Who sets the mill levy?
Mill levies are set each year by taxing authorities. The authorities include school districts, the county, cities, fire, water and sanitation districts, and others. These entities provide tax-supported services and are listed on your last tax notice.

The Colorado Constitution only allows taxing authorities to raise mill levies if an increase in the mill levy is approved by voters.

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1. I don't qualify for exemption - what can I do to offset my taxes?
2. Can I pay my property taxes with a credit card?
3. How are property taxes calculated?
4. How is my property value determined?
5. Who sets the assessment rate?
6. Who sets the mill levy?
7. Can I appeal my property taxes to the Assessor?