax Account Information



Using a Bank to Pay through Bill Pay

Current taxes may be paid with your online banking service, often referred to as "Bill Pay." Make sure to include your property tax schedule number with the payment. Please allow up to two weeks for bank processing and submission of the payment to our office. Take this delay into account for property tax payments near our deadlines. Payments not received timely will be returned and additional interest will be due.

*Bill Pay Payments received after the due date will accrue interest beginning the day following the due date.


Pay by Mail 

Please write the account number in the memo line of your check, enclose the appropriate payment coupon, and return it in the enclosed envelope.  

Make check payable to Routt County Treasurer for the exact amount due. Checks must be U.S. funds and drawn on a U.S. Bank. 

  • Be sure to include your tax coupon and write your account number on your check. 
  • Be sure to include the interest if you are paying after the deadline.

Mail Payments to:

Routt County Treasurer

522 Lincoln Avenue, Suite 22

Steamboat Springs, CO 80487

 

Dropped off in our 24-Hour Tax Payment Box 

Located adjacent to the ballot drop off box located in the alleyway behind the historic, downtown Courthouse at 522 Lincoln Avenue in Steamboat Springs, CO or in the Green Tax Payment box outside the Treasurer’s Office door, Suite 22 in the historic, downtown Courthouse, clearly marked "TAX PAYMENTS." 

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* If the payment is being made as a draw from your checking or savings account, it can be rejected by your financial institution even after the payment process is completed on the following payment page. Please monitor your account for the next few days to ensure that the funds are withdrawn.
* If the payment is returned unpaid by your bank, financial institution, or credit card provider for any reason, you may be assessed applicable late or administrative fees as well as any other applicable handling fees. All charges and terms and conditions are subject to change.
* Refunds of overpayments and/or duplicate payments may be made by issuing physical checks. It is necessary to specify the account holder name - or credit card holder name - and address correctly when making the payment in order to receive refunds.

Payments received after either options' deadline will accrue interest beginning the day following the deadlines. For example, if half of the payment due is not received by February 28, and full payment is not posted thereafter by April 30, delinquent interest will be charged on the first half which then becomes past due as of March 1. This only applies if the taxpayer pays half of the tax bill anytime before June 15. If the full payment is made after April 30, interest will begin to accrue as of May 1st and then on the first day of each subsequent month.

If your tax payment made by credit card, check or e-check is returned unpaid for any reason by your financial institution, your tax obligation will change from paid status to unpaid (outstanding), and will be subject to applicable late payment penalties and costs, if the payment is delinquent.  

A $30.00 non-sufficient funds/returned payment fee is passed on to all returned payments.    

Delinquent Interest ChartInterest must be included with all late payments made after April 30th. It may be easiest to contact us at 970-870-5555 for the correct amount, or calculate

Understanding Property Taxes-additional information regarding property taxes.

Additional Information and Help


If you believe your payment was made incorrectly, or if you need more information, call the Routt County Treasurer’s Office at 970-870-5555, email staff your inquiry or write us at the address listed on our website.
  
We are not responsible for late fees due to payments not received if the website is down.