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The taxable value (assessed value) of your property is a percentage of its actual value. For residential improved property (residential property with a livable improvement on it) that percentage is 7.15% (or .0715). For all other real and personal property, the percentage is 29% (or .29). The State Legislature is responsible for setting these percentages and does so each reappraisal or odd-numbered year; i.e., 2017, 2019, 2021.
Follow these simple steps to compute your taxes:
1. Actual Value X Assessment Percentage = Assessed Value
2. Assessed Value X Mill Levy = Estimated Taxes
For Instance: The Actual Value of your improved residential property is: $ 400,000 The residential assessment percentage is x .0715 So, your Assessed Value is: $ 28,600 The Mill Levy of your Tax Area is: x .04294 So, your estimated taxes are: $ 1,228.00
You can find you tax area by finding the approximate location of your property on the
You find your current Mill Levy by looking at right hand side of the current
Questions regarding your taxes can be answered by the San Miguel County Treasurer’s Office. Their number is: 970-728-4451.
Tax bills are sent out no later than the last business day of January of each year. For questions concerning your taxes, please call the Treasurer’s Office at 970-728-4451.
Full payment of taxes can be made by April 30, or half payments can be made by February 28 and June 15. For questions concerning your taxes, please call the Treasurer’s Office at 970-728-4451.