Subdivision Paving

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The Issue

Boulder County formed a Subdivision Paving Local Improvement District (LID or “District”) in 2013 in order to address the reconstruction of nearly 150 miles of paved roads in 118 unincorporated subdivisions. On July 25, 2014, a Boulder District Court judge invalidated the LID and ordered that all property assessments be refunded to property owners within the District.
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The Boulder County Treasurer has refunded all 2014 LID assessments back to property owners. Each property now shows a VALUE of ZERO ($0.00) under the line item “Subdivision Paving District LID Special Assessment” on the property tax bill.

Withdrawal and Release of Liens was filed on July 31, 2014 serving as public notice that all liens created under the LID are withdrawn and released by order of court. We have notified title companies and mortgage companies of these changes.

If you wish to contact your mortgage company to request a readjustment in your monthly escrow amount, we've provided an Escrow Readjustment Request Form (or letter) that can be sent/faxed/emailed along with a current copy of your property tax statement.To view/print an updated copy of your property tax statement, use the Look-Up Property function on the Treasurer's website. Unfortunately, Boulder County cannot contact mortgage companies on your behalf due to privacy issues. 

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