Starting June 1, many City and County of Broomfield services will offer walk-in, by appointment, or virtual services —or all three—for the convenience and safety of residents. Please note many, if not all, services are also available online via self-service, or over the phone.
Access facility hours, online services and ways to make appointments at Broomfield.org/FindMyService
Make your payment by dropping it in the drop-box at 1 Des Combes Dr, or by mailing it to PO Box 407, Broomfield, CO 80038, or you can call our office at (303)464-5810 with any questions.
Responsibilities & Services
The County Treasurer's Office is responsible for the collection and distribution of property taxes and the investment and reconciliation of all county funds. In the new City and County of Broomfield, the functions of the County Treasurer's Office are split between the finance director, Brenda Richey, and the revenue manager, Kimberly Pfeifer. The finance director is responsible for investments and reconciliation, as well as Retirement Board activities. The treasurer handles the billing, collection and distribution of property taxes.
Property Tax Payment Dates and Options
Property taxes may be paid in full or by halves without interest by the following dates.
- Full Payment: April 30
- First Half: February 28
- Second Half: June 15
You may make the above timely payment by cash, check, eCheck or credit card. There will be a 2.50% fee charged by the provider if you choose the credit card option or a $2.50 fee for eCheck. Please note, there is a $200,000 limit for payments made online. To pay by eCheck or credit card please access the online payment website. Call up your account, and choose an appropriate button (“Pay by Credit Card” or “Pay by eCheck”).
If paying after these dates, refer to the chart below or call us at 303.438.6390 for updated figures.
Penalties for Late Payments
|Month Paid||Feb. 28 - Half Tax Option|
|June 15 - Half Tax Option|
(Full Tax Option*)
*Note: Total taxes less than $25 must be paid using the full tax option.
Statutory Reference: 39-10-102, Colorado Revised Statutes
Certificate of Taxes Due
A Certificate of Taxes Due is a certification that all property taxes have been paid on a property except those shown on the certificate as still due. This assures the purchaser of the certificate that there will be no hidden surprises such as prior year delinquent taxes not shown on the tax rolls. If such a case occurs, the City and County of Broomfield will take care of any taxes that were omitted from the certificate.
- Statutory Reference: 39-10-115, Colorado Revised Statutes
- When are property taxes due?
- When should I receive my property tax notice?
- Where do I pay my property taxes?
- What should I do if don't receive a property tax notice?
- My mortgage company is supposed to pay my property taxes. Why did I get the tax notice and what should I do with it?
- Will Broomfield send second half notices?
- What do my property taxes pay for?
- I can't afford to pay my property taxes on time. What should I do?
- How are my property taxes calculated?
- Who sets the value for my property?
- What is a mill levy and how is it figured?
- What can I do to lower my property taxes?
- Are property taxes paid in arrears?