First Half: February 28 Second Half: June 15 Full Payment: April 30
Pay or view property taxes for Real and Personal Property.
Go Paperless! You will need a code to register, found in the original 2020 Tax Notice or call our office to retrieve code.
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Property taxes may be paid online, by county drop box, via mail or in person at the Summit County Courthouse, 208 E. Lincoln Ave., Breckenridge. If you have a home mortgage, verify with your mortgage lender if they will pay your property taxes prior to submitting payment.
To pay your property taxes online, visit our online payment portal. Property tax payments can be made through the online portal with a credit card (Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover) or a checking account. Third party fees apply ($1.00 e-check, cards 2.25% + $0.75 transaction fee)
Drop Box Locations
Drop your payments in the voter drop boxes at various locations around the county (do not drop off cash).
Use included envelopes in your tax notice. Pre-addressed to Summit County Treasurer Lockbox c/o Alpine Bank, PO Box 3918, Grand Junction CO 81502. When using the envelopes included with your tax notice please make sure to include the coupon(s) with your payment.
Payments by Mail or in Person
To submit your property tax payment by mail, make checks payable to "Summit County Treasurer" Pay by Mail (USPS):PO Box 289, Breckenridge CO 80424 In Person/Overnight (FedEx/UPS):208 E. Lincoln Ave., Breckenridge, CO 80424
When property tax payments are not submitted by the due date listed on the bill, a 1% interest charge accrues the day after the payment deadline. Unpaid taxes on real property are sold in October at our Tax Lien Sale. Contact the Treasurer's Office to obtain information to redeem tax lien.
Electronic Tax Notices
To receive property tax notices via email, rather than through U.S. Mail, register through our online portal. If you sign up for electronic notices, you will no longer receive Summit County property tax notices via mail, regardless of whether you pay your property taxes or your mortgage company does.
Property Tax Payment Archive
To verify remaining balance due, view transaction history and tax notices from 2009-current visit our property tax archive.
Mailing Address Changes
Notify the Assessor's Office of an address change. It is the responsibility of the property owner to provide the Summit County Assessor's Office with any changes to mailing addresses for property tax notices.